Blown In loose Insulation
Installation of blown-in loose insulation
We now offer insulation for your home or business. In 2019, I took the certification contractor license test and received our C-2 Insulation and Acoustical Contractors license.
We install loose blown-in insulation as well as closed cell or open cell polyurethane spray foam insulation. We also have the capability to vacuum the old insulation out of your attic.
Insulation is one of the single most energy saving long term investments you can do for your home, office, commercial and industrial building. We can put the insulation in your attic, under the ceiling of the roof of your building, or even have the capability of spraying the insulation on the top of the roof with coatings to protect it.
We are excited about being able to provide these services. Polyurethane spray foam is very versatile for many uses including cold storages, insulating tanks of all types, sealing roofs, insulating walls and floors, or making yourself a fake stone in your landscaping. Polyurethane spray foam is used in the making of props and scenes at Disneyworld and many other same types of uses. Polyurethane foam is used in the taxidermist business to shape the animal under the tanned skins. Feel free to call us and ask us about any use you may dream up for us to try.
Polyurethane spray foam was first developed in Hawaii in the 1950s and 1960s and has been entering many different areas of construction and manufacturing ever since. It is very stable and builds additional structural strength to whatever it is applied to.
If you have a house attic with old asbestos insulation or rodent infestation and you need us to come take care of it for you, we would be glad to give you an estimate and clean it out for you. We also can re-fill the attic or cavity with new blown in loose insulation to whatever thickness you would like.
Polyurethane foam insulation: Two component materials that react when mixed together and rise according to the chosen density. We use 2 lb density insulation for wall foaming and we use 2.5 lb to 3 lb density insulation for roof foaming.
Blown in loose insulation: Fiberglass or non-fiberglass loose insulation that is purchased in bags and fluffed for filling the attic space.
Loose fill blown-in insulation inside attic of house
Loose fill blown-in insulation in attic of house