Prior to 1982, the requirement for installing insulation while building a home was far lower than it is today. What does that mean for you? It means that you may need to add insulation! If you are like me and you live in an old neighborhood, chances are that you are wasting some valuable dollars on escaped energy.

It can be pricey to add insulation to your home, but just think about the benefits:

1. Potential tax credit.
2. Approximately $100-200 savings on your utlity bill each year.
3. Increased barrier against pollutants, therefore a cleaner air quality indoors.
4. Saved energy, promoting a greener lifestyle.
5. Consistant temperature in every room in the house.

It's worth it to take a look. You may be shocked at how much of your precious air conditioning is leaving your home before you even get to enjoy it.