Insulation Rating

Insulation is given an R-value which represents the thermal resistance to conductive heat flow. If your home’s current insulation has a low R-value, then you are likely losing money each time you pay your energy bill. Improved insulation in your home is the best way to help save on energy costs.

The table below provides a look at the typical rating for specific types of insulation.

FeaturesOpen-Cell Spray FoamOpen-Cell Spray FoamFiberglass BattsCelluloseBlow-In Fiberglass
R-Value per inch3.77.03.54.03.2
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No Ozone-Depleting ChemicalsInsulation PageInsulation Page
No FormaldehydeInsulation PageInsulation PageInsulation PageInsulation PageInsulation Page
No Harmful EmissionsInsulation PageInsulation PageInsulation Page
Allows Downsizing of HVACInsulation PageInsulation PageInsulation Page
No Shrinking & SaggingInsulation PageInsulation Page
Reduces Airbornue Sound TransferInsulation PageInsulation Page
Not Damaged by WaterInsulation Page
Stops Airborne Moisture TransferInsulation Page
Prevents MoldInsulation Page

Contact the Crawl Space and Basement Insulation Experts

Saving money is usually at the forefront of most household budgets. Finding ways to reduce utility costs can be difficult unless you are willing to make improvements to your home’s existing structure. A great solution is to add spray foam insulation or completely encapsulating your basement or crawl space. You can save up to 40% on average household energy costs with improved insulation.

Call 919-847-7072 or complete the online contact form to schedule a no cost, no obligation consultation for an insulation upgrade.