Home Insulation Phoenix – Barrier Insulation, Inc.
• Spray Foam Home Insulation
Being a binary liquid that is mixed at the spray nozzle it is applied and expands directly in place. It is the preferred insulation method for the phoenix area as it doesn’t just insulate, but also creates a seal that keeps your air conditioned air in your home, and all the heat outside where it belongs. It can be applied to new build and older homes all the same. Ranging from enclosed existing walls to new open wall cavities and even unfinished attic floors.
• Blankets, Batts and Rolls
This option of home insulation is produced using either fiberglass, mineral wool, plastic fibers or natural fibers. Batts and rolls can be used in unfinished walls, ceilings, and even floors. They are installed by setting the material between the studs, joists, or beams. This insulation is produced with common stud widths and is relatively inexpensive.
• Concrete Block Insulation
Foam board insulation is the preferred concrete foundation insulation. It’s placed on the exterior of the foundation to help shield the foundation of the home from the extremes of heat and cold. This type of insulation is installed typically during the new build of a home but can be installed during major renovations.
• Ridgid Foam Board
Built from either Polyurethane, Polyisocyanurate, or Polystyrene this type of foam board is used for foundation walls as well, but can also be used in ceilings or floors. It’s especially useful in unvented low-slope roofs. Typically to meet code this type of insulation must be covered by 1/2 inch sheetrock to comply with fire safety codes. It can be used for exterior home insulation but must be covered with a weatherproof facing.
• Loose-Fill Home Insulation
Consisting of small particles loose-fill insulation is made up of either fiberglass fibers, mineral wool, or cellulose. These materials are produced from recycled materials. Mineral wool is made from industrial recycled materials. Cellulose loose fill home insulation is produced from recycled newsprint and fiberglass contains material from recycled glass.
• Radiant Barrier Home Insulation
In contrast to most conventional insulation systems the radiant and reflective home insulation systems don’t try to stop conductive and convective heat flow, they reflect the heat using a variety of highly reflective aluminum foils. In addition to these foils they can also have a variety of backings which can increase their efficiency.
Home Insulation Energy Savings
Reflective and Radiant Barrier Home Insulation – In contrast to most conventional insulation systems the radiant and reflective home insulation systems don’t try to stop conductive and convective heat flow, they reflect the heat using a variety of highly reflective aluminum foils. In addition to these foils they can also have a variety of backings which can increase their efficiency.
You spend enough in your utility bills as it is every month. You can cut it down by just not using electricity and cook during the long summer months, or you can make an investment in your home’s efficiency. The average home can save anywhere from 50 – 70% with proper insulation. One of the biggest wastes of power is losing it through your homes insulation layers. They can break down over time and will need insulation removal.
The 3 Biggest Reasons To Insulate Your Home
Cuts Down On Electricity Bills
Saves you money and cuts down on the load our national power grid has to cope with.
More Comfortable Homes
Makes your home more comfortable, so when you get home from a hard day’s work, you don’t have a hard night’s sweat waiting for you.
All Year Thermal Performance
It makes it so that your walls, floor and ceilings are cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
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Contact us for an estimate on your current home insulation project by calling 602-499-2922 or send us your plans for residential insulation projects.