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Phoenix, AZ

Having a total of 1,608,139 residents, it’s not surprising anymore why Phoenix is the most populated city in the state of Arizona. With a hot desert climate that produces long, dry summers, Phoenix truly stands to its moniker The Valley of the Sun. Due to its extreme hot climate, homeowners see to it that their properties are endowed with an excellent insulation type.

Mesa, AZ

Seated in Maricopa County, Mesa is hailed as the most populous city situated in the East Valley section of the Phoenix metropolitan area. Just like any other city in the state of Arizona, Mesa is also endowed with a hot desert climate, which means the city has long, hot summers and mild winters; making installing insulation a must of every home in this location.

Chandler, AZ

Chandler is a city in Arizona located southeast of Phoenix. Desert Breeze Park, which offers antique train rides on the Desert Breeze Railroad, is one of the city’s many parks. The Solar System Walk, a scale model of the planets, is part of Veterans Oasis Park, which also contains wetlands and a Sonoran Desert setting. Tumbleweed Park is home to Playtopia, a themed playground.

Glendale, AZ

A hot climate is what will welcome you when you visit Glendale, especially in the months of June and July, which is typical for any city located in the state of Arizona. What’s used to be a desert is not home to 226,710 people who get to enjoy all the wonderful parks, attractions, and other amenities the city offers.

Gilbert, AZ

The City of Gilbert features a subtropical desert climate type that makes the whole city a dry and hot place during summer but little rainfall is produced during its warm, mild winters while its latest census reported that a total of 243,254 people are living in the city. Over the years, Gilbert has shown significant growth and transformation that made it an even more ideal city to live in.

Tempe, AZ

Tempe is a lovely inner suburb rooted in between the rest of the East Valley and the core city of Phoenix, which is home to 180,587 people. This city features a hot, desert climate and has a higher degree of diurnal temperature variation compared to other neighboring cities located in Phoenix, so it’s only right for homes to have high-quality insulation to combat the intense heat.

Peoria, AZ

The City of Peoria is rooted in the counties of Yavapai and Maricopa although most of the city is found in Maricopa County and just a small portion is located in Yavapai County. This major suburb in Phoenix has a total population of 175,961 and always had a hotter climate much like other cities in Arizona with June and July being the hottest months of the year.

Surprise, AZ

Surprise is a city brimming with sports activities especially because it is where you can find the largest racquet and tennis complex in the Southwest plus urban fishing lakes and golf courses that bring in lots of tourists all year round. The city’s latest census reported a total of 117,517 inhabitants who get to experience its summer-like climate all year round.