Services We Provide
Spray Foam Insulation for Existing Homes, New Homes and Pole Barns Across Michigan’s Lower Peninsula
Planning your new construction home can be a little overwhelming at times as you want to make sure everything is perfect, from the flooring to the countertops to the right shade of paint. Considering the right insulation is a key decision, yet often overlooked, that will have a major impact on your family’s overall comfort along with how much you end up paying the local utility company each month.
Smart homeowners are asking their builder about spray foam insulation to avoid uncomfortable rooms, high energy bills and other problems down the road.
Is your current insulation holding your family hostage to uncomfortable drafts, cold floors, or high energy bills? Your family deserves a cozy home and freedom from outrageous heating and cooling costs.
With our spray foam insulation, Michigan families are falling in love with their homes again by intentionally taking back the control of their home with increased comfort and reduced monthly energy bills.
Poor attic insulation will allow your conditioned air, the air inside your home that you heat or cool, to leak right out of your house causing your furnace or air conditioner to work overtime. To give your wallet a break from these high energy bills and avoid other problems like ice dams, replacing your old attic insulation with spray foam will make everyone in the home happy – including your furnace and air conditioner.
Spray foam insulation can be successfully installed on the attic flat for a vented attic or on the roof deck for an unvented system.
You are sitting in your home during the winter and feel an annoying, cold draft. Unfortunately, nobody forgot to shut the door – it is just another day in the life living in an uncomfortable home with insufficient wall insulation. Insulating the exterior wall cavities with RetroFoam injection foam will compress any old insulation in the walls and seal up the area to prevent the outside air from coming in and the inside air from going out.
In most cases, the install process can be done conveniently from the outside of the home. We work with a variety of siding types including vinyl, aluminum, wood, and brick.
Is your family bothered by cold floors and freezing pipes in the winter? Like a furnace filter, the old fiberglass insulation in your crawl space allows air to pass through it, causing some problems during the cold Michigan winter. Replacing your old crawl space insulation with spray foam creates an air seal to keep the cold winter air out and is known to reduce family member requests for thick wool socks.
If mechanicals and ductwork are present in the crawl space, spray foam should be installed on the crawl space walls to allow the radiant heat to warm the floors.
Insufficient or no insulation in a rim joist could have homeowners feeling cold drafts around the foundation of their home. Spray foam will expand 100 times to fill all the cracks and crevices in the rim joist to insulate and air seal the foundation area, and can offer an amazing return on investment with reduced energy bills.
After removing any old insulation the rim joist can most often be insulated in just two hours or less.
Is your basement extremely cold in the winter and hot in the summer? Outside air leaking into the basement can cause those uncomfortable temperature swings. Insulating and air sealing the rim joist and basement walls with spray foam insulation can transform your basement into a comfortable space your family will enjoy, not complain about.
In most cases, unfinished basements are simple to insulate with spray foam, whereas finished basements can still be insulated but are more challenging to gain access to all the areas to insulate.
Do you dread working in your pole barn in the extreme Michigan temperatures? Whether it’s your man cave, a workshop, second garage, or an extra storage space you deserve a comfortable space to store your prized possessions and get your work done no matter what the temperature is outside.
Spray foam insulation is a great choice for keeping a consistent temperature and controlling energy costs in pole barns, metal buildings, and garages.
Types of Insulation
Closed Cell Spray Foam
Open Cell spray Foam
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Some of the Problems
We Solve With Foam Insulation
The superior insulating and air sealing characteristics of foam insulation can fix and prevent a variety of common problems in homes and pole barns, including:
High Energy Bills
Spray Foam reduces energy costs by filling every nook and cavity, leaving no holes, cracks, or seams for outside air to get in or inside air to escape out.
Loud Living Spaces
Spray foam insulation reduces outside noise pollution and helps create a more peaceful inside environment that your family will enjoy.
Mold & Mildew
Polyurethane spray foam insulation provides a moisture and thermal barrier protecting your home against harmful mold and mildew.
Nearly double to that of fiberglass (in R-Value) which translates to significant heating and cooling savings that will start paying for itself immediately.
Spray foam dramatically increases structural strength and overall building longevity.
By creating a barrier between the structure of your home and the elements, spray foam insulation is able to help get rid of uncomfortable drafts typically associated with traditional fiberglass insulation.
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Not only was I blown aways by Brandon's quality of work but his professionalism and ability to work around my schedule was very impressive. My project was different than most and due to timing with other subs Brandon agreed to come in after 7 at night and work several long hours two days in a row to help me meet my deadline. Would recommend integrity spray foam to anyone.
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