Winter technically started on December 21st, but we got distracted by the holidays. But now it’s January and the short, cold, dark days are at their peak. In fact, January 15 is known as Blue Monday because of the combination of short days, bad weather, and the arrival of holiday-related bills. You’re probably feeling the brunt of your winter heating bills, too.
It’s enough to make you just want to stay indoors. Fortunately, you can make your home cozy and warm, no matter what the weather is outside. How? By having your walls filled with USA Premium Foam® Insulation. In addition to insulating your home, we’ve included our other top tips to keep your home comfortable all year long.
Benefits of USA Premium Foam Insulation
Warm and cozy home
Our proprietary foam insulation is retrofit into your wall cavities to create a barrier that keeps the winter temperatures outside and your warm (and expensive!) heated air inside where it belongs.
Furnace runs less
Less of your heated air will escape, so your furnace won’t need to work as hard or as often to keep your home at a comfortable, consistent temperature.
Lower heating bills
Since you’ll be using your furnace less often, your heating bills will be lower. At this time of year, everyone wants to save money!
No fuss, no muss installation
Our installers inject USA Premium Foam Insulation through the exterior of your home. In most situations, installation is complete in just one day. The only evidence that our installers were even there is that your home is warmer, quieter and just flat out more comfortable.
Keep the savings coming!
We have a few other tips for you to winterize your home – in addition to adding insulation – to keep your family comfortable all winter and all year.
Change the filters on your HVAC
You should change your filters at least every quarter anyway. But let’s be honest, it’s a chore we all often forget about. However, not only does changing your filter regularly help your HVAC run more efficiently, but it also extends its life.
Get your furnace a tune-up
It’s also a good idea to have your furnace checked out and tuned up at the start of every winter. Then if any issues are detected, you can get them fixed or replace your furnace before it gets too cold.
Caulk your windows and doors
You can caulk your doors and windows to reduce the amount of air that escapes around them. Some of our locations offer an air sealing service to detect and close leaks to keep more of your warm air inside.
Don’t let the winter blues get you down! You can keep your home warm and cozy throughout the winter and enjoy the benefits of our premium insulation – like lower energy bills – all year long. Contact your local USA Insulation today to schedule a free home energy audit and learn about how we can keep your family comfortable.