Increase Your Comfort & Decrease Your Energy Bills
The purpose of home insulation is to keep indoor air in and outdoor air out. Nowhere is that more important than here in the Phoenix area. Our summer temperatures can soar as high as 120°, and without proper insulation that 120° heat could get into your home and not only ruin your comfort but increase your energy bills as well.
The Importance Of Insulation
Think of insulation like a blanket for your home. When you’re cold, you cover yourself with a blanket; the blanket blocks out cold air while keeping your body heat in, making your more comfortable. Insulation works the same way, blocking the outdoor temperature while keeping your conditioned air inside.
When your home has enough insulation, the baking Arizona heat outside can’t get in and the cool air from your air conditioner can’t get out. Because no hot air is sneaking in and no cold air is sneaking out, you’re not losing money to wasted air conditioning.
However, research indicates that as many as 90% of homes are under-insulated, and that having insufficient insulation can have the same impact on your heating and cooling bills as leaving a window open year-round. Upgrading your insulation can decrease the amount of energy your HVAC system uses by up to 15%, which may not seem like much but can make a major impact on your monthly power bills.
Insulation Services From Hobaica
Hobaica offers Phoenix area homeowners multiple insulation options to ensure that your home stays comfortable and energy-efficient.
Blown-In Insulation: Ideal for attics, blown-in insulation is affordable and easy to install. A good rule of thumb for blown-in attic insulation is, if you can see wood beams through the insulation, you haven’t got enough insulation.
Rolled Batt Insulation: Perfectly-sized to fit in the spaces between wall and floor joists, rolled batt insulation can be installed in your attic, walls, basement or crawlspace.
Hobaica will evaluate your home’s insulation and if we find it to be lacking, we will make a recommendation of which type of insulation can best resolve the problem. Call us at (602) 633-9555 today to be sure your home has sufficient insulation to meet your comfort needs.