Five Reasons to Think Differently About Insulation

Home insulation may not be fun, but more money in your pocket is. That’s why I put together this video. Watch and see how your ideas about home insulation change. For more insulation alternatives, see Steve’s article in the Winter 2018 issue of Harrowsmith Magazine on newsstands now, or subscribe. Steve Maxwell Steve Maxwell and […]

Home insulation may not be fun, but more money in your pocket is. That’s why I put together this video. Watch and see how your ideas about home insulation change.

For more insulation alternatives, see Steve’s article in the Winter 2018 issue of Harrowsmith Magazine on newsstands now, or subscribe.

Steve Maxwell
Steve Maxwell

Steve Maxwell and his wife Mary live on a 90-acre modern homestead on Manitoulin Island, Ontario in a stone house they built with local materials beginning in 1985. Steve is Canada’s longest-running home improvement and how-to columnist and editor of Home and Property. He divides his time working on the land, building things large and small, and creating articles and how-to videos that teach sustainable, self-reliant, hands-on living skills. Steve’s website, Bay Line Road, is named after the rural road where he and Mary live with their five kids.

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Posted on Friday, December 21st, 2018
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