Basement Waterproof Paint Insulation

Jun 18th

Basement waterproof paint – Insulating your basement can keep more of your home heating inside and cut down on energy bills. Proper insulation will also keep air and moisture out of the basement, and prevent mold mildew buildup. Replacing basement insulation is a job that can be done without having to call in an expensive contractor.

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Use a large utility knife to cut out the existing insulation from between the studs in the walls. Check the area for moisture or cracks in the foundation wall. You do not want water leaking into the insulation in your basement waterproof paint. Over time, this will be unhealthy mold and mildew to build up. Use caulk to seal all openings where the home’s electrical wiring, valves or pipes connecting to the cellar. For extra protection, you can paint the walls with basement waterproof paint before installing new insulation.

Measure the height and width of each wall so that you know how much insulation you need. Fiberglass insulation is sold in large rolls that can be cut to size when you take it home. When buying insulation, watch R-value. These measures the amount of heat insulation can block. Measure the distance between the wall studs so that you know what size to cut each panel of insulation. Roll out the insulation in your garden or other open space.  Cut sheets of glass with a large utility knife or scissors.

Slide each insulation panel in the space between wall studs. Secure the edges of the panels to the studs with a staple gun. Inspect insulation for rips or tears. Cover any problem areas or seams between panels with duct tape.