Summer Benefits of Home insulation
Insulation might be boring, but it will keep you cooler during the night.
Installing insulation might be dull and tiresome, but let's get this straight - even in the summer you will feel its absence!
Home insulation works both ways, keeping the cold out during the winter and keeping the heat out during summer.
If a hot room is partitioned from the cold by a wall, heat will move through the wall, eventually cooling the room until a balance is reached, where the outside
temperature is equal to the inside temperature.
Normally this very rarely happens because rooms tend to be heated, so as some heat escapes through the wall, more hot air circulates,
keeping it at a comfortable temperature. If the thermal difference is larger the movement of heat across the wall will be accelerated.
Insulating a cavity wall helps to provide a thermal barrier which slows the flow of heat out of a room considerably. By slowing down the rate at which heat escapes from the home,
less heating is needed to keep the house at the required temperature.
In the summer the reverse happens; hot air outside
the home can’t get in as easily, which means you don’t need to use energy to keep the home cool. Therefore in both summer and winter cavity wall insulation can make a big difference to
your energy bills. The process is quick and inexpensive, so it is
certainly worth considering.
It’s a common misconception that insulation only helps during winter. The foam material helps stop heat from escaping through the walls over the winter and it plays just as vital a role
In the summer months heat is constantly seeking cold places, drawn to your comfortably heated home. Without proper insulation, that heat will simply move through the walls and cause you to
lose money by turning your heating up.