Insulation is a product that protects the home from heat loss or gain. It provides both energy efficiency and comfort for homeowners, as well as adding value to homes in some cases. To date, insulation has been seen mostly through advertising campaigns featuring dramatic visuals of cold and hot houses—along with their costs: $2200 spent on heating every year versus only $800 spent on cooling per year. The advertisements make it seem like a no-brainer decision, but there are other factors to consider such as R-value which determines how effective an insulator will be.
Consumers may also desire more than just saving money; they want peace of mind too – knowing that their family’s health is protected by having adequate space and ventilation between two materials, like the insulation and drywall.
The benefits of installing an insulation upgrade may be more than just saving money on energy bills; it can have a positive impact on your family’s health too!
– Improve air quality in your home by creating a barrier between two materials like insulation and drywall
– Reduce allergy triggers that come from dust mites, pet dander or mold spores with improved ventilation
– Protect against noise pollution from outside sources such as traffic or neighbors using their television late at night when you are trying to sleep.