If you plug air leaks and insulate you can expect to lower your heating and cooling costs by 20%, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars per year. As you lower your utility bills by adding insulation, you reduce your emissions of CO2 and other pollutants from fossil fuels.
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When it comes to keeping heating and cooling costs in check, insulation is the first line of defense.
In the winter, heated air moves from living spaces to attics, garages, and the great outdoors.