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Common Questions About Insulation

Insulation is an important part of a home’s energy efficiency. This product, when installed correctly, can save you money and make your home more comfortable. Below are a few common questions homeowners have about insulation.

  • What is an “R” value?
    This is an important questions if you are considering replacing your house’s insulation. The “R” value is how manufacturers measure their insulation’s ability to resist heat flow. Many do not realize that the quality of insulation steadily decreases overtime. Different insulation will have different values. For example, some spray foams will be rated higher than others. The same is true for polystyrene panels.

  • What is the best type of insulation?
    There is not one insulation that is better than the rest. Spray foam is popular because of the ease it is installed as well as its affordability. Homeowners also have the choice of polystyrene insulated panels. Since each kind has good and bad aspects, it is best to ask your contractor which will be best for your specific job.

  • What are the benefits of properly insulating my home?
    There are actually multiple benefits. One is that by doing this job correctly, the contractor can help decrease your heating and cooling bills by up to 49%. Another is reducing the amount of sound that is carried between walls. There is actually a type of insulation made just for this purpose, but any type you install will help with soundproofing.

  • What parts of my home need insulation?
    Many homeowners do not realize that more than just exterior walls need to be insulated. Every wall, ceiling, and floor in your house should have some sort of insulation product to improve energy efficiency and noise control. You should be particular careful with attics, basement walls, cathedral ceilings, and rooms built over unheated garages.
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    Cemcare Inc
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    1030 Chicago Rd, Troy, MI 48083
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    "Just moved into a home, and thought I would have to pull out all my carpet. Thankfully, I called Cemcare and they cleaned my carpet and it looks brand new. ..."
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    Advantage Insulation Distributors Inc Write review for this local business
    360110 Po Box, Strongsville, OH 44136
    (440) 846-8343  
    Distributors of residential, commercial, and industrial insulation products, including fiberglass, mineral wool, cellulose, and attic blow in insulation. We also have insulation accessories.
    Smith Group Bldrs-Skylight Insulation Write review for this local business
    Detroit, MI 48278
    (313) 532-1714  
    Choice Insulation Write review for this local business
    Detroit, MI 48278
    (313) 344-0760  
    Budget Mechanical Insulation Write review for this local business
    Detroit, MI 48278
    (313) 341-0665  
    Ampro Insulation & Weatherization Write review for this local business
    13501 Mount Elliott St, Hamtramck, MI 48212
    (313) 891-6000  
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    3828 Oakman Blvd, Detroit, MI 48204
    (313) 933-4223  
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    3828 Oakman Blvd, Detroit, MI 48204
    (313) 933-4233  
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    14251 Longview St, Detroit, MI 48213
    (313) 371-0822  
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    13501 Mount Elliott St, Hamtramck, MI 48212
    (313) 681-5126  
    Ace and Son's Insulation Inc Write review for this local business
    Dearborn, MI 48123
    (734) 459-9977  
    Sky Light Construction Write review for this local business
    Dearborn, MI 48123
    (313) 203-0172  
    Sky Light Construction Write review for this local business
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    Dearborn, MI 48123
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    2505 Burdette St, Ferndale, MI 48220
    (248) 545-6004  
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    1341 Wanda St, Ferndale, MI 48220
    (248) 398-7200  
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    910 E Drayton St, Ferndale, MI 48220
    (248) 546-2707  
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    910 E Drayton St, Ferndale, MI 48220
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    510 E 10 Mile Rd, Hazel Park, MI 48030
    (248) 850-8244  
    Rival Insulation Write review for this local business
    840 Hilton Rd, Ferndale, MI 48220
    (248) 808-6426  

    When choosing a contractor for your insulation, it is important to ask a few questions before signing on the bottom line. First, find out if the contractor is licensed and if the company has commercial, residential or industrial clients you can contact as references. Your utility company or the Better Business Bureau are also good sources for checking insulation contractors. Ask if the contractor is certified by the Insulation Contractors Association of America or a similar organization.

    Ask the contractor about the type of insulation he will use in your home, whether foam or liquid insulation that is blown or sprayed into the cavity, or rolls that are installed on the roof, walls and floor. Inquire about whether the insulation contractor uses fiberglass, cellulose, thermal or polystyrene materials for windows, pipes and walls. Whether your home is a new build or you are simply doing maintenance on your current structure, the right kind of foam or liquid insulation will lower your heating bills and sound proof your home.

    Once you select an insulation contractor, get all of the details of your project in writing. This should include the type of insulation uses, whether polystyrene or cellulose, and where it will go, such as windows, pipes or the attic. All insulation that goes into your home should be properly certified by the contractor. The method for installation, whether rolled, sprayed or blown, should also be included. A sound price that includes all the material and labor should be listed before you sign any contract with an insulation contractor.



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