Valley Insulation is one of Cincinnati’s top insulation companies. We install attic, wall, and crawl space insulation for new and existing structures at any time of year. In today’s blog from Valley Insulation, we explain how to prevent heat loss in your home during the winter months.
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Insulate Your windows
You should insulate your windows because they are some of the most vulnerable spots for heat loss due to drafts and heat transfer through the materials of the window. You can use weatherstripping, drapes, window film, bubble wrap, or rope caulk.
Draft-Proof Your Doors
Doors represent another way cold air seeps into your home. You can purchase special flaps or insulated brushes to put along the bottom of your doors to keep cold air out. For the sides and top, draft-proof strips help prevent air exchange between the inside and outside.
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Thermal curtains are great for preventing heat loss. Made of special materials, thermal curtains have linings that reduce cold air coming into your home. You can open the curtains during the day to let in sunlight for better radiant heat using the greenhouse effect.
Home insulation for your attic, walls, and crawlspace offers a holistic way to prevent heat loss during the winter. Cellulose insulation works for decades, fully fills your wall cavities, and provides a high-quality product. The team at Valley Insulation can complete a home insulation project within a day, depending on the size of your home. You can lower your utility bills and maintain your home’s comfort.
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Home Insulation by Valley Insulation
Talk to the experts at Valley Insulation, serving the Greater Cincinnati area since 1977. We’ll come to your home, give you a free estimate, and provide you with great customer service from start to finish. Contact us online or call 513.353.4100 for more information.