Insulating your home properly, reduces energy consumption and overall carbon footprint. Going green not only contributes to the planet, but saves you money!
Fiberglass insulation offers many benefits. It is thermally efficient and economical. Fiberglass insulation costs three to four times less than spray foam insulation products. It provides excellent acoustics and is noncorrosive. It does not absorb moisture and will not settle over time. It is lightweight and unfaced material is noncombustible. Fiberglass insulation is a green product as it is manufactured from recovered glass cullet. We use fiberglass looseful applied over fiberglass batt material in attic applications. Fiberglass faced and unfaced batt material is used for wall, ceiling, and floor applications as well as for sound.
Today, there is a growing public concern for reducing damage to our environment and dependence on fossil fuels. GreenFiber responds to this concern by offering insulationproducts endowed with multiple environmental benefits produced in a virtually waste-free manufacturing process.
We use GreenFiber Insulation for use in walls of re-insulation applications. GreenFiber provides outstanding thermal performance, fire-resistance and sound control. GreenFiber’s Insulation products provide a barrier against air infiltration by filling gaps and voids. Consisting of 85% recycled content (SCS certified), GreenFiber Insulation is specially treated for flame resistance.
CLOSED CELL SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
For spray foam applications in areas such as joist ends, we use Touch ‘n Seal Spray Foam. Spray foam insulation has many benefits in the right application as well as many green qualities. Spray foam is a maintenance-free product. It reduces energy loss by as much as 40%. Spray foam reduces fossil fuel use and improves air quality. Spray foam is a permanent insulation. It does not shrink or settle like cellulose. It maintains a seal. It has no ozone depleting chemicals. Installing spray foam insulation helps to reduce green house gas emissions. It expands to fill the smallest to largest gaps and cracks and holes, reducing air exchanges. Spray foam insulation has a high R-value.