How Does Home Insulation Work to Keep Your Home Cool?

Posted on on June 17th, 2015

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMany homeowners will be cranking up the A/C this summer, but without good home insulation, you could be wasting energy and money trying to keep your home cool.

Home insulation plays an important role in keeping your home comfortable during the summer months.  Here are a few of the ways that your home insulation will work to keep your home cool this summer.

How Home Insulation Cools:

  • It Fills Cracks and Gaps – Home insulation fills cracks and gaps in the walls of your home.  This helps keep warm air outside during the summer months, and cool, conditioned air indoors.
  • It Provides a Barrier – Home insulation provides an extra barrier between the interior of your home and the air outside.  This means that your home will be more energy efficient because less air will be passing through the walls, attic, and ceiling of your home.

You can also learn more about how insulation will keep your home cool this summer by calling our office at 203-297-6337.  Our professional technicians are happy to answer any questions you have about improving the energy efficiency of your home.

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"Excellent . The Estimator showed up 2 minutes before the appointed time & after a quick 20-minute survey of the exterior of the house, was able to give me a written estimate. The rest of the job was conducted in similar fashion. The installation crew showed up on time, were competant & courteous & completed job on time. When completed, I was asked to walk the job to make sure the cleanup was acceptable. Not enough "cold" time has gone by for me to comment on the reduction in heating costs but as for the work, this outfit gets my unqualified recommendation."

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