Whether you’re operating a large commercial or industrial business or just looking to help out your home, insulating your vital heating and cooling equipment makes a big difference.
Heating and cooling a building generates a lot of heat. When that heat and energy is constantly escaping you could waste tons of money, damage your HVAC equipment with consistent extreme temperatures and create humid environments perfect for mold growth.
The team at Kohmar has perfected our mechanical insulation installation process to ensure your equipment stays dry, efficient and functional. Already have insulation? Great, our crew can make any repairs you need.
Kohmar’s mechanical insulation services focus on encapsulating your HVAC equipment. This means insulating your pipes, ductwork, boilers and HVAC units.
Mechanical insulation involves the same materials used to enclose homes and businesses but the job is a little more tricky and specific. There are a lot of small spaces, nooks and crannies involved with HVAC systems.
Kohmar specializes in encapsulating your HVAC units and ductwork with:
When it comes to such a challenging task, you’ll want help from the best in the business.
If your leaky and uninsulated HVAC system is letting hot air blow into your building, you’re going to end up with ridiculously high energy bills and equipment damage.
If left unmanaged, you can end up with:
Kohmar can help you avoid damage or recover from it if it’s already too late. When you hire Kohmar’s professional team to apply your mechanical insulation you can expect:
At the end of the day, our goal is to keep homes comfortable and businesses operational with the best HVAC system possible. When you choose to protect your equipment you can eliminate unnecessary costs and concerns.
When it comes to mechanical insulation you’ve got options. There are multiple insulation materials on the market that can help with your HVAC mechanics – it can seem hard to choose without all the facts. Our team can help you make the best choice for your building and your budget.
You can choose from one or multiple of these insulation types:
This consists of layers of fiberglass placed between two pieces of paper or cardboard. Usually used to insulate HVAC ducts.
This isn’t the same as your favorite sweater. Rock wool, also known as mineral wool, is a high-density wool used to insulate pipes and water heater tanks.
Exactly what it sounds like, this material is sprayed into areas using pressurized equipment. As it becomes a dense sealant, it spreads to cover a wider area. It is often used to encapsulate ducts and pipework.
The team at Kohmar has decades of combined experience that helps them rock every insulation job.
We love getting new certifications, seriously we might be obsessed. This all starts with the NADCA certifications. NADCA is the industry-standard for HVAC work and when you choose Kohmar you’ll have a NADCA-certified worker on every job.
Hard work, determination and pure hustle keeps us up to date with the latest equipment and materials. Our mechanical insulation experts will ensure that each insulation job is done right and helps your HVAC run at maximum efficiency.
Give your HVAC’s longevity a boost and your energy bills a cut with mechanical insulation.
Kohmar’s HVAC experts can take on your encapsulation job and help you pick the perfect insulation material for your building.
Give us a call to schedule a consultation for mechanical insulation.