Fall Is The Ideal Time To Upgrade Your Insulation

October 25, 2016 adamb@evidently.com

 

Now that fall is here, you may be noticing that your home’s a bit more chilly earlier in the morning. Maybe the floor is too cold to walk around barefoot in, or you need a sweater if you’re up late. Fall is actually a great time to upgrade your home’s traditional insulation to a more effective solution like spray foam insulation, such as that available from  Icynene.

You may be wondering, “Why should I use spray foam insulation?” While there are many reasons to upgrade to foam insulation like Icynene, one of the main reasons is its ability to create an effective air barrier wherever it is applied. Thanks to the way that Icynene spray foam expands just seconds after application, it’s able to fill gaps and tiny holes that traditional insulation might not be able to reach. This can help reduce any cold spots or drafts your home may have, helping to make it more comfortable for everyone in your family.

As well as reducing drafts, if you’re wondering how to reduce heating bills as the winter approaches, upgrading to Icynene is an ideal way to do so, thanks to the air barrier it creates, as mentioned above. With air loss out of your home significantly minimized, your HVAC unit won’t be forced to compensate for cooler air coming in, or warm air escaping. In fact, you can earn back the investment you made in Icynene spray foam insulation in as little as three years.

Find a licensed Icynene spray foam insulation contractor in your area to find out more reasons to choose Icynene.

 

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