attic insulation

As a homeowner, you are always interested in money-saving ideas that reduce your monthly bills, especially if it can be done easily and without a lot of overhead expense. The good news is there’s a simple solution that will greatly reduce your monthly utility bills while increasing your home’s value – attic insulation. This weekend DIY project will offer immediate improvements in your overall comfort level as well as saving hard-earned cash in your wallet.

Lower Utility Bills

Attic insulation reduces the amount of heat energy that escapes from your living spaces into the attic in the winter, and which is conducted downward from a hot attic in the summer. With proper attic insulation, your HVAC system works less to maintain an even temperature throughout your home. A unit that runs less, uses less energy. This is a great way to reduce seasonal utility costs.

Maintain a Constant Temperature

A home that’s well insulated, whether in the attic, walls, basement or ceilings, will hold its heat much longer, which translates in more consistent heating in the winter. In the summer, it will resist the outside heat from infiltrating into home longer. You’ll feel fewer drafts, and the comfort improvement will be noticeable. But remember proper insulation should be combined with air sealing, so that your efforts aren’t compromised by warm air entering the home through cracks and gaps in the summer, and escaping in the winter.

Increase Home Value

One of the simplest and most cost-effective home improvement projects you can undertake is installing attic insulation in your home. Homes that are deemed energy efficient have a much greater resale value than those that are not. This is because buyers understand the savings realized through that efficiency. For a fraction of the cost of other improvement projects, you can potentially add thousands of dollars to your market value.

For more information about attic insulation and other energy-saving tips in the greater Tampa area, contact us today at Senica Air Conditioning, Inc., Inc.

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