Don’t Let Your Cooling Cost Go Threw The Roof
Proper insulation is important any time of year!
Does your home need more insulation? Unless your home was constructed to 2009 energy efficiency code, adding insulation will probably reduce your utility bills. Older homes are likely to use more energy than newer homes due to the lack of code and knowledge when constructed. Resulting in higher heating and air-conditioning bills.
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(42%) of your home energy escapes threw the attic!
Adding windows or insulation in your home qualifies you for a
Federal Tax Credit equal to 10% of the material cost of insulation (up to $500)*.
Heating and cooling account for 50 to 70% of the energy used in the average American home. Inadequate insulation and air leakage are leading causes of energy waste in most homes. Insulation:
- saves money and continues saving money every month
- makes your house more comfortable by helping to maintain a uniform temperature throughout the house, and
- makes walls, ceilings, and floors warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer providing an stable living environment.
The amount of energy you conserve will depend on several factors: your local climate; the size, shape, and construction of your house; the living habits of your family; the type and efficiency of the heating and cooling systems; and the fuel you use. Once the energy savings have paid for the installation cost, energy conserved is money saved – and saving energy will be even more important as utility rates go up.