Michigan Spray Foam Insulation

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Third Coast Spray Foam, in partnership with Michigan Spray Foam Insulation, is a leading insulation company, providing our services across Michigan. Our qualified contractors will examine and give you the best insulation options for ceilings, walls, attics, basements, pole barns and or anything else your project requires.

From attic insulation to pole barn insulation, Michigan Spray Foam Insulation provides every single service to keep your living space comfortable year round.

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Why upgrade insulation?

Insulation controls the heat loss and energy efficiency of your home. Insulation helps keep your house warmer in winters and cooler in summers, saving up to 40% in heating and cooling costs.

The key role of insulation in any house is to provide comfort. Spray foam insulation is the best material at ensuring that your house reduces unwanted heat loss or gain. Furthermore, it helps to decrease the overall energy consumption of heating and cooling systems.

SPF (spray polyurethane foam) seals the gaps of your home no matter where they may be – attic, ceiling, door frames, basements and outer walls.

Energy Loss From Poor Insulation

Michigan Spray Foam Insulation provides attic insulation, wall insulation, basement insulation, crawl space insulation and pole barn insulation to regulate your home’s energy consumption better than ever. Don’t wait. Get your house, pole barn or other facility insulated today. Increase comfort and reduce your energy costs dramatically.

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Have questions related to your home insulation? Want to know how you can start feeling comfortable in your house or pole barn? Give us a call now. We’ll answer your questions and schedule a complete insulation consultation.

Spray Foam Solves a Number of Common Household Issues

Insulation defeats many household problems that have more to with just your heat consumption. Michigan residents often report a reduction or complete disappearance of the following issues:

  • High heating or cooling bills due to running the HVAC system more than needed

  • Cold floors and walls in the winter season

  • Pests or insects roaming around the house

  • Warm and cold rooms – temperature variation in different rooms of the same house

  • Dust and smell in crawlspace or attic

  • Rooms with currents of uncomfortable air

  • Forming of dangerous ice dams and icicles

Advantages of Spray Foam Insulation

Insulating your home with spray foam is a smart move as it has plenty of advantages. Here are a few.

  • A quieter home – spray foam reduces noise from outside
  • Significant reduction in dust, insects and pollen entering the home
  • Better humidity control of your home
  • Increased overall comfort
  • Decreased energy usage and cost
  • Even temperature throughout the home
  • Uniform flow of melting snow on the roof

Where to Use Spray Foam

There are specific areas to apply insulation to get the most out of the application. The following are some areas that you should consider as they hold the utmost importance.

  • Basement or crawl space insulation
  • Attics and ceilings
  • Exterior walls
  • Garage walls
  • Air ducts

Spray Foam Compared to Other Insulation

Depending on your needs, the specialists at Michigan Spray Foam Insulation will tell you which type of insulation would be the best to purchase. Although spray foam insulation can be used in just about every kind of application, you may require another insulation material. This could be based on your budget, location and area of application.

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.