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How Much Money Can Insulation Save Me?

As a homeowner or business owner in Upstate New York, it’s probably important to you to keep your energy bills as low as possible without sacrificing comfort! Unless your home or building was constructed to be energy efficient, it’s likely that adding more insulation can reduce your energy bills. In fact, adding insulation to your property could eventually pay for itself for both newer and older buildings and homes! Want to learn more? Call 716-525-8910 to speak with the insulation experts at Town Building Systems.

Calculate Your Savings

Are you wondering how much insulation can save? It can be hard to determine an exact number—a variety of factors come into play, such as your climate, HVAC systems, etc.—but you can get estimates online. And, of course, you can always talk to insulation experts! By visiting the CIMA (Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association) website, you can measure the financial impact of increasing your insulation performance by entering your data into the insulation calculator—this can include the size of your house, the cost of your energy, etc. With the calculator, you can see what you could be saving this year and in the future.

You can also calculate all your energy bills using your current rates and personal information in this home energy saver tool. After filling in your data, you can see how much you might save with upgrades!

Increasing Your Savings

Besides installing attic insulation or wall insulation, you can do other things to maximize your savings and help keep your energy bills as low as possible:

  • Talk to professionals: Some homeowners may be handy and perform many DIY projects around the house—but insulation installation shouldn’t be one of them. The insulation installation process requires professional expertise to ensure it’s being completed correctly to help you save the most money.
  • Air seal your home: A home that is properly insulated but not air sealed isn’t energy-efficient. Air leaks deter the performance of your insulation, so your home should be both insulated and sealed. Caulking and weatherstripping are two common air sealing techniques among others.
  • Be as energy-efficient as possible: You won’t be saving as much money as you could if your home is insulated but isn’t energy-efficient in other ways. For example, if your windows are old and leaky, your home still has energy-inefficient incandescent bulbs instead of CFL bulbs, etc., there is much potential for savings. There are a lot of ways to save energy (and money)—and combined with bigger ticket items like insulation and window replacement, they can help gain significant energy savings.

Schedule Insulation Installation in the Buffalo, NY area

Are you wondering if your home could use some insulation? Our team of experts at Town Building Systems is highly skilled and trained with insulation installation for residential and commercial spaces alike. Talking to an insulation professional is the best course of action if you want to save money on your energy bills.

The contractors at Town Building Systems have the experience and expertise to help you choose the perfect insulation material for your space. Contact us to learn more about our services today!


They were quick, efficient and very easy to talk to. These guys deserve a raise. Awesome job!! Joseph M.
They were very professional about the job and made sure that everything that I wanted done was done they did some great work, and I would highly recommend them. They also cleaned up very well after they were finished ... Gregory L.
Outstanding people, outstanding customer service! I highly recommend Town for any job or service that you need! Wendy S.

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