This polebarn located in Howell, Michigan was insulated with spray foam.
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The blown in blanket method of insulating makes for a well-insulated building. The fiberglass is installed with a consistent pressure to ensure the greatest thermal efficiency of the fiberglass and filling every gap in the wall system.
The picture above shows the excellent coverage of the blown in batt method.
This Milford, Michigan house is insulated with fiberglass batts. Fiberglass is an excellent choice for insulating. It is time-tested and is better now than it was even a decade ago!
One of the more difficult areas to insulate in a house is a bonus room. The walls are open and putting insulation in the walls can be tricky without support. The thermal ply allows us to insulate the walls properly and prevent any gaps and falling insulation over time.
Spraying cellulose into the exterior walls makes for a very comfortable home as well, reduces noise from the outside.
When we spray the cellulose, every gap is filled and the wall system has high density insulating properties.
This ceiling was insulated with high r-value fiberglass and the voids were spray-foamed.
The combination of these insulating materials ensures complete coverage!
One of the most effective ways to keep your floors warm in the winter is to insulate the stem wall that goes all the way around the perimeter of your house.
If you keep the crawlspace warm and dry, your floors will be warm and your house will be properly insulated.
Spray foam is an excellent insulating material.
The video below demonstrates our attention to quality when it comes to spray foam. You may be wondering why the cavities are not completely filled… Closed Cell Spray Foam is so effective, it provides superior insulating and draft prevention with this thickness. It also makes it great for adding wires in the walls later if you want to add components in your home.
This home was insulated with open cell spray foam. This foam provides excellent vapor barrier protection and insulating properties. This assures no gaps and your home is weather-tight.