The attic and walls are one of the most important areas to insulate in any space. But what about the parts behind the walls and in the ceiling? When it comes to insulation, ductwork matters too.
Your air ducts are one of the most important systems in your home or commercial building, and if the ducts are poorly insulated, they are likely contributing to higher energy bills. In fact, according to ENERGY STAR®, in a typical house, approximately 20 – 30 percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes and poorly connected ducts. Contact OJ Insulation if you’re ready to install insulation in your Southern California commercial building or home, or keep reading to learn more!
If energy bills have been higher for seemingly no reason, there are rooms that never seem to be comfortable or you find tangled or kinked flexible ducts in your system, you may have poorly performing ducts that could benefit from insulation.
There are different materials for insulating ducts, from fiberglass to foil. OJ Insulation installs duct liner from leading manufacturers in the industry. In addition to helping maximize energy efficiency and saving money, insulating ducts can also help:
Ductwork in unconditioned spaces (attics, crawl spaces, etc.) particularly need insulation.
Shown in the picture above is an office in Diamond Bar that the OJ Insulation team insulated. We installed exposed duct liner insulation. This provided the ceiling with thermal resistance while also maintaining the industrial open concept the client wanted.
If you need to insulate ductwork in your office, other commercial building or home in Southern California, the experienced team at OJ Insulation can help. For nearly 30 years, we have been providing insulation services in the area for new construction and retrofit projects.
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