Earn Income in the Home Insulation Business

In the home insulation business, you can conserve energy while you earn over $30 an hour.



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Pouring a 30-pound bag of cellulose into the hopper of the blower.
ERIK V. ERIKSON
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The author (wearing a dust-proof mask) introduces fluffy insulating material into a customer's attic. Compared to walls, attics are one of the easier jobs in the home insulating business.
EARLENE KAY WISE
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 Faint outlines mark the holes through which the insulation was blown between the walls.
ERIK V. ERIKSON
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The author's father cuts access holes in the wall with a hole saw. It's important that there are no obstructions between the studs so that the cellulose can completely fill the space.
ERIK V. ERIKSON
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The author, blowing the cellulose insulation between the outer and inner walls of a house.
ERIK V. ERIKSON
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Measure carefully for storm windows.  
EARLENE KAY WISE
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An A-Frame window transporter (note the heavy-duty rubber snubbers). Storm windows and doors are a profitable sideline.
EARLENE KAY WISE
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Setting an aluminum storm window in place in front of the existing window.   
PHOTO: EARLENE KAY WISE
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Seal all around the frame with caulk.
EARLENE KAY WISE

















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