Every industry has its own myths and misconceptions, and the insulation industry is no exception. We clarified a few of the most common insulation myths we’ve heard in a previous post, so be sure to catch up on that information if you haven’t yet seen it. In today’s post, we’ll tackle a few more of the most common insulation myths we’ve heard over the years.
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More Insulation Myths Busted
Myth #1: Insulation Is Only Useful for New Homes
Many of Denver’s newest developments are being constructed with top-of-the-line insulation, but some of the area’s oldest homes are significantly under-insulated. Whether it’s in the attic, crawl space, or basement, investing in new insulation for any of the under-insulated areas of your home is always a good idea. Insulation Pros of Colorado offers free energy assessments, so why not take this opportunity to let us help you improve your home?
Myth #2: Insulation Is Only Good for Saving Energy
Don’t get us wrong — the energy you save by investing in an insulation installation can be significant, but there are several other benefits that come from installing new insulation. To start, you’ll almost certainly notice a reduction in environmental noise pollution, which is a welcome side effect for anyone with loud neighbors or a busy street nearby.
You may also see several other benefits, depending on where you install your new insulation. Investing in attic insulation, for instance, has the potential to reduce your home’s risk of developing ice dams and icicles.
Myth #3: It’s Difficult to Justify the Cost
Many homeowners aren’t sure that the cost of an insulation installation is worth it, but we’re here to tell you that they couldn’t be more wrong! In addition to reducing your energy bills, new insulation can be a great selling point for anyone looking to sell their home in the near future. Moreover, your local municipality may provide tax credits and other incentives that make your investment even more affordable!
Myth #4: Your Current Insulation Is Just Fine
While you may not notice significant energy loss in your home, the vast majority of homes could benefit from an insulation installation. Much like how your car could always benefit from an upgrade of some kind, there’s always room for improvement when it comes to your home’s insulation. Older homes were constructed using old and outdated insulation, while contemporary homes come with standard insulation packages that aren’t as efficient as they could be. No matter what your situation is, you have nothing to lose by contacting our insulation contractors for a free inspection!
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