• Consistent comfort: Maintains more even temperatures throughout your home.
  • Quiet comfort: Reduces unwanted outdoor noise.
  • Save money: Reduced energy consumption results in lower utility bills.
  • Climate friendly: Reduced heat loss means less energy needed to heat your home resulting in a smaller carbon footprint.
  • Reduced maintenance costs and improved durability: Your home lasts longer due to reduced condensation. This helps to prevent rot, mold, and mildew.

Did you see a building science or energy efficiency term you did not understand? Check out our glossary.