Millions of Americans receive an income tax return every winter or spring. Why not consider investing your income tax return in a home improvement project? Not only does a home improvement project improve the value of your home, but you could also save money on utilities in the long run. Valley Insulation highlights how you can invest your income tax return on high-quality Nu-Wool insulation for your home.
Earn a Return on Your Investment
Cellulose insulation earns you a return on your investment based on how long you own your home. High-quality Nu-Wool insulation reduces the heat transfer between the inside and outside of your home. It also fills any gaps within your interior walls. Over time, lower utility bills may eventually add up to your initial investment in home insulation. The longer you own your home, the more money you could save.
Improve Your Home’s Value
New home insulation can improve your home’s value if you plan to sell it soon. Remodeling magazine found that in 2016 the average homeowner saw a 116 percent return on investment with new home insulation when selling their home within a year. If you spend $1,500 on insulation, 116 percent amounts to adding $1,740 of value to your home’s asking price. Nu-Wool insulation can help you achieve better home value if you plan to sell in the near future. Your actual results may vary.
Live More Comfortably
Over the long term, you want your family to live comfortably. Nu-Wool insulation resists bugs, mold, and fires. It also deadens sounds, which helps keep your home quieter when you consider traffic noise, your home theater system, loud appliances like vacuums, and the need for privacy. Sound deadening works both ways in that Nu-Wool insulation keeps outdoor sounds from interrupting your movie time, and it may prevent your neighbors or passersby from hearing what’s going on in your home.
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Help Save the Environment
Your investment in Nu-Wool not only lowers your utility bills and makes your family more comfortable, but it also helps save the environment. 100 pounds of Nu-Wool insulation consists of 85 pounds of post-consumer newspapers. Every ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees, and those trees absorb 250 pounds of carbon dioxide every year. Purchasing new home insulation can help us make planet Earth a better place to live.
Nu-Wool Insulation & Valley Insulation
Talk to Valley Insulation about installing high-quality Nu-Wool insulation in your home. Our professionals can put this cellulose insulation in your attic, interior walls, and exterior walls. Contact Valley Insulation today or call (513) 353-4100 for more information.