Spring is here! It’s isulation time!

Spring has finally arrived! Are you ready for warmer weather? It’s time to start planning and new projects to improve the insulation and comfort of your home. You already know that insulation is beneficial.. Here are four reasons why it’s best to insulate your home in the spring:

1. Easier planning
Most people don’t even think about putting in insulation until it gets really cold or really hot. Usually, it is only when the electricity bills from the air conditioners rise that the problem of insulation comes to the agenda. For this reason, summer is the busiest time for companies that perform thermal insulation. If you plan this already in the spring, you will be ahead of the busiest season and insulate your home in time. This way you will ensure better comfort and more savings.
2. Comfort
The whole point of insulating your home is to prevent heat build-up in the summer (and heat loss in the winter), which would be counterproductive if you wait until the summer to start planning to install or re-insulate. Spring is the right time for this activity because the weather is warm and pleasant, there are no too low or high temperatures. Insulating your home in the spring ensures that your home won’t be hot come summer.
3. Summer savings
Insulating your home in the spring, before the summer heat, allows you to reap the benefits of this investment all summer long. Usually, electricity bills are high in the summer due to the need to cool the home. Homeowners who plan ahead and insulate their homes as early as spring will find their energy bills significantly lower. Better insulation means less energy consumption – air conditioners set to their usual temperature will run much less often. You will be able to enjoy a pleasant climate in your home.
4. Easier installation
When installing facade insulation in winter, the work can be interrupted by rain, snow and excessively low temperatures. In the height of summer, when temperatures are too high, work may also have to be stopped. If the walls are too hot, putties and plasters will dry too quickly and this can cause them to crack. If this activity is carried out in the spring, the weather is pleasant and there are no extreme temperatures to interfere with the installation.

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