Cape Cod is an area in the eastern half of Massachusetts. It is a geographic cape that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean. Because it is surrounded by water on all sides, it can be extremely windy. Similarly, with bodies of water on both sides, including Cape Cod Canal and Nantucket Sound, we often see that temperatures drop rapidly and windchill, as well as nor’easters are big in this area. One of the things that you can do to ensure none of this weather effects your home temperature is to make sure you have proper insulation. The right insulation will make all of the difference and work to ensure you are comfortable and feel great in your home.
About Cape Cod, MA
As one of the most famous parts of Massachusetts, Cape Cod is one of the biggest places for summer homes in not only Massachusetts but the entire United States. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, the Cape, as it is called in the area, is consists of Barnstable County, which is connected to the mainland by 2 bridges, the Sagamore Bridge, and the Bourne Bridge. Year round, the population is about 220,000, but during the summer, this number increases significantly.
Cape Cod has about 15 towns, and even more small villages, as well as the Islands, including Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, as well as the Elizabeth Islands. Cape Cod has a lot to offer, including a proximity to many major New England areas, such as Boston, Providence, and even New York City.
Cape Cod consists of the following towns:
How Can You Beat the Seasonal Weather of the Cape?
By switching up your insulation, you will have the opportunity to keep your home heated more comfortably than ever before. At Anderson Insulation, we offer many kinds of insulation including the following:
At Anderson Insulation, we offer the highest quality product and handle it with the uttermost care. Our craftsmanship makes us a leader in the community, as our top priority is making sure the client is happy with the product. If you are interested in our services, including spray foam, cellulose, and fiberglass insulation installation on Cape Cod, contact us today or give us a call at 781-857-1000 for more information.