Reduction of Warm and Cold Spots
Reduce Warm Spots in the Summer
Have you ever felt the outside wall of your home on a sunny afternoon in the summertime? Depending on how much direct sunlight your home receives and where you live, it is not uncommon for the outside walls to reach temperatures as high as 200º degrees. Heat can easily transfer through the walls of your home during these types of conditions, warming the inside (even if you are running the air conditioner). The addition of continuous insulation is recommended to reduce this energy loss. Click here for more about siding insulation in the summer>
Reduce Cold Spots in the Winter
During the wintertime, have you ever touched the inside wall of your home? You may have experienced that it felt much colder than the temperature of the room. This is because the heat from inside your home is transferring through the walls moving from the warm interior to the cool exterior, escaping to the outside.Adding continuous insulation to the outside of your home can help reduce this energy loss as well. Click here for more about siding insulation in the winter>
Why Siding Insulation Works
Fullback®S siding insulation wraps your home in an energy-conserving blanket of insulation, breaking the thermal bridge between the inside and outside of your home. This helps to reduce warm and cold spots, making your home environment more comfortable.
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In addition, insulating accessories are also available to complete the energy envelope around your home. Did you know that an estimated 50-70 square feet of every home is made of window lineals alone? if you aren't using insulating accessories, you're missing out on a chance to insulate that portion of the home! Eliminate drafts in spots like the corner of the room and around windows and doors using our insulating accessories.