Insulating A Bathroom

Proper insulation will help keep your bathrooms a comfortable temperature year roundyear-round.

Bathroom projects need special consideration because of the humidity and moisture that bathrooms generate. When moisture becomes trapped in walls, mold and mildew can grow, damaging your home and presenting a potential health danger.

You can avoid these problems by installing insulation that offers excellent moisture-control properties. To minimize the possibility of vapor collecting under the insulation, a vapor retarder is generally installed (according to local codes). Learn more about the proper use of vapor retarders with this video clip.

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