If your home is not properly insulated or your insulation has been damaged, you may be paying thousands of dollars more in energy costs every year.
The purpose of insulation is to regulate the flow of heat inside of your home, keeping the temperature in one space from leaking into the other. Inadequate insulation can result in higher energy bills along with uncomfortable temperatures in your home.
Proper insulation installation in your home can dramatically reduce your heating and cooling costs. In the winter it will retain your home’s warmth, and in the summer it will keep your house cooler.
Insulation is measured by R-values. R-value measures insulation’s ability to reduce the rate of heat flow from one space to another, aka thermal resistance. The higher the “R” value, the more effective the insulation.