Anywhere in your house where one side of a wall is exposed to the outside world is a place where heat can escape your home and dissipate into the external environment. This means that a poorly insulated home will incur higher heating bills during the winter. Similarly, in hot climates, insulation keeps the cool air inside and the heat out. Critical to interior climate control, insulation essentially reduces the amount of effort your climate control (air conditioning or heating) has to expend an order to maintain a certain temperature.
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