Our highly trained team specializes in spray foam, batt, and blown-in insulation, as well as the removal of old insulation. We are committed to improving the efficiency of your home while providing a superior customer experience. Whether you are building a new home or need to upgrade outdated insulation, call 601-620-4949 for a FREE ESTIMATE. No job too big or too small! Insulation is an investment worth making.
Spray foam insulation is made of polyurethane and comes in two forms: open cell and closed cell. While spray foam is relatively new in some markets, Otto Bayer is credited with the invention of polyurethane in 1937. Polyurethane was then developed for other applications including shoe soles and cushions. In 1979, polyurethane began being used as building insulation. Spray foam insulation should always be installed by a professional spray foam technician. The actual process is a chemical reaction of two compounds (a resin and an isocyanate) combining to form polyurethane spray foam at the tip of a spray foam gun. An experienced installer monitors temperature, pressures, as well as many other factors, ensuring that the proportions are correct and your end-product is quality spray foam. To put it simply, spray foam insulation is NOT a DIY job! While spray foam will cost a bit more upfront, it is a wise investment. Savings of up to 50% on heating and cooling costs are common with properly installed spray foam insulation. Spray foam expands and seals off every nook and cranny resulting in a high thermal insulating value with virtually no air filtration. Our sales representatives can help you decide between open and closed cell spray foam or a combination of the two for the most effective insulation for your project.
Fiberglass batt insulation is an affordable option and and is especially effective when insulating for sound. Fiberglass insulation was developed in 1938 by a researcher named Dale Kleist. For years, fiberglass has been the "go-to" insulation choice because it is economical and quick to install. Almost half of the material used to make fiberglass insulation is recycled and much of the other portion is sand, so the renewability of fiberglass is another pro for many homeowners. Fiberglass batts are much more effective when cut to the correct dimensions and installed properly. Our trained installers also caulk the bottom plate and foam around doors and windows to ensure that your home is properly insulated as an added bonus when installing fiberglass insulation.
Blown-in insulation is quick to install and is a cost-effective way to insulate your attic. It is estimated that as much as 85% of the heat lost in a house passes through the attic. Simply adding blown-in insulation to the insulation in your attic can decrease your energy bill by up to 25% depending on your existing level of insulation. We can even "top off" your existing insulation and increase your R-value for better performance.