Insulation is critical in order to regulate home temperatures. Without it, keeping a comfortable temperature during the winter and summer months may be almost impossible or may cost you a literal fortune in hvac costs. Out of all the areas in your house that should be insulated, we wanted to cover three of the most important ones and the roles that they carry.
While being on the first floor of a house, you probably wouldn’t directly feel it if cool air was rushing in during the winter. What you would realize is your heating bill starting to climb just to combat with all that wasted heat. Heat rises and without proper attic insulation, you could be paying an arm and a leg to keep your house warm.
This one probably makes the most sense out of all of them! The exterior walls of your home absolutely need insulation because they are the barrier between inside and outside.
Unheated spaces with uninsulated flooring such as crawl spaces and garages are a places that cool air can easily sneak into your home. Draped foundation or spray foam can prevent air from seeping up and also reduces the chance of moisture and potentially mold from forming.
If you feel that your home is lacking proper insulation, if you are building an addition or if you are building a whole new house, be sure to reach out to Anderson Insulation of Maine for all your needs. We work with the most popular insulation materials and brands in the business!
If you live in the South Eastern Maine area, please feel free to reach out. We can be contacted over the phone at 2017-653-0331 or through our online contact form.