upgrading your insulation
This article is published in 29/5/207 (748 days ago)
Therefore, the information in it may no longer be up to date.
Your house has a building envelope that includes exterior walls, foundations, roofs, windows and doors.
Envelopes should be kept away from extreme temperatures, moisture, dust and wind.
Through proper insulation treatment of the building housing, heat loss can be reduced, more comfortable living space can be created, and energy consumption can be reduced.
Some signs that may indicate insulation problems are high heating costs, cold walls and floors, uneven heating levels at home or mold growth on walls.
Initial amount of insulation added to the United Nations
There is a big difference in the insulation area, and increasing the insulation in the insufficient area also helps to reduce the heat loss.
The measurement of heat transfer resistance of insulating materials is called its R-
Value, and the metric equivalent is RSI.
The higher R or RSI-
The value of the product, it can better resist heat transfer.
To improve the level of insulation in your home: Do research no matter which option you choose.
If you know something about the work, you are more likely to get the results you want.
Most importantly, be sure to apply for a pre-job before the job starts
Approval of Manitoba Hydro home insulation project.
You can do this by filling out the application to your insulation retailer or selected contractor.
If your project and home are eligible, you will receive a rebate of up to 100 of the cost of insulation.
If the insulation of your house is poor, you will realize that rebate and energy saving will make your insulation project very valuable.
For tips on checking existing insulation, visit hydro. mb. ca/hip.
Manitoba Hydro offers financing options for your insulation project.
For other suggestions on energy saving, please call 204-480-
5900 in Winnipeg, or 1-888-624-9376 (1-888-MBHYDRO)Visit: hydro. mb.
Ca/hipEmail: powersmartexpert @ Hydro. mb.