Philippines Insulation Contractors

With an end to summer's heat in sight, we can finally look forward to the cooler, more pleasant days of autumn. But before you're lulled into a prewinter complacency, now's a great time to look at your home's Philippines insulation contractors needs.  

* Attics: Look between the ceiling joists of heated rooms. If there's little or no insulation present, you definitely need some. Be sure to allow insulation to keep its Philippines insulation contractors intended thickness by covering joists with plywood or elevating objects with shelving.

* Crawlspaces: Just as ceilings need insulation, so do floors. Verify.that there's insulation between the floor joists of your living spaces (you may need a flashlight to do this). While you're down there, make sure you have some sort of vapor barrier (usually a clear plastic sheet) covering Philippines insulation contractors the exposed ground. This will keep moisture from deteriorating your joists and insulation material.

* Exterior walls: These areas are probably the most difficult to examine, because you have to look inside a wall for proof. To do this, find a closet or other hidden area that backs an exterior wall. Keep in mind that any damage done to interior finishes, such as gypsum drywall or plaster, will require patching and repainting.

If you're not up to performing this test, look in the Yellow Pages for insulation contractors. Many companies offer free estimates. Also, professionals can identify the amount of insulation you have, determine how much you need, and install the appropriate materials with the correct Philippines insulation contractors R-values.

An insulation's R-value represents its effectiveness for keeping heated air outside during summer and inside in winter. Based on thickness and density, the higher the R-value the better the performance. Simply put, insulation with an R-30 rating is a better heat-flow barrier than one rated R-11. So why not install R-30 insulation everywhere? Well, for one thing, a better rating Philippines insulation contractors means a higher price.

Secondly, it's possible to overinsulate a home, particularly because different areas require different R-values. "Even with proper insulation, houses need room to breathe; don't pack it too tightly," explains Buddy Berry, owner of American Insulation and Energy Services. Also, Philippines insulation contractors Buddy is a great believer in formaldehyde-free insulation, which emits far less fumes than other types.


For more info about Philippines insulation contractors;


(For Manila and surrounding)
American Design Construction
#92 Ordoņez St. corner Maroon St.
Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
(For Cebu, Bohol, Negros, Leyte)
ET & p Design & Construction
#888 Katugasan, Casili
Consolacion, Cebu
(For Baguio and surrounding)
RA Gacoscos Construction
#99 Greenwater Village
Baguio City, Philippines
See website
(For Davao / Mindanao)
Raul G. Anuada (Realtor & Civil Engineer)
Unit 162, 16/F Landco PDCP Corporate Center
J.P. Laureal Ave., Bajada
Davao City



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