A Return On Your Insulation Investment

Home Spray Foam Insulation A Return On Your Insulation Investment

It’s a known industry fact that Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation will save you money on your energy bill, providing a return on your insulation investment, as it reduces the need to run your HVAC heating & cooling system. But the question a lot of our customers & clients ask is, “how long will it take to see a return on my investment?” Unfortunately that answer is contingent upon how much you use your HVAC heating & cooling system. If you’re the type of person who is constantly running your heater and / or air conditioner, then you’ll most likely start seeing a substantial return on your investment immediately, within a month’s time.

For those who generally don’t run their HVAC heating & cooling system often (which is rare for those who don’t already have Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam insulated within their home, commercial building, or agricultural facility), the savings will still compound, but you’ll probably see a return on your investment in quarterly increments, rather than monthly increments. These, of course, are just estimations, because everyone’s usage of their heating & air conditioning is contingent upon several factors; your own temperature preferences, the local weather & climate conditions of your region, and how tight your building envelope is.

From our experience, our clients & customers have reported a 15 – 30% savings on their energy bill. That’s something that traditional fiberglass insulation just cannot provide. No matter how you cut that pie, that’s substantial.

Give us a call today to learn more about how Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation can save you money on your energy bill. Go Green. Go Foam. 🍃👌🏼

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Home Spray Foam Insulation What Is An R-Value And Why Does It Matter

What is an R-Value & Why Does it Matter?

You hear the term “R-Value”, but you’re not quite sure what that means. That’s okay, because we’re going to break down what R-Value means, and why that’s important for your insulation purchasing decisions.

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