affects your Air Conditioning System
In all the coastal regions of the United States our buildings
struggle with far greater levels of moisture in the air. This
moisture laden air enters our homes and businesses causing our
HVAC systems to run much longer. The increased run times cause
our utility bills to also increase significantly.
Our air conditioning and heating systems not only keep us cool
in the summer and warm in the winter; they also dehumidify our
indoor air. Lower levels of moisture in the air, greatly
improves comfort levels inside a building. You see our skin
feels too hot or cold if temperatures are too high or low and
higher humidity levels magnify our level of discomfort.
When our bodies cannot dissipate our own internal heat
normally, we feel too hot or too cold. Foam insulated
buildings are much more comfortable since they do not have
these temperature and humidity struggles. Temperatures remain
much more consistent and lower humidity levels greatly improve
the indoor quality. Utility bills are much smaller and our
skin feels more comfortable.
Also, in new homes and businesses Advanced works side by side
with the HVAC contractor and or the Mechanical Engineer to
ensure the Air conditioning systems are sized properly. Foam
insulated buildings do not need as much A/C. Generally the
HVAC systems are sized 30% smaller in our foam
homes/buildings. This is necessary to increase the A/C units
run time, whereby more moisture will be removed from the
inside of the building, and utility bills will be much
To get a better
understanding of how spray foam insulation can lower your
electric bills, call today or
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