3 Products to Keep Your Family Safe and Secure

Home Insulation and Fire Protection

Stay safe when installing insulation — be sure to wear gloves and a long-sleeve shirt. A mask and safety glasses are useful, too.

There are so many benefits to using Rockwool ComfortBatt, and installation is a breeze. All you need is a bread knife to make any necessary cuts to the insulation.

Once in position, Rockwool immediately starts protecting your home. Its mineral wool can save your family in the event of a fire. The insulation can withstand temperatures exceeding 1,800º F. This allows your family more time to escape and gives a bigger window of time for firefighters to arrive.

Rockwool also helps with the energy efficiency of your home. This translates into savings on your energy bill.

That’s not all, it also protects from mold, mildew, termites, and is even sound-absorbant.

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  1. I saw you on TV and was interested in the security camera shown. Found the pic on your site of the episode and that is as far as I could go. Clicked on the pic and nothing. Your site is useless and I won’t be back to waste more of my time.

    • Hi, Ray,
      Can you please elaborate on the security camera you would like more information about?
      We’re happy to help! 🙂

  2. What is the model name of the outdoor camera used in the garage makeover episode 11/24/18? Not finding it on the Cor website. Thanks!

  3. Hello! I have lived in a farmhouse located in rural southwest Minnesota over 25 years, by myself. Close to the South Dakota and Iowa border. Mainly farmland with few trees, the wind never seems to stop blowing making winter sometimes impossible to live here. I’ve had drifts in my front yard and driveway over twenty feet high! Needless to say, I continue to live here year after year. The people are good honest people, and everybody helps everyone in times of need. I like that. My problem is not really a problem, but an issue. You see, I am a single, rather good looking, smart, strong-willed, and physically strong, independent women. I have done most of ‘renovating’ and landscaping by myself. Now I’m dam near in my 60s, it is not quite as easy to do repairs needed, let alone keep up with modern technology. For instance, I still run off a fuse box, were 4 screw in fuses run most of my farmhouse, along with 2 of the old tube type fuses. Are there contractors or people in the US that actually help update farm places, without costing thousands upon thousands of dollars and ripping me off? Hey, maybe I’m a candidate for some show out there!


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