If you think that insulation is only important when you are trying to keep your home warm, think again. Insulation is not just about keeping heat within your home, but also about keeping it out during the hot summer months. Insulation, after all, works in both directions in order to stop unwanted heat transfer. This means that subpar insulation will allow for too much heat transfer throughout the year, leaving your HVAC system struggling to heat and cool your home in an efficient, affordable manner.
Reduced Indoor Air Quality
No, it is not a primary function of insulation to protect the quality of the air in your home. With that being said, though, you should know that having too little insulation, or compromised insulation, in your home can actually allow your indoor air quality to suffer. This is because thin or damaged insulation can allow pollutants to easily pass through and enter your home.
Simply put, you need the right amount of insulation installed in your home if you hope to live comfortably throughout the year. We believe that you deserve to do so, and that you shouldn’t struggle to heat or cool your home evenly and successfully. Schedule your insulation services with us so that you can do just that.