Lower energy bills
Improved energy efficiency
Increased property value
Improved thermal performance
Enhanced sound insulation
Protect against moisture & damp
Increased energy efficiency
Improved sound insulation
Reduced carbon footprint
Poor insulation allows heat to escape through the walls.
Heat always flows from hotter to colder areas, and if the inside of the home is warmer than the outside, heat will escape through the walls.
Insulation works by reducing the transfer of heat through the walls.
The effectiveness of insulation is measured by its R-value, which indicates its resistance to heat flow.
If the insulation in a wall is old, damaged, or insufficient, it can allow heat to escape, which wastes energy and increases heating costs.
Poorly insulated walls can also cause drafts and cold spots, making a home less comfortable.
In addition to causing energy waste and discomfort, poor insulation can also lead to moisture problems, which can lead to mold growth and other issues.
To prevent heat loss through walls, it's important to ensure that walls are properly insulated and that any insulation is in good condition. This may involve adding insulation or replacing old or damaged insulation.
Other ways to improve insulation include sealing air leaks, using energy-efficient windows, and installing weatherstripping around doors and windows.
Improving insulation not only helps reduce energy waste and save money on heating bills, but it also contributes to a more comfortable and healthier home environment.
Reduces energy waste and lowers heating costs.
Increases home comfort by reducing drafts and cold spots.
Improves indoor air quality by reducing moisture and mold growth.
Enhances the durability of the home's structure by reducing moisture damage.
Increases the resale value of the home.
Helps to reduce noise from outside.
Reduces the carbon footprint of the home by using less energy.
Provides a better living environment by maintaining a consistent temperature throughout the home.
Increases the overall energy efficiency of the home.
Provides a good return on investment by reducing energy costs over time.