Fresno, CA Insulation Services by Donald P. Dick Air ConditioningGive us a call today: 559-255-1644
Insulation does more than pad the wooden walls of your attic: it keeps cold air in during the warm months, and warm air in during the cold months. Your home can lose heating and cooling depending on your level of insulation. It slows the transfer of heat, keeping your temperature controlled for longer. Our technicians are experienced at installing insulation in all areas of your home to improve your energy efficiency as fast as possible.
- Lower Energy Costs
- Indirectly Lower Wear and Tear on Your Home HVAC Systems
- Installed by Experienced Contractors
Insulation is the best thing you can do for your home to reduce wear and tear on your HVAC system, and provide your family better all-around comfort at the same time. Allow us to identify where you need insulation the most and improve your home quality of life.
Contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning for insulation services in Fresno, CA to boost your energy efficiency and put less wear and tear on your home heating and cooling system.
Types of Insulation from Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning
The word "insulation" conjures up the image of yellow or pink fluffy stuff that looks like cotton candy. This type of insulation is known as batt or roll insulation, and it has been around for ages and still continues to be one of the most popular insulation choices among homeowners. However, technology and advancements have brought a couple of other insulation products to the market worth considering.
Blow–in insulation is comprised of small pieces of recycled materials that are blown into your home through a small cavity drilled into an outside wall. This type of insulation is great for retro–fitting older homes and insulating hard–to–reach nooks and crannies. Hiring a professional is key to correct installation of blown–in insulation as handling the equipment takes training and expertise.
Spray foam is an adhesive that forms an air–tight seal with whatever it comes into contact with. It’s important to always hire a certified expert when using spray foam as the adhesive expands up to 100 times its size when it hits the air, making it potentially unmanageable for those who don’t know how to handle it.
Just as insulation in your walls, ceilings, attic space and floors helps slow the transfer of heat, so, too, does insulation around your ductwork. However, duct insulation is focused on helping to keep the air inside your ductwork and maintaining the temperature of that air. Ideally, all ductwork would be insulated, but we don’t live in an ideal world, so if your ductwork is currently not insulated, call the experts who can help: Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning.