How Insulation Keeps Your Home Warm During Winter

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  • Author Travis Suave
  • Published February 18, 2019
  • Word count 342

Winter is technically just under another month away, but in recent weeks many of us have begun feeling winter-like conditions across the state. First freezes have occurred, leaves have fallen, and some of us have even seen snow. Does your home feel colder than it should be even with winter approaching. Have you noticed that your energy bill is a bit higher than normal? If you’ve answered yes to either of these questions, chances are you may need more insulation for your home or to replace old and worn materials.

There are several benefits that you’ll notice when your home is properly insulated, some of which go beyond just the benefitting the room temperature of your home during colder months. We’ll touch on these below.

Increased Energy Efficiency

Let’s go back to that energy bill that you noticed is a bit higher than normal. Proper insulation will help prevent heat loss and increase the efficiency of your heating and air conditioning systems during the winter months. Your equipment will run more efficiently, bringing that bill back down, and also lessen the likelihood of equipment failure and the costly repairs associated.

Muffling of Sound

Ever have that feeling that your walls are paper thin? Maybe they are! Or maybe you just need more Insulation to help reduce the noise coming from outside your home and the other rooms inside. Parents, looking for a bit more peace when the door is closed and you’re trying to squeeze that Saturday afternoon nap? Take a look at your insulation today.

Reduction of Air Leakage

Proper insulation will reduce the amount of warm air leaking out of your home. You’ll stay warmer and it’s another thing that will help your HVAC system run more efficiently.

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