Slash heating and cooling bills
(NC)—In recent years, many of us have witnessed a steady increase in living expenses including utilities such as electricity and water. As these expenses are certain to continue climbing, homeowners are looking for innovative and sustainable ways to curb costs and live comfortably without compromising their lifestyle. One area where mounting bills can be noticeably reduced is heating and cooling.
Experts in the field say that homeowners can benefit from lower heating and cooling costs by using spray foam insulation since it instantly bonds to seal a building's envelope.
Properties of all shapes and sizes can benefit with long-term savings.
Spray foam insulation (like the innovative product developed by Icynene) quickly bonds to surfaces and seals cracks to limit air leakage. The results have helped homeowners save up to 50 per cent on monthly heating and cooling costs. The material also allows homeowners to maintain a constant, comfortable indoor air temperature with less energy demands on heating and air conditioning.
More information can be found at www.icynene.com.
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