Do you spend a lot of time down in your basement? If you do and you’ve noticed a drastic change in the temperature, it may be time to install more insulation! If you notice your energy bills have been increasing for no apparent reason or are higher than they were at approximately the same time last year, this could also indicate you need to insulate your basement.
If you live in Chicago, Illinois and you think you need more basement insulation, ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation is the company to call! We serve every part of Chicago, including:
Our insulation experts can help you determine if you need basement insulation installation, which type of insulation to install, which parts of your basement you should insulate, etc.
Even if your basement isn’t finished and you hardly ever go down there, it still holds a lot of potential for energy savings! Basement insulation can help you reduce your energy bills every year, particularly when you choose an experienced insulation company.
Basement insulation can be installed in the walls, the ceiling and also around ductwork, plumbing and electrical wiring. Insulating your basement can help reduce noises from the upper floors, so it’s especially important if the space is being used as a bedroom! Talking to insulation professionals before your project can help you get a better understanding as to what your priorities are and where you should insulate.
Basement insulation can help you save a lot of money each year, but lower energy bills aren’t the only advantages of installing basement insulation! A well-insulated basement can help:
If you live in the Chicago area and think you may need more basement insulation, ThermaSeal / Lakeside Insulation is a good name to know. Let us help you start saving money today—our insulation installation experts are just a call or click away!
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