Spray foam insulation – $$$
Through a hose and nozzle, spray foam is sprayed onto walls, ceilings and other surfaces. This substance further expands into a thick barrier that contains millions of tiny air-filled cells.
Blanket fiberglass insulation – $$
Made up of mineral fiber, processed fiberglass or rock wool, batt and blanket insulation is applied below floors, above ceilings and between wall studs. This insulation material is resistant to fire and has a good R-value similar to cellulose.
Loose-fill cellulose insulation – $$
Also known as a top solution for making up the attic patches, loose-fill cellulose insulation includes fibers that are sprayed to cavities. Special equipment is used to sprinkle the substance into attics and other locations.
Rigid board insulation – $
Made up of fiberglass, polystyrene or polyurethane, rigid board insulation comes in a variation of thickness specifications. It’s used to workaround flat roofs and settle up basement walls as perimeter insulation at concrete slab edges.