Why Air Conditioned Rooms Stay Cooler With Spray Foam Insulation

Posted by Wattson on Jul 4, 2017

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Summer is in full swing, and in Florida that means heat, humidity, and more heat! All across the state, air conditioners will be running full steam ahead to try to keep up with the hot weather. But what does this mean for Florida homeowners? You may have already prepared your home for the season, but how can you be sure you can beat the heat? You might be surprised to know that our number one tip for keeping an air conditioned room cool has nothing to do with your AC. Instead, we recommend installing spray foam insulation in your home.

Keep an Air Conditioned Room Cool with Spray Foam

When you think of insulation, what comes to mind? Most people think of keeping warm during the winter, but it is just as important for keeping cool in the summer! Insulation is the barrier between your home and the outside world. It keeps the air you want inside and the air you don’t want outside. During the summer, your AC may be working its hardest, but improper insulation may just be letting all that cool air outside anyway. Whether you have central air or small AC units, there are many benefits of spray foam insulation, including:

  • Air sealing – Spray foam insulation seals directly to the inside of your walls. It is airtight, so it fills all of those nooks and crannies that would otherwise be very difficult to reach. This stops air leaking through your walls and keeps your home cool in summer and warm in the wintertime. Plus, making sure your home is sealed tightly can help you save money on overall energy bills.
  • Prevent moisture damage – Mold and mildew in your walls is not only unpleasant, it can be dangerous. Spray foam is water resistant. It keeps moisture out of your walls, and when moisture can’t get in you won’t get mold or mildew. The air in your home will be cleaner and you won’t have to worry about the cost of repairing moisture damage.
  • Efficiency – Spray foam insulation can help you save energy. When the cool air isn’t escaping your home, your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard. The result is less energy spent on cooling, which saves you money. And of course, the insulation will also keep you warm in the winter, meaning you’ll spend less on heating and cooling year round.

Spray foam insulation is comprised of inert polymers, which makes the material resistant to decomposition and deterioration over time. Due to it’s benefits, Florida homeowners who choose to invest in spray foam are able to rely on the material over longer periods of time than they would with fiberglass or cellulose. With less vulnerabilities, spray foam’s longer life span means that fewer waste materials are sent to a landfill than with traditional insulation.

Insulation is one of the most important parts of your home. Improper insulation can force you to spend more money on energy costs just to stay cool in the summer. Get your spray foam consultation with Energy Monster to find out if your home could benefit from new insulation.

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