Retrofitting an EXISTING HOUSE
Tired of high gas & electricity bills? Do you have a bonus area or 2nd level that just won’t cool in the summer and feels like the outdoors in the winter? Retrofitting your home with SPRAY FOAM INSULATION can help solve these problems.
Air Leakage has a significant impact on energy bills, due to the lost heat and air conditioning depending on the season. The “leakier” the home, the larger the wasted dollars. As you can image, older homes are often very leaky and could significantly benefit from sealing them with spray foam insulation.
However, newer homes can be leaky too. This is because the minimum building standards do not require excellent insulation, and fiberglass batts and blown fiberglass in the attic are very poor insulation choices when it comes to stopping and preventing air leakages. There are many newer homes in our area for example, that have a bonus room that owners can newer seem to cool down regardless of how low they set the thermostat. This is most often the result of poor insulation rather than an issue with the HVAC unit.
Spray foam insulation can improve these existing homes by sealing your attic space and significantly reducing the leakage of conditioned air from your house. This results in energy bill savings, better comfort in the home, and better indoor air quality.
Contact Us today to learn about retrofitting your existing home with Spray Foam Insulation. You won’t regret the decision to make the investment, as it will pay for itself in no time while making your home more enjoyable.