The average American car now comes with about 60,000 pounds of insulation, but it could soon be as high as 300,000, according to a new report.
The American Insulated Products Association says more than 100,000 cars in the U.S. are now insulated, with more than 30,000 vehicles already certified as Insulated Vehicles.
In addition to cars, insulating products are used in a number of different products.
For instance, Insulated Power Line is used to line electrical wiring in homes, and insulated insulation for roofs and walls is used in building insulation and insulation on other buildings.
Insulated materials have long been a necessity for the home.
In fact, the U of A recently released a report that said insulation on homes has increased dramatically over the past 50 years, and many homes in America are now “over-insulated” to the point where their owners can no longer afford to pay for the necessary insulation.
And it seems some companies are even using the technology to help homeowners who are being asked to pay high insurance premiums.
The report also found that the average American household now pays an average of $4,600 in annual insurance premiums for insulating.
But insulating on the roof has become a much bigger expense for homeowners.
Insulation costs an average $4 per square foot of roof space, the report said.
And if the roof is insulated, it takes an average 8 hours to complete.