Why should you insulate your ductwork?
The two main reasons for ductwork insulation are to ensure that you get the desired temperatures and to prevent air leakages. If air leaks, your HVAC system will require more energy to operate and this will reflect on your energy bills.
In addition, good insulation levels prevent condensation from occurring in the ductwork. As cool air passes through warm areas in your home, it collects moisture which might condense in the ductwork. Such moisture can later result in mold and mildew growth.
What can Standard Tinsmith & Roofer Supply Corp. offer?
Currently, there are many ductwork insulation techniques but this company offers the best services. Fiberglass insulation is currently dominating ductwork industry due to its effectiveness. The available sizes are:
- 1/2 inches and 1 inch Internal ducts
- 1 1/2 inches, 2 inches and 3 inches aluminum Foil Skrim for external ducts
Bonded glass fibers or Rubber are best installed inside sheet metal ductwork for better thermal and acoustical properties. To reduce noises from the fan and other airborne factors, an Acoustical Duct Liner is installed in the HVAC ductwork.
Benefits of fiberglass insulation
- Easy fabrication
- Long lasting performance
- Offers protection from fungi and bacteria
- Improves indoor comfort
- Has a discreet appearance
Features of HVAC Duct Liners
- Has an airstream surface which resists fiber damage and migration
- Resistant to mold, mildew, bacteria, fungi, dirt and humidity
- Very easy to handle when cutting and installing
- Comes in 1/2 inch, 1 inch or 2 inch thickness
The HVAC Duct liners can be used in Plenums, fan housing, Mixing boxes, silences and cross-talk vents, furnaces and AC equipment and in HVAC ductwork. They are simply the best for insulation.
Fiberglass Insulation In Stock
- 1/2″ and 1″ Internal Duct Liners
- 1 1/2″, 2″ and 3″ Aluminum Foil Skrim for External Ducts
Acoustical Duct Liner is installed in HVAC ductwork and plenums to reduce fan and other airborne noises. Bonded glass fibers or Rubber specifically designed to be installed inside sheet metal ductwork provide acoustical and thermal benefits. The smooth, fire resistant airstream surfaces resist damage during installation and in service.
- Enhances indoor comfort and more
- Easy fabrication
- Clean cutting
- Comfortable handling
- Lasting performance
- Discreet appearance
- Virtually damage-proof construction
- Bacteria and fungi protection
HVAC Duct Liner Applications
- HVAC ductwork
- Fan housings
- Mixing boxes
- Furnaces & AC equipment
- Silencers & cross-talk vents
HVAC Duct Liners Features
- Available in ½”, 1″ and 2″ thickness
- Airstream surface resists fiber migration and damage
- Resists fungi, mold, mildew, bacteria growth, mild dust, dirt and humidity
- Clean to handle, cut and install
- Installs with mounting pin assemblies, foam adhesive, or mechanical fasteners