When it comes to insulating your home, you’ve got a lot of choices. You can do the research (the U.S. Department of Energy is an excellent resource, see: INSULATION) or turn to M&D Insulation’s expertise and years of experience to help you decide what’s best. We look at all aspects of your home’s construction and then recommend the optimum choices for comfort and value in insulation.
If you’re building a new home, adding on or finishing a basement, consider starting with a urethane foam sealant system like SPRAYTITE. Made by BASF, a SPRAYTITE system will prevent air infiltration and leaks. Since up to 40-50% of the average home energy bill is wasted on uncontrolled air leakage* this caGuy painting insulationn be a substantial savings on your heating and cooling bills. SPRAYTITE is then combined with conventional insulation products like fiberglass batt and/or blown-in cellulose for optimum cost efficiency and performance. Learn more about the different types of insulation.
Depending on the roof style, in the attic you can use a “blown-in” insulation like fiberglass loosefill, cellulose; fiberglass batts or some combination of any of these. And although fiberglass batt is one of the few types of insulation a do-it-yourselfer can easily install, you’ll appreciate the speed and efficiency of the M&D batt installers and the fact that you won’t be coughing for weeks afterward!
the traditional Cellulose insulation, which is made from 85% recycled paper fiber and gets in the hard to reach areas to offer an overall excellent performance. It has a higher R-value per inch than other insulation types and offers better sound control. Learn more about the different types of insulation.
Our insulation team adds energy efficiency, comfort & value to homes & buildings.
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