Is insulation worth it?

Is insulation worth it?

Compared to the same home without insulation, a properly insulated home will result in:
70% less energy needed for heating and cooling (and thus a decreased carbon footprint) 
40-50% reduction of average annual heating + cooling costs
Up to 10 degrees cooler home in summer – without air conditioning
Warmer, cosier home in winter – without extra heating bills
Full payback in 5-6 years 
Improved respiratory health

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