Home is Where The Heat Is

Make your new house into your forever-home by ensuring it is outfitted for the future. You have enough on your plate with a new mortgage. Did you know that heating and cooling costs make up the highest percentage of your energy bills? So, why not take this opportunity to get ahead by installing the highest rated insulation on the market. That adds up to an average energy savings of 50% as opposed to the 30% provided by less efficient types of insulation.

Which Insulation Is Right For You?

We have an insulation solution for every project, and every budget. 


Sprayfoam is in our name, because we stand behind it's value. It may be more expensive than the alternatives, but for good reason. Not only does it provide a high R-value, but it provides an air tight seal that other insulation alternatives can't provide. If you'd like to learn more about why we love sprayfoam insulation click below to visit our sprayfoam page.


Roxul falls into the mid range of pricing, more expensive than the fiberglass, but less than sprayfoam. It is made from stone and recycled steel slag. These readily available and sustainable materials make Roxul more durable, less irritating, and less dusty than fiberglass batt. Along with the higher price comes the benefit of a higher R-value than fiberglass insulation. For the same thickness, Roxul provides a higher R-value meaning you can use less Roxul and have the same insulating power as Fiberglass batt. Similar to fiberglass Roxul is moisture resistant. Roxul actually repels water, and won’t absorb moisture like some of its competitors. This keeps your insulation spaces dryer, and protects the materials around it. Roxul is also inert meaning it is resistant to mold, bacterial growth, and rot. That means Roxul keeps performing without compromising the health and integrity of your home or commercial building. Roxul gives you peace of mind with a fire resistant design that makes safety a high priority in your living space. Unlike Fiberglass, Roxul is great for sound proofing. It effectively reduces airflow and sound transmissions. Its higher air flow resistance means better sound attenuation for a quieter environment.


Fiberglass has the benefit of being the cheapest option available for insulating your home. Thanks to its high availability and the use of inexpensive materials in the manufacturing process, fiberglass is one of the most affordable types of insulation you can choose. You can choose between standard and high-performance batts to optimize your insulating power, no matter how much space you have to work with. Most fiberglass batts are manufactured with 20-30% recycled glass material, making it an eco-friendly choice for insulating your home or business. It is water and fire resistant, although it does not provide the air tight seal that sprayfoam can provide.


If you are looking to insulate an attic, one of the most popular solutions is blown in cellulose insulation. Cellulose is a mixture of recycled newspaper and wood that is typically treated with a chemical that provides both fire and pest resistance. The R-value (thermal resistance) for cellulose insulation is estimated at R3.5 for every inch of thickness. It's a quick and effective solution so that you don't have to worry about your energy costs in your new home, and because it's a recycled material you'll also be doing your part to help the environment.