Air leaks can result in higher energy bills. In fact, air leaks can waste 40% of the energy needed to heat or cool your home or business. Properly insulating your home or business is a great solution, one that can significantly minimize wasted energy and lower monthly heating and cooling costs. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, we offer many insulation options ranging from spray foam insulation and fiberglass wall insulation to rockwool insulation and batt insulation.
If you want to cut energy costs in your home or business, the team at Spray Foam Insulation Today has the perfect solution for you.
We offer many types of insulation to choose from, including:
This type of insulation consists of a pink wooly blanket of fiberglass material that’s stacked in rolls. The base R-value for insulation is 3.2.
This loose-fill material consists of ground-up paper and cloth. Cellulose is blown into spaces using large hoses under air pressure. This insulation has a base R-value of 3.8.
Rockwool insulation is a type of mineral fiber rock-based insulation that consists of recycled slag and basalt rock. Slag is a byproduct of the copper and steel industry, while basalt is volcanic rock. Rockwool insulation is vapor permeable, yet moisture resistant.
Fiberglass insulation consists of very fine glass fibers. This material is commonly found in residential homes. It’s often used in a few types of insulation; rolls, and batts, as well as loose-fill insulation. This material is designed to limit the amount of air leaking from and coming into a home and can make a home feel more comfortable in colder and hotter weather.
Spray foam insulation, or spray polyurethane foam, works as a barrier against leaks by sealing cracks and gaps. This will significantly reduce your energy bill.
This material is created by combining polyol resin and isocyanate. When these two components are combined, they expand in size as the foam cures and hardens.
Spray foam is a popular insulation option, mainly because:
Below, you'll find a list of additional services we offer at Spray Foam Insulation Today:
Whether you’re building an additional room or renovating your home, attic insulation is very important. Improper insulation in your attic can cause your energy bill to skyrocket. It can also impact your comfort level during the winter and summer months. Proper attic insulation can resist heat transfer from the attic to a home’s living quarters. During the winter, heat energy in warm rooms or areas will rise, passing into the attic through the ceiling by conduction or radiation or direct air leaks. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, our dedicated attic insulation team will get the job done right, the first time. Our attic insulation service will help lower your energy bill, to a more manageable price.
One of our inspectors will visit your home for a thorough inspection to determine your weatherization needs. Proper weatherization will lower cooling and heating costs, can make your home more energy-efficient, and will make your home healthier and safer.
Some weatherization work we offer includes:
Homeowners often spend a lot of time making sure their house is well insulated, but they often forget about their garage. But by keeping out cold and heat, a well-insulated garage, including the walls, ceiling, and garage door, can prolong the life of your vehicle, keeping plastic surfaces, leather, and paint from prematurely aging.
Does your home have a hard time retaining cool air in the summer or heat in the winter? This is a major sign that your home may have poor air sealing. Proper home insulation will help keep the heated air from leaking to the outside and vice versa, making it easier for you to maintain a comfortable home. The air sealing process utilizes the right type of insulation to seal the air inside your home, minimizing energy waste.
Unfortunately, poor insulation is a common problem in most homes. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, our team can ensure your home is properly insulated and prepared for the upcoming colder or hotter weather.
Basement wall insulation can make a big difference in your home, making your basement a more inviting space. In older homes, most basements are left uninsulated. An uninsulated basement will allow air from the outside to get into the exposed walls, basement ceiling, and rim joist. A lack of proper insulation can make your basement incredibly uncomfortable during the winter and can also cause cold floors upstairs or can lead to drafts.
The most commonly used insulation for basements includes fiberglass insulation and spray foam insulation. Contact our team today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced inspectors. An inspector can assess your basement to determine the best type of insulation for your home.
Older homes commonly experience fluctuating temperatures. Good ceiling insulation will keep the home’s interior temperatures consistent. Fluctuating temperatures can make it difficult to maintain an optimal indoor environment and can cause discomfort for household members.
During the heating season, the air temperature in the room may be comfortable, but your floors may be cold. When your home doesn’t have the proper floor insulation, even a warm room can feel cold because your feet are cold. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, we can help you eliminate cold floors in your home. We offer several insulation options that are designed to help you save money on your heating bill and make your home more comfortable, all year long.
With the right insulation materials for a crawl space, your crawl spaces will be more energy efficient. The type of crawl space insulation we will recommend for your home or business will depend on whether you have unventilated or ventilated crawl spaces. Most types of crawl spaces are vented, which prevents moisture problems. Contact our office today and schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors. We can assess your crawl spaces and determine your home’s vent crawl space sealing and insulating needs.
Installing roof insulation on your home can save you hundreds of dollars a year, or an average of 10-20% of energy consumption. Without proper insulation, moisture from melting snow or rain can cause attic mold growth or permanent damage to your roof. Insulating your roof will lower your energy bill while protecting your most important investment, your home.
Insulating your loft is an effective way to reduce your heating bill and minimize heat loss. When installed correctly, loft ceiling insulation will pay for itself several times over in its 40+ year lifespan.
Does your home feel too drafty? Does your home get too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer? This can be a major sign that your home needs fiberglass wall insulation. A lack of wall insulation will make a home uncomfortable and drafty, especially in the winter and summer months. Insulated walls will provide a more comfortable environment while lowering your monthly energy bill.
A home’s ducts are responsible for moving conditioned air throughout a house. Uninsulated or leaky ducts can have a major impact on a home’s comfort and efficiency. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, we’re experts in duct insulation. Contact our office today to speak with one of our experienced team members and find out how the technicians at Spray Foam Insulation Today can help.
Properly insulating your home or business can make it more energy-efficient and comfortable. The trained and certified technicians at Spray Foam Insulation Today are experienced in a variety of insulation installation areas, including crawl spaces, garage door insulation, roof insulation, and more. Because every home and business is unique, we take an individual approach to find the solution that will work best for your budget and your needs. We will assess your insulation needs and present you with the best solution. Contact our office today to learn more and find out how the team at Spray Foam Insulation Today can help.
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