Insulation is easy to explain. For instance, a drink cooler uses a uniform level of thickness for the insulation that goes into the cooler, and that insulation helps to ensure that sizzling foods stay sizzling hot and chilly drinks stay chilly, but with a common household, the insulation will vary based on where it is installed! When placing insulation in the walls between supports, fiberglass is most commonly used due to how well priced it is! However, in the attic space, you might find a type of insulation known as loose-fill insulation that is made of cellulose… This is more suitable for the attic and top of the home because it allows the installer to place as much insulation into the attic as needed! Regardless of the type of insulation, the presence of the insulation is most important to ensure a home isn’t being cooled or warmed by an air conditioner or oil furnace for no reason. Without standard insulation, a home will quickly lose the interior temperature as it leaks out of the home as well as becomes overwhelmed by the outside temperature. That’s why the garage can be one of the hottest places in the summer, plus coldest in the winter! With the big garage door taking up almost an entire wall of the garage, only 3 quarters of the garage is actually insulated. That’s also why you should think twice before installing a portable heating as well as an air conditioning component in the garage area.