Enjoy improved home comfort and lower energy bills throughout the year by considering the many benefits that come from having additional insulation installed in the Piedmont Triad area.
When your HVAC system switches on, the air it releases through your ductwork should be tightly held inside your home’s building envelope to maintain a comfortable temperature. While this is optimal in theory, lack of insulation or no insulation altogether allows heated or cooled air to escape your home, leaving you with unevenly heated or cooled rooms, higher-than-necessary energy bills, and reduced home comfort.
At Energy Works, we want to complete a full assessment of your home in Greensboro, North Carolina to determine where air leakage occurs and to identify what areas could benefit from additional insulation. Adding more insulation, depending on your priorities, can be part of a full-scale plan to significantly enhance your home’s energy efficiency or a one-time project to improve your home’s overall comfort.
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Watch out for these signs of inadequate insulation in your home.
Two areas where we often recommend putting additional insulation include attics and crawlspaces. Since these areas are essentially the highest and lowest points of a home, they are a property’s last defense against air leakage. By adding more insulation, your home will be in a better place to contain heated or cooled air and keep your home at a consistent, comfortable temperature for longer.
Enjoy improved home comfort and lower energy bills throughout the year by considering the many benefits that come from having additional insulation installed. Reach out to us at Energy Works today to discuss your options for enhancing your home’s energy efficiency and to schedule your initial energy assessment.
At Energy Works, we offer insulation services in the Piedmont Triad area, including Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Advance, Burlington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, and Clemmons, North Carolina.