Hopefully, your insulation hasn’t started to get holes, water, and odors in it. Even you have avoided these nuisances, replacing old insulation is important. Insulation wears thin with time.
Over time, insulation can deteriorate due to various factors like water damage and weather conditions. Consequently, it loses its R-value and fails to provide optimal insulation, leading to problems like fluctuating temperatures and high energy bills. To avoid such issues, it’s crucial to keep your home’s insulation up-to-date. Up-to-date insulation not only helps you stay comfortable but also protects you from unwanted pollutants and moisture.
But it also increases the home’s resale value and lowers your utility bills, saving you money. New insulation also keeps your HVAC system from having to work as hard. This is one expense that can really add up. Considering all these costs, replacing insulation is a good investment.