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When it comes to home improvements, few projects offer the return on investment, energy savings and whole home comfort more than insulation.
And it’s EASY! We have EVERYTHING you need to properly insulate the piping in your home, in-stock and ready to shop directly to your door.
We have made it easy to select the right home pipe insulation for your home, choose the right fittings and the necessary tools. Our easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorials will guide you through the entire process, quickly and easily. No need to interview contractors, wade through confusing estimates and spend additional money.
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Nearly any home can have proper pipe insulation installed in just a few hours, with no experience necessary!
Home hot water pipes come in just a few standard sizes, which makes selecting the correct size of pipe insulation for your home simple with the use of our Pipe Insulation Sizing Guide. Our home pipe insulation installs easily with the use of a few common tools.
Why Should You Insulate Your Home Water Pipes?
Insulating home water pipes is not just for homes in cold climates or in areas where pipes may be prone to freezing during colder winter months.
In fact, The U.S. Department of Energy recommends insulating your hot water pipes to raise water pipe temperatures and save energy. “Insulating your hot water pipes reduces heat loss and can raise water temperature 2°F–4°F hotter than uninsulated pipes can deliver, allowing you to lower your water temperature setting. You also won’t have to wait as long for hot water when you turn on a faucet or showerhead, which helps conserve water.” According to the article, insulating your home pipe insulation results in an annual Energy Savings of 3-4% – an impressive ROI for a few hours of light work!
That increase in water temperature means you won’t need to wait as long for your water to get hot, and you’ll be conserving water and energy while saving money – That’s a win-win in our book!
Insulating your hot water pipes is something you can do on your own. With the step-by-step installation guides here at Barron Insulation Sales, you’ll have this DIY plumbing project completed in just a few hours!
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Have you noticed condensation on the pipes in your basement?
The absolute easiest solution for condensation on pipes is pipe insulation. Home pipe insulation prevents moist air from reaching the cooler surface of your hot water pipes.
The humidity that caused by this condensation results in heat loss. Reducing the level of humidity in the home helps alleviate pipe condensation, making your home warmer and more comfortable.
You Simply Can’t Go Wrong with Home Pipe Insulation!
According to Earth911 Home “Eco”nomics — Green Choices That Always Make Sense”, adding insulation where there is none is always a good idea.
Throughout the United States, a great number of older houses have inadequate insulation by today’s home-building standards and fall well below current Energy Efficiency standards as well.
While most older homes have some insulation in the attic, many do not have any in the walls. And among those older homes that may have insulated walls, many, if not most, have exposed water pipes in the basement or garage that could benefit from pipe wrap. (links to Products page).
It’s no secret that home buyers love homes that are energy efficient. They not only know this will help keep their monthly heating and cooling bills low, they’re also aware of the many financial incentives and/or rebates available in most States throughout the US.
Adding insulation to your home is an excellent way to help its interior temperature stay at a comfortable level.
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