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Closet Organization Tips

Whether you’re remodeling your home or just want to organize your space, your closet has a lot of potential. Have a lot of old clothes and shoes in your closet that are cluttering the space? After deciding what should stay and what needs to go, it’s time for the fun part!

Do You Need More Attic Insulation?

As one of the biggest sources of energy loss, the attic is an important place to insulate. Do you have enough attic insulation? If you don’t, or you aren’t sure, it’s time to call a local insulation company. Why wait? It’s summertime and you’re probably looking for ways to lower your cooling bill! Insulation is one of the best ways to gain long-term energy savings

How Much Does Insulation Save?

The main reasons most people install insulation are the high energy efficiency and savings it offers. The best answer to “how much does insulation save?” is “it depends.” Exact estimates are hard to make, but there are tools online that can help you figure out approximately how much money you can save by insulating—and of course, you can always talk to a local insulation company

When to Replace Gutters

It’s that time of year again—the flowers are blooming and temperatures are nice, but springtime also means it’s time to inspect your gutters! Ideally, you should inspect them twice a year, in the spring and once again in the fall.

Not only do old gutters look bad, but they also can undermine your energy efficiency efforts by increasing the risk of basement leaks and other moisture issues. Gutters are an important part of your roofing, helping protect your home against leaking, foundation problems, mold growth and more. This is why timely gutter replacement is essential!

New Construction Insulation vs. Retrofit Insulation

You may have heard the terms “new construction insulation” and “retrofit insulation,” especially if you’re building a new home, remodeling or looking for ways to make your home more energy-efficient. An insulation company like ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation will be able to set you straight on the difference between new construction insulation and retrofit insulation.

Insulation in New Homes

Are you building a new home? You’ve probably thought of all the exciting things such as countertops, furniture, windows, etc. Insulation, while not as exciting, is one of the most important parts of building a new home.

How to Tell When it’s Time to Re-Insulate

Do you know if you need to re-insulate your home? You probably answered “no,” which is normal—most homeowners don’t have the necessary tools and expertise to figure out their insulation needs. This is where professional insulation companies like ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation can help!

Cellulose vs. Fiberglass Insulation

You’ve probably heard of both fiberglass and cellulose insulation, especially if you’re getting ready to insulate a new home or re-insulate your home. Many people aren’t sure what makes these two types of insulation different. Fiberglass and cellulose insulation both can be blown into wall cavities, and they have similar characteristics (soundproof, environmentally friendly, etc.). However, they also have a few major differences

Products We Install

Our team installs both batt and blown-in fiberglass insulation.


Help prevent mold and excessive moisture infiltration in homes you build with our waterproofing services.


At Thermaseal / Lakeside Insulation, we understand the role a floor plays within a building system by controlling sound and fire.

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