InsulationDon’t Forget About the Important Role That Insulation Plays in the Summer Season

A lot of homeowners associate insulation with cold weather, when we insulate ourselves from the cold temperatures outdoors. While this is obviously a huge part of insulation’s purpose, it is not the only function that it serves. Insulation is also vital during the warmer summer months, when we use it to prevent unwanted heat from infiltrating our homes. If you do not have sufficient insulation in Everett, WA as we move into the warmer time of the year, you are going to encounter a number of different problems. Fortunately for you, our technicians are here to help you to get the most from your insulation.

Heat Moves to Cooler Climates Naturally

It is the natural state of things: heat moving to cooler environments. During the summer season, as we run our air conditioners, our homes are obviously going to be much cooler than the air outside is. This will lead the heat outside to try and balance temperatures, which it will achieve by making its way into your home. Your insulation helps to create the thermal barrier that prevents it from succeeding in this quest. If you do not have enough insulation in your home, you are going to wind up living uncomfortably in a climate that is warmer than you’d desire indoors.

Not only does subpar insulation put your comfort at risk, but it can also leave you to pay more money for a weaker performance from your home cooling system. Your AC is going to struggle to keep up with the cooling demand in your home, and that will result in higher than necessary air conditioning costs. It is important to remember that your ductwork should be well insulated too, so that you can be sure to get the most efficient performance possible from a forced air cooling system.

Schedule your insulation services with G & S Heating Cooling & Electric.


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