TAP Insulation is an innovative product that combines eco-friendly insulation and a borate-based product to ward off pests in homes and buildings. This insulation is made for both new and existing structures and can be easily laid over accessible insulation. Let’s take a look at the many benefits to choosing this type of insulation for your home and the differences it can make.
Benefits of TAP Insulation Include:
Money Savings – It’s estimated that 65% of American homes are under-insulated. With less insulation, heat escapes from the home and cold enters it, which means you may have difficulty keeping your home comfortable. When this happens, we crank up the heat, resulting in energy loss and costly bills.
TAP Insulation will lock in the heat, ward off the cold and keep your home comfortable. You’ll see this in your lowered utility bills each month, which is always a welcoming change.
Noise Reduction – Not only does TAP reduce noise from the outside, which is especially helpful if you live in a condo or townhome, but it also reduces noise from within the home. Think about how great it would be to not hear every toilet flush or appliance run from every room in the home.
Eco-Friendliness – Everyone wants to do their part to protect the environment, but you also want your home to be safe and healthy, and TAP will help you accomplish this. The product wards off insects, which keeps your home safer, but it’s also made from recycled paper products and is one of the greenest building products in the world. There is no waste, and the insulation reduces your home’s carbon footprint. Plus, TAP is the only product that is Energy Star rated and proven to repel pests.
Efficient – Compared to traditional insulation, TAP has 32% more efficiency and it outperforms other insulation types on noise and thermal qualities. It is made from 85% recycled paper products, and it relies on boric acid to do the job of controlling pests, which is low-toxic for animals and humans. With TAP, you’re accomplishing so many things with one product, while offering yourself long-term benefits of saving money, saving energy and reducing the number of creepy crawly pests around the home.