We handle the highest quality cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral wool insulation products.
Cellulose Insulation: Energy Efficient and Affordable Insulation Type
Cellulose insulation is an excellent choice for wall insulation in new construction. It saves you, on average, 38% more energy than traditional fiberglass batt insulation and can be blown into attics and walls. At a 20 degree air temperature, cellulose insulation saves 40% more energy than fiberglass or mineral wool insulation. Interested in saving 40% more energy in your home? Click here for a free estimate.
- Cellulose Insulation is manufactured from recycled paper and is the least polluting and most energy efficient insulation. Cellulose insulation has the highest post-consumer recycled content.
- It takes 10 times as much energy to produce fiberglass insulation as cellulose insulation.
- Cellulose insulation is non-flammable product and exceeds all U.S. government standards.
- Cellulose insulation will not rot, decay, or mildew, and it does not support fungus or mold growth.
- Our cellulose is treated to repel insects.
- Cellulose has excellent sound reduction qualities.
- Cellulose insulation is less expensive than other insulating products.At 20? F air temperature, cellulose saves 40% more energy than fiberglass and rock wool insulation.
Fiberglass Insulation: Traditional Insulation Type
Fiberglass batt insulation is an inexpensive insulation type to insulate walls. Fiberglass loose-fill insulation is made from molten glass spun or blown into fibers, which are then processed into the final product. It can be blown into attics. With its inorganic and non-flammable properties it is resistant to water absorption and a good absorber of sound.
- Fiberglass insulation does not settle.
- Fiberglass insulation is a six billion dollar business versus cellulose insulation which is a 125 million dollar industry.
- Fiberglass batt insulation is an easy way and affordable insulation type for do-it-yourselfers to insulate their own homes and make them more energy efficient.
Mineral Wool Insulation: An Older Insulation Option
Mineral Wool, also known as Rock Wool or Slag Wool, is mainly used in batt insulation form. Mineral Wool is very dense, which gives it superb sound reducing properties. Sound reduction is its primary use.
- Mineral wool is has the same characteristics of fiberglass insulation.
- Mineral wool is not used very often in attics any longer.
We’ve been in the business for 40 years, and we can advise you on the best insulation materials for your particular project. Contact us today and let’s get started on saving you energy and money.