Professional Whole-Home Insulation Solutions in the Phoenix Metro Area

Are you paying much more than your neighbor when it comes to your energy bill? Many homeowners are surprised to find out that their neighbors in a similarly sized home are paying significantly less to cool and heat their home. The reason? Insulation. 

Your indoor comfort level and how much energy you use is largely tied to the insulation in your home. Poorly insulated homes are more likely to experience greater air loss and contribute to long-term discomfort. 

Older properties (and many new ones as well) are often lacking in proper insulation. Our experts at Ideal Air Conditioning and Insulation are here to help guide you through the best solution for your home. We will take the time to assess your needs, identify problem areas, and go over the options we believe will provide you with the best results while taking into account your specific needs and budget.

Our insulation services in the Phoenix metro area include:

Call today to book a consultation with our energy management and HVAC insulation specialists in Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding metro area–and let us help you achieve improved indoor comfort and lower utility bills.

phoenix air conditioner phoenix ac repair-phoenix hvac phoenix energy audit phoenix air conditioning repair

Benefits of Insulating Your Phoenix Home

Proper insulation can help you enjoy the following benefits:

  • Improved home performance

  • Greater indoor comfort

  • Lower energy bills

  • Greater noise control

  • More consistent and even cooling/heating

If you are an APS or SRP customer, you may also be eligible for rebates and other incentives when you complete an insulation project with Ideal Air Conditioning and Insulation. We can help you carry out a complete upgrade with air duct sealing and other energy management solutions to help you qualify for even more incentives.

Discuss Your Options With Our Phoenix Insulation Specialists

Ideal Air Conditioning and Insulation is prepared to help you through every step of the insulation process. This includes discussing the different insulation materials and techniques. Some of the types of insulation we can provide for you include blown-in cellulose and fiberglass, as well as dense-packed insulation.

Blown-In Cellulose Insulation

With the blown-in technique, we will use specialized equipment to blow the insulation into place. This method is ideal for hard to reach areas, unfinished attics, and existing wall spaces.

Both cellulose and fiberglass are similar in cost and are made with highly sustainable materials. Our cellulose offerings, in particular, are manufactured right here in the Valley–in Chandler, AZ, by United Fibers.

Blown Fiberglass Insulation

Installing new insulation saves energy each month and for many years to come. It creates a thermal barrier between the interior and exterior of your home. Basement, wall, and attic insulation has a high R-value (thermal resistance) and helps maintain even temperatures throughout your home, even during Phoenix heat waves.

Blown fiberglass is an appealing choice for many homeowners because it prevents vapor movement in walls to colder surfaces. Fiberglass has a similar cost to cellulose insulation and is tidy to install because it doesn’t generate much dust.

Dense Pack Insulation

Another method of installing insulation is through dense packing. This technique involves blowing cellulose or fiberglass at a high pressure into your walls or ceiling, and can be done either from the interior or exterior of your home. It is also a great option for insulating flat roof homes where there is no accessible attic space. When done right, the dense pack technique is less invasive than removing all of your drywall to apply the insulation. Instead, 3″-4″ holes are cut in each bay and insulation is “dense packed” in at a specific density in order to obtain the highest R-value possible without causing your wall or ceiling cavity to bow or “blow out”. This is one of the best ways to insulate your home when wall or ceiling cavities are not easily accessible and the cavities don’t have any existing insulation in them to begin with.

Learn more about the different insulation techniques and materials by contacting our Phoenix insulation professionals today!

Need to Remove Old Insulation From Your Phoenix Home?

The insulation in your home can become damaged over time due to leaks, pests, fire, or simply old age. Why should you consider removing old insulation? Insulation is rated according to thermal resistance (R-value). If your insulation gets wet, or burned, or suffers from other damage, it loses its R-value and becomes less efficient at keeping your home comfortable.

You will need to have existing insulation removed before installing new insulation material. Our experts at Ideal Air Conditioning and Insulation can help you safely and efficiently remove old or damaged insulation, and are happy to discuss your options for new insulating material.

Contact us today to schedule an in-home assessment and consultation to learn more about your options for insulation. Serving Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding metro area.

Contact Us Today!




    Font Resize
    Scroll to Top