Install 2inch closed cell foil face R12 insulation. Spray foam all gaps to completely seal floor. 3/4 OSB subfloor. This insulation technique is "poor man" spray foam instal. Cost $400. Compared to $2,000 from pros. $1,500 just to show up.
Did you know that you can use bubble wrap to cut down on heating costs. This works as insulation in your home and also if you have a green house. It reflects back up to half the heat. If you're looking to save some money in heating cost, or if you are looking to enhance your survival garden greenhouse, bubble wrap is way to go.
Sill plates and rim joists are usually poorly insulated (if at all) and very leaky. So if you have an unfinished basement, grab some silicone or acrylic latex caulk to seal the sill plate. If you simply have fiberglass insulation stuffed against the rim joist, pull it out. Run a bead of caulk between the edge of the sill plate and the top of the foundation wall. Use expanding spray foam anywhere there are gaps larger than 1/4 in. between the sill and the foundation.