Escape the winter chill
(NC)—More Canadians are seeking a long-lasting insulation material in their homes that is both maintenance-free and can perform for the long-term without depreciation. With temperatures across the country below freezing during the winter, cold weather can cause many problems for those who lack adequate insulation. As the snow begins to melt away and spring arrives, consider this one-step solution:
Homeowners can maintain comfortable indoor air temperatures throughout the year by installing spray foam insulation, says industry expert, Icynene. It's an innovation that performs well in tough-to-reach areas within a home like spaces in the attic and basement. Unlike traditional materials such as cellulose and fibreglass, spray foam insulation can instantly seal air gaps and holes.
Once applied, homeowners will put less demand on heaters and air conditioners, while still maintaining comfortable indoor air temperatures and noticeably reducing energy expenses. This modern insulation material makes the unexplained indoor chill a thing of the past.
More information can be found at www.icynene.com.
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