Poor attic insulation will cost you money, and A LOTS of it.
A properly and correctly insulated attic could reduce heating and cooling costs by an average of *$600 per year. Proper insulation will as well make your home comfier and prolong the life of your HVAC system.
During winter, keeping your home warm is expensive. Heating oil prices have increased severely in most parts of the country over the past year, and the Department of Energy foresees that natural gas and heating oil prices will continue to increase. Unquestionably, you could dial down the thermostat and get used to wearing bulky sweaters at home to cut utility costs but, if your attic is incomplete or poorly insulated, installing proper insulation is one of the simplest means to keep a cover on your heating bill every winter.
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Poor Attic Insulation
Keller’s Best AC & Heater Repair uses advanced insulation products, such as white fiberglass, which is a JM product. HVAC insulation’s estimated costs are $1.20 to $1.50 per sq. ft., and the average cost to insulate an 800 sq. ft. attic is roughly $1080.00. If you factor in the average utility savings of $600 per year for a properly insulated home, it’s possible to recoup the attic insulation cost within two years!
If you’re not certain if you have a properly insulated attic, call Keller Best AC & Heater Repairs to schedule a check-up today!
You can as well go through a visual inspection to determine whether your attic is properly insulated. Just look across the area of your attic. If your insulation is just level with or under the ceiling joists, more insulation is required. If you can’t see any of the ceiling joists because of the insulation above them, you perhaps have sufficient, and adding extra is not any more cost-effective.