Spray Foam Insulation Today of Issaquah by Home & Attic Insulators

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We’re honored to have served King county, Washington for the last several decades. We’re even more excited to bring our services closer to you in Issaquah. We specialize in providing home insulation for our customers in King county

We want to make sure you live a comfortable life all year round. Our services include insulation for your home so you can save on energy costs & stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

You need a professional solution for home insulation that lasts and provides reliability. We have a variety of options, all top-of-the-line, including spray foam. It is both durable & easy to install! Learn more about our other solutions below.

When buying insulation make sure you know about heat transfer and insulation. There are two things to take into consideration when choosing an insulation product for your home. First, is what type of heat transfer does your house get? Second, how insulating is the insulation that you want to buy?

For example - in the winter days, you need to use a furnace to provide some extra warmth. The heat from the furnace will spread over your home and occupy areas that are colder. In summer, people stay outside on hot days and all of that warm air enters your house

These two scenarios illustrate heat transfer. If you live in this area you'll most likely need to turn on the heating (or air conditioner) throughout the year. This means you consume more energy and pay more money.


These are units that measure how well an insulating material stops heat transfer. Essentially, R-values measure the ability of a material to resist heat transfer.

For King County, Spray Foam Insulation recommends you use high R-value insulation products such as spray foam because they have a higher insulation capacity. The higher a material’s R-Value, the higher its insulation capacity, and vice versa.


When you have a budget to consider, it can be easy to put off investing in an essential element of your home. But you’ll want to make sure that there’s something affordable for you on our list.

Whether you need insulation or not, we are here to answer all of your questions.

Whats your energy rating? Call our office today and get a free appointment with one of our qualified auditors who will come to your house on the date of your choosing! You can even book online!

Types of Insulation

Home insulation products are necessary to promote a comfortable household. Although any ranked company should be reputable, our top home insulation products are:

Batts & Rolls Insulation

Batts & rolls: They are made of either material, typically for use in walls, basements, or attics. They work best when fitted inside but you can also roll them up to easily get them into places where they fit awkwardly or have irregular measurements.

Blown-in Insulation

The type of insulation you choose is important, and it will depend on the location. Blown-in insulation is made from recycled glass fibers that pack tightly when blown into a space. If you can't reach a space with batts or rolls, loose-fill is the best option.

Rigid Foam Insulation

Rigid foam sheathing is a high quality insulation option for new or refurbished homes.

Insulation also has the advantage of being able to work on either the interior or exterior of a house. It can be fitted onto unfinished walls, unused roofing materials, and even in ceilings with no need to remove any fixtures.

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam - the best solution: Spray foam is a special kind of insulation material made by mixing two types of temperate liquids, before heating.

Foam is sprayed to the targeted space and expands as it comes in contact with it. The foam can cover up to 50-100 times its original size. It cools down to form an airtight, pressure resistant & water tight membrane.

In order to get the best results from your spray foam insulation, you need a professional installation. That’s why we at Spray Foam Insulation Today in Issaquah guarantee an expert installation for all our customers.

You can't find better insulation with higher R-value. Spray foam has the highest R-value (6.88 per inch) available, which means any modern home will benefit the most with its usage.

When you use professionals like Spray Foam Insulation Today for your insulation job, you'll get the maximum insulation possible for years on end.

By using spray insulation, you're saving money on your energy expenses upfront. It commonly only takes just a few years for the cost of the insulation to pay for itself.

Installing spray foam is a task that requires skill and expertise. That is why only a professional should do the installation. Poor foam insulation installation can reduce insulation efficiency by significant margins- potentially leading to gaps which are not insulated & heat loss.

This is the solution we usually recommend for most of King County homes. It also reduces noise from the outside environment, improves air quality, discourages pests & rodents, and doesn't require you to make any major modifications.

It will also add to the resale value of your home.

Our service area:

Spray Foam Insulation Today of Issaquah

98027, 98029

Providence Point, Squak Mountain, Tibbets Creek Valley, Gilman

More locations where you can find our services.

Facts about the city:

Issaquah is a city located in King County, WA. It was founded in 1853 and by 2020, its population had grown to 40,051.

I-90 bisects the city of Issaquah, which is home to the headquarters of Costco. It's also bordered by Sammamish Plateau on the north and "Issaquah Alps" on the south.

Issaquah is the perfect location for the Seattle-area consumer. It's 24 km east of beautiful Seattle, and in close proximity to Bellevue and Sammamish.

According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 11.4 square miles (29.5 km2), of which 11.4 square miles (29.5 km2) is land and 0.02 square miles (0.05 km2) are water

Issaquah is bordered on three sides by the Issaquah Alps {also known as our local mountains}: Cougar Mountain on the west, Squak Mountain to the south, and Tiger Mountain to the southeast.

The majority of Squak and Cougar Mountains is protected as public lands. As neighborhoods emerge on their lower slopes, the bulk of the two mountains remain preserved as Squak Mountain State Park and Cougar Mountain Regional Park.

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