In The Summer,
And Warmer In The Winter
What is home insulation?
Insulation blocks heat from entering the home in the summer and holds heat in during the winter.
It’s a thermally resistant barrier which inhibits the migration of thermal energy into and out of the house. The results are a cooler home in the summer, warmer home in the winter, and lower energy bills.
It’s that simple and it really works.
Insulation is so effective that its cost is often paid for through energy savings in less than a year…and with the rising cost of natural gas and electricity, savings may come even sooner!
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Made from rapidly renewable organic materials rather than petroleum-based chemicals commonly used in other insulation products, ECOSE Technology reduces binder embodied energy by up to 70%, and does not contain phenol, formaldehyde, acrylics or artificial colors used to make traditional fiberglass insulation.
EcoBatt™ Insulation doesn’t look like any insulation you’ve ever seen, but that’s because its natural brown color represents a level of sustainability never before achieved.The color comes from ECOSE™ Technology, a revolutionary, new sustainable binder born from five years of intensive research.
How Home Insulation Works:
During the summer the suns powerful rays radiate down onto our homes, the roof and walls heat up and the temperature in the attic can rise to nearly 170 degrees.
This heat enters the home and causes things to become quite warm and uncomfortable. You then have two choices….turn on the air conditioning and watch the electric meter spin, or suffer with the heat. Homeowners often complain of an air conditioning system that runs all day and never cools the house below 80 degrees.
This is typical of a poorly insulated home, the heat is entering the home at about the same rate as your air conditioning can cool it.
The solution is to reduce the heat-load and block the heat from coming into your home.
Insulation installed in your attic and walls will dramatically reduce the amount of heat entering your home; the house stays cooler longer into the day and the air conditioning, when it does come on, runs much less often.
So what can Insulation do for you?
A well insulated home means the air conditioning and furnace system work less often.
Besides saving money on heating and cooling bills, the air inside the house does not get processed and cycled as much through your HVAC system, which means the air does not get nearly as dried out.
Insulation also serves to reduce outside sound from entering the home.
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