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Keep Conditioned Air in Your Home

Posted on AC Tips, Money Saving Tips, The Cooler Blog September 29, 2010

These days, it seems like everybody is looking to save money. One of the biggest monthly expenses for a lot of families and individuals is energy bills. It may seem odd, but making a one-time expenditure or two such as installing insulation or completing air sealing projects may be the best way to ultimately cut down on monthly energy bills.

If conditioned air is allowed to escape your home through tiny cracks in the doorframe or windows, your air conditioner will ultimately have to work harder to maintain desired comfort. Sealing your windows or doors through weather stripping or caulking may go a long way in keeping conditioned air inside your home.

One other way to prevent air from escaping is by installing insulation in your attic. All Year Cooling offers fiberglass blown-in insulation from Owens Corning, the industry leader in insulation. Before we install the insulation in your attic, we’ll take the time to lift your ductwork so it isn’t buried under the insulation, a condition that may lead to mold. We’ll even install rafter vents so that your attic can breathe once the installation is complete.

If you have questions or want to learn more about insulation and how it may benefit your home and energy costs, just give us a call at (954)566-4644. We’ll happily answer any and all questions you have about insulation or any of our products or services.


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