This crawlspace perimeter is insulated with closed cell spray foam. This is an excellent way to keep your floors warm in the winter.
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These pictures and video show the detail and expertise of our spray foam applications. We strive for an even and smooth appearance. This garage is located in Milford, Michigan.
Fiberglass is an effective insulating material. It can be installed quickly and is used even in the harshest climates.
This project is a new home construction in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Drill and fill is a method that insulates an existing wall with minimal impact to the wall’s appearance. Brick exteriors present a unique challenge. A small hole is drilled into the mortar joint so a small nozzle is able to inject cellulose insulation into the wall cavity.
This video is a job in Novi, Michigan. We show the process and the final outcome of the work.
This project was performed in Dexter, Michigan.
Cellulose panels provide a clean, natural insulation for basements. They are in panel form. This eliminates the need for unsightly framing. Basements are notorious for dampness which can develop mold. These panels resist mold and fungal growth.
The density of the cellulose makes an excellent noise barrier.
This video shows the installation of closed-cell spray foam in the bonus room of new construction. Bonus rooms are difficult to insulate and other materials (i.e., fiberglass and cellulose) are typically not able to stop the inflow of air due to the angles and openness of the floors in these rooms.
We used closed-cell spray foam to provide the highest R-value and best air sealing for this bonus room.
Wall spray cellulose is an excellent way to insulate a house, filling every gap and providing full comfort and efficiency.
This video shows our attention to detail and a superior installation of cellulose in a house with vaulted ceiling.
This is a job we did in Howell for a customer who had duct work in their attic. The duct work was wrapped with thin insulation and emitted heat into the attic causing the snow on the roof to melt and eventually leading to damaging ice dams. We used closed cell foam in this application which kept the duct warmer and the attic cooler. Spray foam is the most effective way to air seal ducts and keep the warm air in the duct where it belongs.