Is Your Cottage Poorly Insulated? Foam Insulation Could Help

June 15, 2017 adamb@evidently.com

Is Your Cottage Poorly Insulated? Foam Insulation Could Help

Have you already opened your cottage for the summer? Opening up the cottage always comes with a long “To Do” list that grows with each  year. Often, cottages aren’t built to last as long as homes, because they are used only for a short time of the year.  However, that can start to change with insulated foam, also known as spray foam insulation, like Icynene.

It may not seem economical to bother replacing your cottage’s existing insulation, since you don’t live there all year round. But what if Icynene insulated foam could help make your cottage livable during the cooler months? Extending the usability of your summer home, making it a fall home and an early spring home, will not only increase its market value, should you ever decide to sell, but it can mean making new memories. Thanksgiving at the cottage, or Easter, could be a wonderful experience for your entire family, without as much of the discomfort they might have felt before, due to drafts and cold spots in rooms.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to spend more time in such a special place?

Talk to a licensed Icynene spray foam insulation contractor in your area, to find out more reasons why Icynene is the best choice for your summer home, or your project.

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