Spray Foam Insulation Today of Puyallup by Home & Attic Insulators

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Thank you for visiting our site to learn more about our home insulation. We are pleased that you are considering giving us a shot. We have been serving residents of Puyallup for many years and they agree that we do the best job of insulating homes

To lower your monthly energy bills, you should talk to us about insulation. By using insulation, we can keep the temperature inside at a comfortable level and lower the amount of money you spend on heating and cooling.

Many Puyallup homes could benefit from a free energy audit because of insufficient insulation in pre-1978 homes. If you'll just give us a call, we can have an energy auditor visit your home for a no-obligation assessment.

More than 50% of energy you spend is going either to heating or cooling as a result of the spaces in your home’s insulation.

One way to save more on your monthly energy bill is by making sure that your home insulation is up-to-date. Increasing the energy efficiency of your home will make a big difference to how much you spend on heating & cooling throughout the year, so it's worth considering whether or not you want to embark on an insulation upgrade.

Want professional home insulation advice? Give us a call, we're here to help. Get in touch anytime for any queries or clarifications on your insulation needs, plus the friendly team is available 7 days a week.

To know how good a certain type of insulation product is, one should measure its R-values. R-values show the ability of an insulation material to resist heat transfer from the inside to the outside.

Homes in our area can benefit a lot from products with a high R-values, as winters are very cold and highly variable. These factors make it difficult to create stable conditions.

In the winter, heating from the inside moves towards the cold outside. In summer, conversely, air from outside enters your cooler room.

Insulating your home can make it a lot more comfortable to live in and can help you save energy.

Types of insulation

We offer top-of-the-line insulation products that are tailored to your needs & budget regardless of whether you’re a commercial, residential or industrial client. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, our professionals will work closely with you to help decide on the best product depending on what you need it for.

One of our energy specialists will visit your home, conduct a blower test, verify that there are no leaks or electrical interference in the wiring. Plugged vents are also an indication of potential leakage. This easy process helps you to understand the areas of your home that could benefit from new insulation.

To determine which type of insulation is the best option, the specialist will recommend one of these three options, depending on what a blower test tells them:

Batts and rolls insulation

This type of insulation is named 'blanket insulation' because it comes in a large roll that can be cut to any size. It's placed between the spaces in your attic studs.

Rock wool, recycled paper, cellulose, and fiberglass are all types of batt insulation. Each material has a different level of insulation properties and they vary in cost. You should always think carefully when choosing the right one for your property because it could be a significant investment in your future health.

Working with fiberglass can be tough on your skin, irritate it, and cause other health problems if not handled correctly. But improper installation can be just as bad --the efficiency of insulation is reduced by 50% or more due to the gaps in the installation.

Blown-in/Loose-fill insulation

R-Blown insulation is a type of insulation which is made up of tiny particles. They can be made from cellulose, fiberglass or even rock wool. It’s “blown-in” because it is applied with a hose and it comes in three varieties:

This product is perfect in many different areas in your home, including unfinished attics, new or old wall cavities, hard to reach spots and small spaces.

Rigid board insulation

This is the type of thermal insulation that is made using concrete and petroleum products, and usually comes in large sheets. It can be cut to fit any spaces in your house.

Rigid board insulation can be a great alternative for people who are building new properties, or for unfinished walls or new roofs. It can also be molded around your air ducts or pipes.

If you're considering a home addition or remodel, give us a call today for your free quote.

Spray foam insulation

This is the best kind of insulation for your house. Quality and thermal benefits that can't be matched elsewhere.

This is the best insulation product in the market today with the highest R-value. It's made of two different chemicals that are mixed & heated, after which it is released through a special hose to form a foam seal. Because it's 100% bio-safe, you can feel confident in letting your kids touch it or even eat it!

This product can be used between joists and studs or gaps in your wall. You'll drill a small hole into the wall, insert the spray which will fill the gaps with foam insulating material.

The solution for this is to take down the wall with sealant. Unlike knocking it down, the small hole won’t let debris show up and will keep bugs away.

Our service area:

Spray Foam Insulation Today of Puyallup

98371, 98372, 98373, 98374

146th St E / 127th Ave E, Pioneer Way E / 134th Ave E, Shaw Rd / 23rd Ave SE, E Main / 25th St SE, Summit, 128th St E / 86th Ave E, 160th St E / Gem Heights Dr E, 112Th St E / 58th Ave E, Canyon Rd E / 84th St E, Meridian E / 144th St E

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Facts about the city:

Puyallup is a city in Pierce County, Washington, just 16 miles from Tacoma and about 36 miles from Seattle.

Puyallup is named after the Puyallup Tribe of Native American, with puyallup meaning "the generous people." It had a population of 42,973 at the 2020 census. They're also home to the Washington State Fair - our state's largest fair.

The Puyallup Valley was originally inhabited by the indigenous Puyallup people. They call themselves "spuyaləpabš", which means "generous and welcoming behavior to all people (friends and strangers) who enter our lands."

The region was first explored in 1853 by a wagon train that traveled across the Cascade Mountains at Naches Pass.

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