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What percentage improvement can I expect in my electric bill if I have spray foam insulation installed?

Delilla Harts | Posted in Energy Efficiency and Durability on

What is the difference in spray foam and blown in insulation? In my area the price difference is considerable and I just need to know if it would be worth it.

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  1. GBA Editor
    Martin Holladay | | #1

    Delila,
    No one on this web site will be able to answer your question.

    A few will be able to guess, however, if we know more facts:

    1. Is this a new house or an existing house?

    2. If it is an existing house, describe your existing insulation.

    3. Are you talking about floors, walls, or ceilings?

    4. If this is an existing house, describe your typical electric bill.

    5. Your house has how many square feet?

    6. Where are you located?

    7. What fuel do you use for heating?

    8. Does your house have air conditioning?

    9. Describe your windows.

  2. Dan Kolbert | | #2

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