06 Jun You Can Decrease Your Utility Bills
We all are looking for ways to go green and cut costs. How to decrease utility bills?
Of course it all depends on the condition of your house. Generally speaking, reducing air leakage by air sealing, insulating your home, and replacing or improving your heating systems can definitely help reducing your bills.
Gaps and cracks in your home’s traditional insulation can lead to air leaks that make your home an energy hog. Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) turns your home into an energy efficient and comfortable living space while helping you save money each month.
Did you know?
- More than 40% of a home’s energy loss due to air leakage is through its walls, floors and roof. Eliminating air leaks with spray foam insulation can reduce monthly heating and cooling costs.
- Upgrading HVAD to energy efficient systems can save you up to $200 on energy bills every year.
- With a reduced load requirement, HVAC sizing can be reduced as much as 35% without the loss of efficiently and comfort.
- High R-value spray foam insulation fills and seals gaps in walls, ceilings, crawlspaces, around detailing, light fixtures and electrical outlets.
- Energy Star estimates that by adding high performance insulation and sealing air leaks, you could save up to 20% on monthly energy bills.
- Government and utility tax credits, rebates and other incentives can save you even more.
- The Appraisal Journal says energy efficient upgrades can increase home value by $20 for every $1 reduction annual utility bills.