Insulating Your Home

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Fact Sheet

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Between 50% and 70% of the energy used in the average home is used for heating and cooling. Correcting air leakage and insufficient insulation can have a significant effect on your heating and cooling costs. For proper energy-efficiency, your home should be insulated from to to bottom, including: the attic, exterior walls, floors, and foundations. Download this fact sheet to learn more about adding insulation, which insulation type is right for the area, and how to choose a contractor when needed.

  • uninsulated walls
  • meeting the R-value
  • areas where insulation is often needed
  • choosing a contractor

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