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Pipe and Duct Insulation

Frost King offers innovative do-it-yourself solutions to help you insulate pipes and ductwork from cold winter nights with temps that plummet well below zero.

If your ductwork and your hot water pipes are not properly insulated or not insulated at all, you could be wasting up to 40% of your monthly home energy bill.

Frost King’s pipe and duct insulation solutions not only save you money, they’ll make your air conditioning and hot water heater work quickly and efficiently.

Browse the products below. Got a question about pipe and duct insulation? View the FAQs and videos below, or call customer support at (800) 299-5700.



Can the Heat Cable Kits be used on plastic pipes?

The Heat Cable Kits can be used on plastic water pipes only if they are primary supply pipes.

The pipes should have, “Schedule 40,” printed on the side.

How should I secure the Heat Cable Kit to my pipes?

You can secure the Heat Cable Kits with just about any type of tape, but stay away from Masking Tape.  Masking Tape doesn’t have the strength to secure the Cable Kit any length  of time, because the adhesive tends to dry out.

While it’s best to use tape, Cable Ties or Zip Ties will work as long as they are not pulled so tight that they cut into the cable.

Need some more information? Here are the Heat Cable Kit Instructions.

How many linear feet would 60 feet of Roof cable Provide?

When Installing the Roof Cable Kits on your roof edge using the “WWWW” pattern, a good rule of thumb is, for every 20 feet (including the downspout) of roof you plan to cover, you will need approximately 80 feet of Roof Cable.

More Information…

Roof Cable Instruction Video

Roof Cable Instruction PDF