Just by properly insulating your attic, you can significantly cut down on your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint!
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What you need to know
Heat can transfer in and out of your house through three different methods: convection, conduction, and radiation. Convection is the most powerful and common way in which the inside currents launch the heat out of gaps in your home. When your walls have leaks and openings in them, the cold air will rush in to replace the warm air.
These drastically different temperatures meet each other in walls, roofs, and insulation, located at the exact place where temperature and humidity contacts the new air outside of your home. This is known as a “weatherization problem” if your walls and roofs, etc. are not able to handle this transfer and meeting point point.
How To Use This Information
Now, some air movement is a good thing, especially when stale air starts to stack up and get dry and musty in the winter time. But, that amount needs to be carefully monitored in cold winter months so you are not losing money left and right.
Heating an entire home can be an expensive undertaking, especially if your home is not properly sealed or insulated amid the blustery cold temperatures.
Here at Green Attic Insulation, we want you to save time and money, while sparing the environment in the process. That’s why we provide attic insulation services and consultations, helping you to pinpoint the major points of heat transfer out of your home and into the surrounding area. We help you to properly seal and insulate your home so your bill reflects immediate savings on the next pay period. Best of all, you and your family can enjoy nice, cozy, and warm temperatures at a price that is affordable.
3 Key benefits of insulating your basement“
- More Energy Efficient Home
- Sound Proofing
- Prevent Pipes Freezing
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