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How to Insulate a Basement with Safety in Mind
By Carlo Morelli
Affordable Concrete Cutting Massachusetts cuts openings in basement floors for the installation and use of sump pumps to keep your basement dry. We also cut doorways and windows into concrete foundations for emergency egress.
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Learning how to insulate a basement properly not only saves money on energy bills, but also provides a welcome degree of comfort in that area of your home. But learning how to insulate a basement safely leaves some of us in the dark. Here are some tips on how to do so.
One important lesson in learning how to insulate a basement should be to always wear safety goggles, a dust mask, and protective clothing. Otherwise, particles of insulation can get into your hair, eyes, and nose, as well as irritate the skin. Wear shirts with long sleeves, long pants, work gloves, and at least a jacket or pullover that sports an attached hood. If working in unfinished areas with construction going on, always wear a hardhat to guard against getting bonked on the head with wood, pipe, or other falling objects. Rubber-soled shoes make the smartest footwear choice to avoid slips on wet surfaces. Protecting yourself with the proper attire and gear can save you from discomfort or even a trip to the doctor.
Another part of understanding how to insulate a basement includes learning about electricity. All power tools should be appropriately grounded and, when using them, make absolutely sure cords do not interfere with their operation. Watch out for frayed wiring in older homes and keep everything - including insulating materials - well away from the wiring until you've had a chance to repair it.
Do not smoke while you are learning how to insulate a basement. Many types of insulation materials are highly flammable. Smoking in an enclosed area, like a basement, also traps the smoke and causes even more damage to your lungs than smoking in a ventilated area. You are, in essence, re-inhaling secondhand smoke.
These are just a few ideas to keep in mind while learning how to insulate a basement. Plain old common sense goes a long way, however, and you should make sure yours is in top form. It's not that difficult to learn how to insulate a basement, but don't forget to keep your safety in mind, too!
Carlo Morelli writes for http://www.OnlineTips.org where you can read more on installing fiberglass insulation and choosing a fiberglass insulation type.
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Concrete core drilling is performed when precise, round holes in concrete are required. Holes 60 inches in diameter and even larger can be drilled to a limitless depth. Concrete core drilling is used for plumbing, electrical, and HVAC installations. Line core drilling is an effective method for removing almost any thickness of concrete where standard concrete cutting methods cannot be applied. Core holes are drilled in a series of overlapping holes in the concrete, allowing for one large piece of concrete to be removed.