I could use more insulation in here

I live in an area where the weather is a constant concern, then heating and cooling my beach home accounts for nearly 68% of the energy we use, however i’m regularly looking for ways to reduce energy waste.

I recently learn an article that commanded upgrading insulation in the attic to save money, but according to the article, I could reduce my heating and cooling costs by an average of 15%, that adds up to around $730 a year.

I started researching the benefits of attic insulation and found out that this improvement would help to prevent disfigure to my home’s structure. The insulation prevents water vapor from seeping in, eroding the walls and encouraging mold growth. It would slow down heat buildup in the attic, helping to keep shingles on the roof from swelling. Insulation also combats ice dams from forming when melting snow refreezes along the roof’s edge. Attic insulation creates a barrier between the beach home and the weather. It stops outdoor pollutants, such as pollen, dust, mildew and bugs from entering the beach home through air leaks and safeguards against concerns with air quality! Because of the insulation, my beach home should stay cleaner, more comfortable and supply a healthier residing environment. Heat naturally moves from warmer to cooler locales. A lack of insulation can result in extreme temperature fluctuations, adjusting the workload of the oil furnace and air conditioning, however my beach home tends to know drafty in the Wintertide and boiling and sticky in the summer. This could be because of bad levels of insulation… Since the ductlabor runs through the attic, this might be causing all sorts of concerns for the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C system. I’ve already busy an appointment with a local Heating, Ventilation plus A/C contractor to install insulation in the attic.
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