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Need to find an insulation contractor? Our online service will help match you to a professional in your local area. The insulation contractors you are matched to will provide you a cost estimate or price quote for common insulation projects include: attic, ceiling, roof, wall, and pipe insulation.
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Rolled insulation. Rolled insulation ranges from 3 inches to 12 inch thick material. It is the most common form of attic insulation. Alternate names: blanket insulation, batt insulation. Types of materials used: fiberglass, mineral wool (rock or slag), plastic fibers, and natural fibers. Primary uses: to insulate walls, ceilings and attics. Get a rolled insulation price quote.
Blown-in insulation. Blown-in insulation is a loose material that is blown through a tube into the space to be insulated. Alternate names: loose-fill, blown insulation, blow-in insulation, spray insulation (not to be confused with spray foam insulation). Types of materials used: loose fill cellulose, fiberglass, mineral wool (rock or slag). Primary uses: to insulate attics, walls, and roofs. Receive a blown insulation cost estimate.
Foam insulation. Foam insulation is a liquid injected or poured into spaces. As it dries it expands to its full thickness. Alternate names: spray foam insulation, foamed in place insulation, poured insulation. Types of materials used: cementitious, phenolic, polyisocyanurate, and polyurethane. Primary uses: to insulate walls and ceilings. Free price estimates from foam insulation contractors.
Reflective insulation systems. Reflective insulation is typically a thinner type insulation that is installed on roof and wall elements. Alternate names: radiant barrier insulation. Types of materials used: foil paper, plastic film, polyethelene bubbles, and cardboard. Primary uses: to insulate unfinished walls, ceilings, and floors. Get bids from local insulation installation services.
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