The majority of homes in Cincinnati Ohio built before 1980 don't have enough insulation. This means heat can escape through the ceiling, past the roof and into the atmosphere. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, adding insulation to the attic is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to help cut heating and cooling costs. And it will make your home more comfortable. As a general rule, if you have less than 12 inches of attic insulation, you probably need more.
Insulating a residential structure to the levels recommended by the Department of Energy should result in net energy savings, over time, above the cost of the insulation project.
Showers, cooking, washing and even breathing can put a surprising amount of moisture into your home—from 5 to 10 pounds a day! Washing and drying clothes indoors can add another 30 pounds. In the winter, any moisture that passes through to these surfaces can accumulate and condense on the cold inner sides of exterior surfaces. Eventually, this condensation may blister the outside paint, form stains on drywall ceilings or walls, or even damage your home's structure.
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