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Insulation Services in Houston

Insulation Specialists in Garden Oaks

Insulation is a critical element of a house since it protects the air within a temperature-controlled environment. During the summer, powerful insulation can block most of the heat from entering a home or business. During the winter, insulation works to the opposite effect, keeping warm air from escaping. While many homes are built with a certain amount of insulation, this material can become damaged by water or pests. It can also begin to wear out after many years of use, causing utility bills to rise with the sudden inefficiency of energy. Trust our technicians at High Performance Home Systems to fix this kind of situation with insulation services in Houston.

Contact us now at(713) 714-0955 and we can assist with any kind of insulation support in Garden Oaks.

What Is the Best Kind of Insulation?

There are quite a few types of insulation that could be for a home or a residence. Some are more common than others – fiberglass, for example, is readily available in most locations. Because it is so versatile, it can be utilized in rolls, batts, or even loose-fill. Still others, such as cellulose, which is formed from recycled paper, are very environmentally friendly. There is even some insulation made from denim jeans. 

A few examples of the most popular types of insulation include:

  • Fiberglass
  • Spray foam
  • Cellulose
  • Intumescent coating
  • Vinyl faced metal building insulation
  • Natural fiber
  • Slag wool or rock wool

Of course, having so many options for insulation can be a bit confusing. Trying to figure out which insulation would be most optimal for a house or business, while staying on budget, is often overwhelming. Fortunately, our knowledgeable techs at High Performance Home Systems are ready to help explain the pros and cons of each type of insulation. 

Talk to one of our team members today at (713) 714-0955 or speak to us online for dependable insulation services in Houston.
 

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How Does Insulation Work?

One can tell the quality of insulation based on its R-value. Certain substances are more resistant to heat flow than others, influenced by their density and levels of absorbency. Usually, insulation with a high R-value will be better at controlling the temperature of a home. By investing in excellent insulation, it is possible to use less energy, as well as preserve the lifespan of one’s HVAC system.

Determining How Much Insulation Is Necessary

There is no doubt that having secure insulation on one’s property plays a major role in increasing energy savings. However, residents often wonder just how much insulation they need. This is where it is critical to seek out the support of an HVAC specialist. First, a professional will assess any current insulation and check whether it needs to be replaced. In some cases, if the insulation is still intact, they can simply add more of the same type of insulation to fill the gap. Depending on the kind of insulation, an expert will use a special calculation to measure how much is needed. Loose-fill insulation requires specific depths, for example, while batts or rolls require certain area measurements.

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