In an effort to make sure you get the right insulation, I went ahead and ran the numbers on the various insulation brands out there.
The most popular brands on the market today have all been found to be a good fit for the majority of people.
I then took the time to rank the insulation ratings of all the homes on the internet, to make it easier to find the best for you.
Here’s what we found:If you want the best insulation for your home, you should buy the highest quality product possible.
That includes the best brand.
I took the insulation rating from the highest rated product and used it as the metric for my calculations.
You can see the results below.
For most of the houses in this list, I used the same ratings as the manufacturer’s site, but some were rated higher.
The lowest rated products had the highest insulation ratings.
The highest rated products were listed with the lowest ratings.
Here are some additional notes and disclaimers:For the sake of clarity, I’m using the term “best insulation” as opposed to “best value.”
This is because some of the cheaper and more commonly used insulation brands are more expensive than the best products.
The insulation ratings for each product are based on the manufacturer and the insulation materials used, not the insulation’s actual performance.
For example, a 4-year-old’s home insulation rating would be different than a 2-year old’s insulation rating, as a 4 year-old is still growing.
I also don’t recommend purchasing an “average” home insulation product.
While the insulation in these products might be good, it’s unlikely to be the best available.
Also, if you want to buy the best quality insulation for you, I suggest buying the cheapest possible product.
The best products are still better than nothing, but it’s not guaranteed.
For the purposes of this article, we’ll use the same brand as the one I’ve listed in the infographic above.
I used a 4.5-foot diameter aluminum-cored foam insulation that has a rating of 14.8 pounds per square foot.
I used the lowest rated insulation product (12.5 pounds per sq. foot) and the highest rating (14.8).
I then weighted these ratings by the average home insulation ratings in the U.S. According to the U, that means a 3-year olds home insulation rated at 14.7 pounds persq.
foot would be better than a 12-year’s home insulated at 14 pounds persquare foot.
(See the “Home Insulation Ratings” section below for more details on home insulation.)
I have included links to a number of sources for all of the home insulation information I found.
Please be aware that some of these materials are not as easy to find as others.
If you have questions or comments about the materials listed above, please feel free to contact me.
As a disclaimer, I have not tested all of these products.
However, I’ve used the information I’ve found in the most reliable source, the website rated by HomeInsuranceRating.com.
You should always read the information from HomeInsulationRating.org.