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Pay Back

 

Trivia Question:

What’s the most frequently asked question we hear at Biomax Foam Insulation?

Answer:

How long does it take to get your money back on the cost of our Foam Insulation?

The answer to that question will surprise you. It’s not 2 or 3 years . . . IT’S 30 DAYS! . . . The time it takes to get your first Electric Bill.  And from that point on you will be putting money back in your pocket every month for the Rest of Your Life in that Home.

HERE IS HOW THIS WORKS:

First you must understand that there are Three Fixed Costs in owning a home:

1. Mortgage
2. Property Taxes
3. Utility Bills

These three costs together will determine what it costs just to live in your home.

Here is the explanation how it is only a 30 day Payback.

Lets take a typical 3000 square foot house for example and say that will cost you $300,000.00 to build, with everything you want and with standard FIBERGLASS INSULATION in the walls and attic.  Standard Fiberglass will normally cost $3000.00 on a 3000.00 sq ft home to install. Spray applied POLYURETHANE FOAM on a 3000 square foot home will cost you around $7000.00.  With $3,000 already devoted towards Insulation, the Foam Insulation actually costs an additional $4,000. The reduction of your HVAC system then comes into play. You usually decrease the total system size 20 to 40% resulting in $1,500 to $2,500 dollars less on the system if you use Foam Insulation.

Now if you factor the Foam Insulation System and HVAC reduction into your budget and borrow the money upfront that would mean your home would cost with the upgrade around $302,500.00 Dollars.  That additional $2,500 added to your Mortgage Payment will cost at today’s interest rates of 6% on a 30 year fixed mortgage, an additional $16.00 dollars a month.  In return the Foam Insulation will reduce your Energy Bills by 40-60% on that 3000 square foot Home. With Fiberglass insulation in your home, your average energy costs will be in the neighborhood of $300 -$450 per month (Depending on lifestyle). If you assume that the Foam Insulation only saves you 30% on your energy use, that’s still saving you between $90 – $135.00 dollars per month.

You Come out Money Ahead Every Month You Live in Your Home and Put $70-$115 Dollars back in Your Pocket Every Month from the Time You Get Your First Energy Bill!

***** SO FOR $16.00 PER MONTH YOU CAN MAKE AT LEAST $100.00 PER MONTH*****

SOUNDS LIKE A DEAL TO ME!!!!!