Retro-fit Insulation Projects
May 06, 2014
What does it mean to be green? Why is one product better than another product? How much energy will I save by adding more insulation to my attic, basement, or walls? More importantly, how much money can I save?
These are all important questions to ask when making any home renovation decision. Home renovation can include retro-fitting a home with extra insulation. It is even possible to add insulation to existing walls. These renovations can result in significant savings - both in the winter and summer months - on heating and cooling costs.
Homes and buildings are built to a minimum code that is enforced by government and professional agencies. It is important to note that minimum code does not mean being green. However, home renovations such as retro-fit insulation projects can significantly increase your home's energy sustainability and significantly decrease your carbon footprint.
So, how do you know what retro-fit project is best for you and your home? How do you know what options you have given your specific situation? Ask us
At Great Northern Insulation, our Sales Staff can help advise and educate you on your options to make your home more energy efficient. Call us at any time. Our sales staff can visit your home, explain your retro-fit options, and provide you with a quote.
Why might you need a quote from a Sales Representative? There are many reasons. Do you find it uncomfortably hot inside? Are your cooling costs higher than they should be? Is your air conditioner working harder than it should? Do you have mold growing in your basement? Any of these issues could indicate an existing problem with insulation. If you experience any one of these problems, call us for a free in-home assessment and quote.
In the meantime, if you would like to do some extra research on the benefits of extra insulation, you can find a good resource here at CMHC's website. Happy reading