Baby it is cold outside!
It is the deep of winter and now is the time when you may start to notice cold drafts and areas in your house where that seem to be colder than other rooms. So jut how comfortable is your house? If you feel cold you
Now is a good time to take a close look. inspect all the doors and windows and feel for drafts and potential cold spots. If you touch the outside walls of your house and they feel significantly colder than the interior air temperature, you may have a problem.
All drafts and cold spots indicate the you are losing heat during the winter, and spending more than you need to to heat your house. It also indicates that in the heat of the summer you are also paying too much to cool your house.
If you are concerned about saving on your energy bills and improving the comfort level in your house, give us a call one of our foam master insulation installers would be glad to come by, look at your situation and discuss how we can help you make your home more comfortable and save money at the same time.
If you live in an older house, chances are as much as 50% of your heating and cooling bills can be attributed to air leakage. Even in newer construction with traditional insulation, you could be throwing away hundreds of dollars a year!Now, with rising energy prices, your utility bills are being driven through the roof. All that wasted money, and it’s not even buying you comfort!
Foam Comfort uses the most up to date Spray Foam Insulation equipment while incorporating the latest technologies and application procedures. We specialize in meeting or exceeding the thermal efficiency expectations for the homeowner and builder alike. Whether it’s new construction, renovation, or improving the existing insulation properties of your home or business, Spray Foam Insulation applied by Foam Comfort will give you a stronger, healthier, and more energy efficient home or business compared with old insulation techniques.
So give us a call and we will be glad to show you have to save some money and keep warmer on these long cold winter days.