Insulating New Construction buildings
"Saunders Insulation is your Tri-State Insulation Specialist
making a difference that you can see and feel"
During new construction Saunders Insulation Specialists has the capabilities to insulate with fiberglass batts, blow-in-blanket system (BIBS), spray foam insulation and spray cellulouse insulation.
- We use a higher
density grade insulation...
foam all holes through both
top and bottom plates to stop
all air penetrations in walls
and floor joists...
beside the electrical
boxes and plumbing pipes...
- Foam seal all holes
and gaps in cold air returns...
- Put a proper vent
in between every rafter freeze
blocking with R19 when able to...
- Double stuff all
windows with fiberglass to seal
- Higher valued performance
material for good sound control...
Your wine Cellar can be placed anywhere in your home, but the location that you choose will have a future impact on the cost of maintaining your cellar.
A wine cellar should be placed in the coolest and most humid place in your home. The closer you are to the 55°-58° F temperature and 55-75% humidity that your wine will need, the smaller size cooling unit you will need and the lower the overall cost will be. The heat gain calculation for your wine cellar takes into consideration the surrounding environment that will affect the wine cellar. If the surrounding environment has an average yearly temperature of 85°, compared to an average temperature of 65° then you will have to purchase a larger cooling unit in order to maintain proper conditions. A dry environment will also require a more frequent introduction of humidity.
If you are constructing a wine cellar in your new home, you should consider Saunders Insulation services to install the maximum amont of thermal protection for your prized bottles of wine. Foam insulating your wine cellar can also help controlling the humidity.
We completely foam insulate all of the surrounding walls and ceiling around your room to give you maximum R-Value.
seals around electrical boxes preventing drafts from entering
Insulation is carefully fitted around electrical boxes
Foam installed around electrical boxes to seal wiring & hold the box in place
Wires passing to outside surfaces are sealed to prevent cold air infiltrating
Electrical boxes in the attic are foam insulated as well
Insulation is fitted behind plumbing within walls to control outside air infiltration