St. Augustine

The average high temperature in the Jacksonville area remains in the mid-70s through the fall, and even deep into winter it hovers in the mid-60s, with chances of jumping back up 10°F on hotter days. This means that even after summer is a memory, the air conditioning in your home can’t be: you must keep it running in good shape for those occasional hot and humid days that can strike all throughout the cooler months.

Insulation is often associated with winter, and for good reason: it helps keep you warm. But insulation isn’t just good for keeping your heat in; it is also important for keeping heat out during the summer. If you have poor insulation, you could be spending a lot of extra money cooling your home that could be recouped by adding to or replacing your current insulation in St. Augustine.