Heating and Cooling Duct Insulation Kalispell MT

Since about 40% of your homes energy costs go toward heating and cooling, you can save more than a third of that cost by sealing ducts and also insulating them from losing the warm heating air or the cool air conditioning as it travels to each room. Increase the insulation on your ducts to a minimum of R-6.

Bills Superheat
(406) 755-2220
817 W Center St
Kalispell , MT
 
Denning Sheet Metal
(406) 892-0111
3580 Hwy 40 West
Columbia Falls , MT
 
Artisan Construction
(406) 250-3664
6585 Farm To Market Road
Whitefish, MT
 
Snowcrest Enterprises
(406) 651-0210
3126 Laredo Pl Billings
Billings, MT
 
Flawless Filter Care
(406) 376-3116
P.O. BOX 192 Gildford
Gildford, MT
 
AirWorks Inc
(406) 257-1341
294 2nd Ave NW
Kalispell , MT
 
Reliable Heating & Air Conditioning
(406) 471-8211
P.O.BOX 8613
Kalispell, MT
 
Energetechs Construction Sup
(406) 642-3950
P.O. BOX 184 Victor
Victor, MT
 
Armacost Trane Service
(406) 248-4882
P.O. BOX 22742 Billings
Billings, MT
 
All Valley Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration. Inc.
(406) 363-3526
1111 South 1S
Hamilton, MT

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Since about 40% of your homes energy costs go toward heating and cooling, you can save more than a third of that cost by sealing ducts and also insulating them from losing the warm heating air or the cool air conditioning as it travels to each room. Increase the insulation on your ducts to a minimum of R-6.

First, conduct thorough air sealing. Adding insulation may make some air leaks difficult to access. The insulation itself typically will not stop these leaks. Air flowing through the insulation will waste energy. Moist air can damage the insulation and reduce its effectiveness.

The ROI Calculation is based on saving $15 a month over the course of the year.

If you are undertaking a remodeling project make sure that the sheet metal ‘box’ ducts and the tubular rigid or flex ones are well insulated before the walls get closed up. For existing homes, check the crawl spaces and areas like garages first, before incurring costs to open up any walls that may benefit from blow-in insulation.

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