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Thermal insulation


Thermal Insulation can help to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The requirement of home insulation may depend on the climate, building design, energy costs, personal choice, and budget.
In cold climates, the main aim of house insulation is to prevent the flow of heat out of the building. Heat can leave the building envelope through the windows, walls, and roof. It can also be lost due to the infiltration of air.
In hot climates, the biggest source of heat is solar radiation, which can enter the building through the windows, or by heating the shell of the building.
More than half the energy used in a home in the United States may be accounted for by heating or cooling. Effective thermal insulation can help to reduce the energy requirements of heating and cooling systems considerably.
If you don’t have adequate building insulation, you can reduce high heating and air conditioning costs by adding more of it. If you add more residential insulation, you can benefit from lower utility bills for as long as you live in the home, and can also hope for a better resale value.
It may be best to seek the advice of an insulation contractor, because it is important to choose the right type of insulation materials and to install them correctly.
Over time the savings in energy expenses will pay for the insulation cost, and the benefits will increase as utility rates rise.
It pays to obtain at least three quotes from licensed and insured insulation contractors. Make sure that the service providers have the necessary qualifications and experience, and call up references to find out about their past performance.
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