We look beyond Attic Insulation and Wall Insulation to provide a nicely snug insulation solution that completely envelops your Home. Delivering Insulation like this helps you to be able to control the heat, air, moisture and sound. Even the smallest gaps and cracks can be filled with spray-on insulation. Properly insulating your Home not only keeps your heating and cooling costs low and also improves comfort in your Home.
Conducting Industry Standard Thermal Imaging Home Audits to ensure we deliver the highest efficient product to your Home.
As Phoenix Insulation Professionals, we will explain the Different kinds of Insulation and materials that are best suited for your Home or Office.
Does your Attic look like this? Is it in bad shape?
Does the insulation in your home have fire damage or water damage? Is it contaminated with smoke smells or rodent droppings, bird waste, insects or other foreign material? If so, this could seriously effect your Air Conditioning Unit. Would you like a clean slate and be able to start over?
We can Professionally Vacuum out all of your old Insulation and then install fresh new Insulation. Extraction prices vary per job; starting from just $.075/per SQF. Factors that can effect price are Accessibility, Material, Quantity, Disposal and the condition.
Batt Insulation consists of long rolls of Insulation fibers, which are held together with a paper or reflective foil backing. The insulation fibers may be comprised of fiberglass, Cellulose, Mineral Wool or even recycled blue jeans. While Rolled Batting works well for expansive spaces, it does not fill tight or in awkward spaces, regardless of material. A professional installer will need to tailor bits of Insulation to fit around framing and electrical junction Boxes, where it is easy to leave voids.
Fiberglass: 2.9- 4.3
Cellulose: 3.7 - 3.8
Mineral Wool: 3.0 - 3.3
Cotton: 3.7- 3.8
Spray foam insulation is applied as liquid and quickly expands almost 100 times its size into a thick foam that fits snugly in wall cavities, crevices and gaps- ensuring no missed areas.
Additionally, it can be installed in hard-to-reach areas, and around piping and wiring. Spray foam insulation can help :
Blow-in insulation if loose fill material is installed using a truck mounted or portable machine and blown into the attic through a hose. Blow-in is used for new construction and retro fitting existing attics with additional insulation. R-values for blown-in are determined by the material, installed/settled depth, and density.
There are different benefits for Cellulose and fiberglass insulation.
If you would like to know more, in order to further understand the difference in benefits, please give us a call.