Dehumidify the Space with an Indoor Pool
If it ever rains in your house and water rolls down the walls, then it would be nice to know that we have a solution for you, wouldn’t it? People with indoor pools or hot tubs know exactly what we mean. At The Darville Company, we have designed a system for your home that can put an end to those foggy windows, dripping ceilings, and soaked walls. After all, an indoor pool room should be a wonderful and inviting sight. Our climate control for
We’ve been there when our customers needed us for nearly 70 years. For cleaner air and a comfortable home and pool room, call the professionals at The Darville Company today.
Adequate attic insulation ensures that your heating and cooling system doesn’t work overtime, wasting valuable energy dollars. Safe fiberglass Insul-Safe III insulation is blown into every nook and cranny of your attic to keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.
Insul-Safe III is noncombustible, nontoxic, not corrosive, and is as permanent as glass. It won’t rot or decay and contains no chemicals to corrode wires or pipes.
Also available are Trane, Rheem, Lennox, and Daikin.
Heating and cooling loss equals money loss. Our insulation professionals will help you choose an action plan for your home that will save you money! Call us for a free estimate today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I dehumidify my pool room?
If it’s being kept at a comfortable swimming temperature, your indoor pool is going to release a lot of excess moisture. This moisture will increase the humidity in your pool room and needs to be dealt with properly to avoid mold and mildew growth. Humidity from unmaintained pool rooms can get so bad that it deteriorates your ceiling!
Do I need a dehumidifier if my pool room is well-ventilated?
We absolutely recommend it. If your pool room is well-ventilated, you’re either using a ventilation system that’s replacing your humid pool room air with air from outdoors or leaving windows in the room open. Both of these options waste a lot of energy, usually costing you more money over time than if you’d invest in a dehumidifier.
What is R-value and what value do I need for my home insulation?
The higher the R-value, the better your insulation insulates. Put simply, the R-value is based on how well a material resists heat. The Darville Company uses Insul-Safe III fiberglass insulation that’s optimized for West Texas homes.