Most homes built before 1975 do not have insulation in the walls. Also, few homeowners are even aware that their home has empty walls. During the winter, insulated walls will serve to hold the heat in and prevent warmth from escaping. Once insulated, the walls won’t feel ice-cold and condensation/mold is significantly less likely to form. Wall insulation makes a huge difference in the comfort of a home. During the summer, wall insulation will reduce the amount of heat coming in through the walls and help contain the coolness of your home. The South & West facing walls are often referred to as the “hot walls”, the sun tends to bake on them causing the walls to be hot. These heated walls often tend to radiate heat into the home even well after sundown. Once insulated, the heat entering the home is dramatically reduced.
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This is a house that was built in 1958. Walls are 4″ thick and zero insulation. This is after Green Fiber Cellulose was put in the walls. The AC has been turned off for a day to run the test. Time of day was 4:30 pm and the outside temp was 96.1 degrees. As you can see there is a 40-degree difference between the outside wall and the inside wall. Less heat radiating through the walls means your heater and AC do not have to work as hard. 50% less heat load means 50% less on your utility bill.
Look at it this way, most people look hard and never find a safe investment that will return 40% to 50% on their investment, well this is it. This is a one-time procedure that consistently pays a dividend monthly for the rest of your life. The test above is something you can repeat yourself, or we can check this during our free inspection.