1. Why Spray Foam Insulation Is In High Demand for Allergy Sufferers

    If you are an allergy sufferer, you know how miserable life can get when your allergies kick into high gear. A runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing are just the beginning. More severe symptoms can leave you with cold-like symptoms including fever, cough, and sinus infections. For anyone with breathing difficulties like asthma, allergies can be more than an illness or an inconvenience; they could a…Read More

  2. 5 Signs You Are Under-Insulated

    Even if your home is insulated, there is a good chance that it is still not sufficient. Unless you added insulation when you purchased or built your home, there is a 90 percent chance that it is not insulated enough. This is because the amount of insulation that is required according to code is not actually enough to comfortably cool or heat your home, and most builders are not going to go above a…Read More

  3. What Do I Do About Pests in My Insulation?

    It is common for insects and other pests to infest your attic. Once you have exterminated the problem, you may be under the impression that your work here is done. However, if the pests infested your insulation, in order to ensure that your have fully eradicated the problem, you must remove your current insulation and replace it. In the event of a pest infestation in your insulation, Paulsen Insul…Read More

  4. Protecting Your Home From The Dangers of Mold

    Mold is a term that applies to a variety of unwanted fungi that grow both indoors and outdoors. Mold exposure can pose several problems for you and your family’s health, and may also cause damage to your home. Therefore, it is imperative that you educate yourself about the dangers of mold and what you can do prevent it. In this blog, we will give you some tips for preventing mold growth in your …Read More

  5. Insulating New Jersey

    It is fall in pre-colonial New Jersey and the weather is much like it is in contemporary times. The chill is beginning to creep into the wigwam in the dark mornings. The Lenape Native who lived here probably grumbled and rolled over on his bear and beaver pelts for more warmth, instantly removing every stitch of covers from his wife. Elbowing him in the back she told him to put more sticks on the …Read More