All About Insulation

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CAL Spray Foam specializes in sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) on agricultural buildings and storage facilities like water tanks. There are numerous applications for foam insulation, insulated wine storage tanks, temperature controlled storage rooms in food processing plants, many manufacturing need precise climate control. Polyurethane foam can offer flexibility with stable temperatures creating savings that you business needs.

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Spray foam is the best type of insulation for any structure, tanks, grain bins, barn, warehouse, cattle buildings or home. Located in California CAL Spray Foam can spray foam insulation in any size structure or building to make it temperature controlled. Our business model allows us to serve the entire state.

There are many types of materials in insulation solutions available in the insulation industry today. The type of product to be used in your home or application can best be recommended by a one of our qualified insulation contractors. The following is an general overview of the types of insulation and uses to help in your understanding of the industry:

Insulation Type

Insulation Materials

Where Applicable

Installation Method

Advantages of Insulation

Blanket: Batts/Rolls
  • Fiberglass
  • Cellulose
  • Mineral (rock or slag) wool
  • Plastic fibers
  • Natural fibers
  • Unfinished walls
  • Foundation walls
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
Fitted between

  • Studs
  • Joists
  • Beams
Suited for standard stud
and joist spacing.
Concrete block insulation Foam beads or liquid foam:

  • Polystyrene
  • Polyisocyanurate or polyiso
  • Polyurethane
  • Vermiculite
  • Perlite Pellets
  • Unfinished walls
  • Foundation walls
  • New Construction
  • Renovations
Involves masonry skills. Units have 10 times the insulating
value of conventional concrete.
Foam board / Rigid foam
  • Polystyrene
  • Polyisocyanurate
  • Polyiso
  • Polyurethane
  • Unfinished walls
  • Foundation walls
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
  • Unvented low-slope roofs
Interior applications:
Must be covered with 1/2-inch
gypsum board or other
building-code approved material for fire safety.Exterior applications:
Must be covered with weatherproof facing.
High insulating value for relatively
little thickness.Can block thermal short circuits
when installed continuously
over frames or joists.
Insulating concrete forms (ICFs)
  • Foam boards
  • Foam blocks
  • Unfinished walls
  • Foundation walls
  • New Construction
Installed as part of the building structure. Insulation is literally built into the
home’s walls, creating high thermal resistance.
Loose-fill Blown-in
  • Cellulose
  • Fiberglass
  • Mineral (rock or slag) wool
  • Existing wall
  • New wall
  • Cavities
  • Unfinished attic
  • Floors
  • Hardreach places
Blown into place using special equipment Good for adding insulation to existing
finished areas, irregularly shaped areas,
and around obstructions.
Reflective Insulation
  • Foil-faced kraft paper
  • Plastic film
  • Polyethylene bubbles
  • Cardboard
  • Unfinished walls
  • Ceilings
  • Floors
Foils, films, or papers:
fitted between wood-frame studs,
joists, and beams
All suitable for framing at
standard spacing.Bubble-form suitable if framing
is irregular or if obstructions are present.Most effective at preventingdownward heat flow.
Rigid fibrous or fiber insulation
  • Fiberglass
  • Mineral (rock or slag) wool
  • Ducts
  • High temperatures
HVAC contractors fabricate the insulation. Can withstand high temperatures.
Spray Foam Insulation
  • Cementitious
  • Phenolic
  • Polyisocyanurate
  • Polyurethane
  • Existing wall
  • Newwall
  • Cavities
  • Attic
  • Floors
Applied using small spray containers or in
larger quantities as a pressure sprayed
(foamed-in-place) product.
Good for adding insulation to
existing finished areas,
irregularly shaped areas,
and around obstructions.
Structural insulated panels (SIPs)
  • Foam board
  • Liquid foam insulation
  • Straw core insulation
  • Unfinished walls
  • Ceilings
  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • New construction
Builders connect them together
to construct a house.
SIP-built houses provide superior
and uniform insulation
compared to more traditional construction methods;
they also take less time to build.

Attic Insulation Installation

To maximize energy efficiency and save money with insulation, the attic is the first place you to look. Insulating your attic is the easiest ways to make your house more energy efficient. Hot air rises, making attics one of the biggest sources of heat loss, but you don’t have to worry about if your attic is insulated!

If you’re looking for attic insulators in California, CAL Spray Foam can provide a free estimate. We can install any type of insulation or Brand in your attic, including:

  • Radiant barrier insulation (or foil insulation)
  • Fiberglass insulation
  • Cellulose insulation
  • Blown-in insulation
  • Spray Foam Insulation
  • Batt or Roll Insulation

Our home insulation experts typically recommend Spray Foam Insulation or radiant barrier. Radiant barrier insulation or foil insulation is a great option for attics because it increases your home’s ability to reflect, rather than absorb, the sun’s heat.

The Benefits of Attic Insulation

You may not visit your attic every day, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook the space! If you don’t install insulation in your attic, your home will be much hotter and more uncomfortable in the summer and colder during the winter.

Foil insulation is recommended for attics, but there is no “right” type of attic insulation. The cost-effective option is to combine a radiant barrier with blown-in insulation. Most insulation are good at stopping heat transfer. Fiberglass insulation is very effective at stopping heat transfer into a colder area. Cellulose insulation has similar qualities to fiberglass. Radiant barrier insulation, helps your home reflect heat from the sun, keeping your home a lot cooler.

Insulating your attic ensures:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Reduced outside noises
  • More comfortable space
  • Uniform temperature throughout your house

Attic Insulation in California

Being properly insulated, an attic should be sealed and ventilated as well. A CAL Spray Foam insulation company will be able to give you more specifics on attic insulation.

If you have any questions or if you’re ready to start your insulation project in contact our attic insulators in California today! (866) 406-8647

Batt / Roll Insulation Installation

With home insulation, there are many things to consider, the amount of insulation needed, where to insulate, etc. Home insulation is fairly complex and out of the average homeowner knowledge level, this is where our CAL Spray Foam professional insulation company can help! Free Estimate call (866) 406-8647

Have you heard of batt insulation? It’s a type of blanket insulation. If you want to install batt insulation in your California home, contact CAL Spray Foam today!

Installing Batt Insulation

Normally made of fiberglass, batt roll insulation is available in pre-cut pre-sized panels that go in between the studs in your wall. It can be used to insulate any area of your home—walls, ceilings, crawl spaces, etc. This is one of the most commonly used forms of insulation.

Batt insulation stops air infiltration, heat transfer, it fitting snugly between joists, rafters and studs. This means improved energy efficiency and a home that is more comfortable year round!

If you live in a humid climate, faced batt insulation is ideal, especially  if you’re insulating the exterior walls.

Benefits of Batt Insulation

Batt insulation has a number of advantages, when installed in exterior walls. Batt insulation helps reduce the energy used by your heating cooling systems!

Battor Roll insulation can also help:

  • Lower your energy bills
  • Keep your home more comfortable year round
  • Reduce noise coming in from outside

Batt Insulation Installation in California

Call us today if you’re ready for your free home insulation estimate. We want to help you make the right decisions about your home’s energy efficiency! (866) 406-8647

Blown-in Insulation Installation

Tired of high energy costs? You certainly aren’t alone. No one likes to see their bills steadily increase. If yours are increasing and you’re not sure why, read below!

Does your California home need more attic insulation? What type of insulation should you buy? All good questions call us for answer.

With home insulation, there’s a lot of factors to consider. Also, there are many factors to determine the best type or amount of insulation to use. Variables that including the type of cooling and heating systems you have, the area of the home you’re insulating, the material of your home’s frame, etc. This is why it is highly recommended a professional home insulation company like CAL Spray Foam advises you before you make a decision!

Attic Blown-in Insulation

Blown-in insulation is installed in the attic and walls of many homes. Blown-in insulation is the best if you need to insulate finished walls but don’t want to tear them down to open them. It works like it sounds the insulation material is blown into the wall using a very powerful blower. Though used mostly in attics, blown-in insulation is used in crawl spaces and exterior walls as well.

If you need to insulate a your home and want to add more insulation to your home, blown-in insulation offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Increasing your home’s energy efficiency
  • Reduction in noise coming in from outside
  • Making your home temperature stable and  comfortable all year long

Blown-in Insulation Contractors in California

Blown-in insulation in your attic is guaranteed to make your home more energy efficient and save you money! If you want to learn more about blown-in attic insulation and its benefits, call CAL Spray Foam and schedule a estimate on your California home!

Blown-In Insulation Company California

Tired of high energy costs? If your energy bills are increasing and you’re not sure why, it’s more than likely your home needs more insulation!

Does your home need more insulation? If so, where should you insulate? What type of insulation should you use? All good questions we can answer when helping you choose the right type of insulation installation for your home in California.

There’s a lot to consider, much of it outside the realm of the average homeowner. Getting around wall obstructions, such as wires, plaster keys can be tricky. There are many factors that help determine the best type and amount of insulation to use and when. This is why it’s highly recommended a professional home insulation company like CAL Spray Foam Insulation!

Attic Blown-In Insulation

Blown-in insulation is installed in the attic and walls of many homes. Blown-in insulation is ideal if you need to insulate closed-up walls but don’t want to tear them down and renovate. Though used mostly in attics, blown-in insulation can be used in basements, crawl spaces and exterior walls as well.

Whether you need to insulate a new home or want to add more insulation to your attic, blown-in insulation offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Maximizing your home’s energy efficiency
  • Reducing noise coming in from outside
  • Making your home more comfortable, no matter what time of year it is
  • Snugly filling small cracks and gaps and helping stop air infiltration

Blown-In Insulation Contractors in California

It doesn’t matter if you want to blow in fiberglass or cellulose—blown-in insulation in your attic is guaranteed to make your home more energy efficient and save you money!

Office Insulation Installation

Is your company’s office building costly to maintain the temperature? We have over years of experience insulating offices, other commercial buildings throughout the California State.

The insulation we install saved companies thousands of dollars on their bills. Join our satisfied clients and call us today for a free insulation estimate!

Why Should You Choose Our Office Insulation Contractors?

The professional experience you can count on. We are well trained, fully licensed, our professional commercial team understands the insulation business. Finishing the insulation job correctly, safely, on time – on budget is our highest priority.

We stay well informed of the changing codes and UL guidelines.

Our Insulation Services

If you need more insulation installed in your commercial building. Or you need acoustical ceiling insulation services, look no further! Your covered we can complete your commercial office insulation job in a timely, safe manner!

Insulating your office or commercial building offers a number of benefits, including:

Increased energy efficiency – stops energy from leaking into your building and escaping out.

Higher levels of comfort – warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer!

Reduced outside noises – insulation in your walls keeps external noises to a minimum.

Reduced carbon footprint – decrease the amount of carbon emissions your building produces.

Healthier environment – stable indoor air temperature and quality!

We insulated many offices and commercial buildings California. We can help you start increasing energy efficiency and saving money today!

Get a FREE Estimate for Your Office Insulation installation!

Ready to insulate your commercial building or office building? We provide free commercial insulation estimates to businesses throughout California call us today!

Green Insulation Installation

The U.S. Department of Energy and ENERGY STAR, sealing and insulating the “envelope” or “shell” of your home is often the most cost effective way to make your home more energy efficient and comfortable.
You reduce your home’s energy consumption, by adding insulation. We use CertainTeed’s fiberglass insulation to insulate new and existing homes throughout California.

Green Insulation in California

You want to install insulation in your home the green way? Be more eco friendly with CertainTeed “green” insulation! How much more eco friendly is CertainTeed’s fiberglass insulation than other types of insulation?
Facts about CertainTeed’s fiberglass green insulation:
A typical pound of fiberglass insulation saves 12 times as much energy in a year as the energy used to produce it – then the fiberglass insulation continues to conserve energy year after year.
CertainTeed environmentally friendly insulation is currently made with an average of 35% recycled glass.
CertainTeed fiberglass environmentally friendly insulation products are GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified, ensuring very low or no emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Learn more about CertainTeed insulation products and their commitment to sustainability.
CertainTeed’s Eco-Friendly Fiberglass Insulation
Besides its positive impact on the environment, green insulation products provide other benefits as well. Green insulation:
Is a cost-effective solution for reducing energy consumption
Can make your home more comfortable year round
Helps improve the efficiency of your air conditioner
Get a FREE Green Insulation Estimate for Your Home!
Do you want to insulate your home using the most environmentally friendly material? We insulate homes and businesses throughout California with CertainTeed’s fiberglass insulation.
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Soundproofing Insulation Installation

You may have heard the term “soundproofing.” That’s because insulation materials not only stop heat transfer but they also help with sound control.

Insulation helps reduce noises from outside and inside your home or property, between different rooms and at different levels. To a degree, any insulation material helps reduce noises, the best types of insulation to install for soundproofing purposes are fiberglass and cellulose.

If you’re in California, our team can install soundproof insulation in your office or commercial building or home. Read below to learn a little more about insulation soundproofing!

Benifits of Soundproof Insulation

Loose-fill cellulose and fiberglass insulation are the best insulation materials for soundproofing. Acoustical ceiling tiles are another way to provide soundproofing for your building in California. We offer insulation and acoustical ceiling tiles from quality manufacturers in the industry.

Insulation reduces both airborne noises and impact noises. This makes soundproofing insulation or acoustical ceiling tiles very effective, especially in loud environments like a factory.

Wall Insulation Installation

How energy efficient is your home? Not sure? Check your energy bills! If they have been higher than normal, your home isn’t as energy efficient as it could be!

How do you tell what the source of the problem is? Professional home insulation installers will be able to tell you if you need more insulation or not. How do you know?High energy bills, if you’re noticing outside noises sound louder even when the windows are closed, it’s warmer or colder with your windows opened than closed.

Installing Insulation in Walls

Walls are the best places to insulate, hands down. When it comes to insulating walls, here a couple things to keep in mind:

First, exterior wall insulation and interior wall insulation are essential.

Insulating walls with fiberglass or cellulose or spray foam is recommended.

Benefits of Wall Insulation

The exterior wall insulation and interior wall insulation offer a number of benefits, whether cellulose or fiberglass. If you have tiny cracks and holes in your home’s envelope, insulate your walls with cellulose, which is effective at reducing air infiltration. A lot of air leaks out of your house through the walls!

Wall insulation also will:

  • Lower your monthly energy bills
  • Make your home comfortable all year around
  • Muffle outside noises and keep noisiness in.
  • Ensure uniform temperature throughout your home

Insulating walls is the best way to maximize the energy efficiency of your home, and insulation contractors will be able to tell you which insulation material would be most suitable and how much wall insulation you need.

Wall Insulation Installation in California

If you have more questions about insulating walls, our wall insulators are happy to help! Do you need wall insulation in California? Call us today to schedule a FREE estimate! (866) 406-8647

Crawl Space Insulation Installation

Getting ready to insulate or re-insulate your home? The crawl space, if you have one is very important in insulating your home. If your home has a crawl space that isn’t insulated, it is not as energy efficient as it could be!

Live in California and need crawl space insulation? The home insulators at CAL Spray Foam have you covered. We’ve been insulating crawl spaces in the area for years. We can recommend the right solution for you and your California home.

Benifits of Insulating Crawl Spaces

Your home has a crawl space, it needs to be insulated and properly weatherized and sealed. If you don’t you’ll end up with issues like moisture problems and soil vapor intrusion. Crawl spaces are a big source of energy loss in homes. A lot of air leaks in through your crawl space in your home. Crawl space insulation and sealing is optimal because insulation a crawl space that is insulated but not sealed won’t do a whole lot in terms of maximizing the energy efficiency!

Ventilated vs. Unventilated Crawl Space Insulation

Is your crawl space ventilated or unventilated? You should find out before insulating. Our insulation contractors will be able to tell you. Ventilated crawl spaces should be insulated under the subflooring. When it comes to insulating crawl spaces that are unventilated, wall insulation is very important.

For a small area, a crawl space can have a big huge impact on your home’s energy efficiency if not properly insulated. No matter what type of crawl space you have and what material you use, you’ll notice the difference crawl space insulation can make.

Crawl Space Insulation in CA

Do you have any other questions about crawl space insulation and what it requires? Crawl space insulation in California. Contact us today for a FREE estimate!

Foil Insulation Installation

Low-E Attic Foil Insulation Installation in California

An attic radiant barrier will keep your home cooler. Since the surface of your roof is the most exposed portion of the house to the sun, radiant heat from the sun is transmitted into the attic during the day. This increase temperatures and hinder the performance of insulation. But with radiant barrier insulation, you can limit the amount of heat that comes in. Using radiant barrier in conjunction with standard attic insulation is the most effective way to help eliminate heat infiltration besides Spray Foam.

Call us today for an attic foil insulation consultation and estimate at (866) 406-8647 !

Types of Low-E Insulation for Attics & Roofs

There are different types of low-E foil insulation available. We install:


LOW-E Reflective Insulation is a best selling reflective insulation across the US. Consisting of a polyethylene foam core with scrim-reinforced, double-sided aluminum facings, LOW-E foil insulation can be used in all parts of the building industry where traditional insulation materials are used. It can be installed by itself or in conjunction with mass insulation products for a higher R-value. From large commercial buildings to homes, LOW-E foil insulation can be used to reduce heating and cooling costs for any type of project.

  • You save money and increase energy efficiency
  • Blocks the majority of radiant heat
  • High thermal performance
  • Excellent vapor barrier
  • Installed easily with razor knife and foil tape
  • Help reduce condensation and moisture infiltration
  • Helps improve the performance of other insulation systems

For more information about LOW-E foil insulation get in touch with one of our Insulation Technicians to schedule a consultation!

Need to Install Attic Insulation?

If you live in California and need to install attic insulation. We offer high-quality low-E foil insulation designed to help you save money and increase your energy efficiency efforts. (866) 406-8647

Fiberglass Insulation Installation

Fiberglass insulation is the most popular methods for insulating homes. It is one of the oldest and most effective ways to reduce heat flow. Fiberglass insulation keeps heat from entering into your home, keeping the temperature stable.

Fiberglass insulation is blown-in loose-filled or rolls and batts. It is made of up to 40% recycled materials. Environmentally friendly product that significantly reduces your energy bills!

Fiberglass and loose-fill, or blown-in, insulation is used in many areas of your home. It is particularly useful if you fill lots of small gaps, leaks and crevices in the attic. Rolls or batts are designed to fit snugly between wall and floor joists in any area of your home, including the attic and any crawlspaces.

Benefits of Fiberglass Insulation Installation

Being environmentally friendly, fiberglass insulation is beneficial for a number of reasons.

The most common and cost-effective types of insulation available

It is excellent at stopping heat transfer

It will also help lower your energy bills!

Denser fiberglass insulation has a higher R-value, which refers to the insulation’s resistance to heat flow.

Ultimately, the higher the R-Value, the better! Learn more about why blown-in fiberglass is a good alternative to foam.

Schedule a FREE Fiberglass Insulation Estimate

For any fiberglass insulation needs we can help. Contact our fiberglass insulation  installers today if you’re ready to insulate your California home with fiberglass. We offer free home insulation estimates to ensure you get the fiberglass insulation you need to start saving money!

Rigid Board Insulation Installation

Homeowners think of insulation, they see pink fibers that look kind of like cotton candy.. In other words, they think of “fluffy” insulation, but there is another type of insulation that can help reduce your energy bills, rigid foam board insulation.

Rigid board insulation is exactly like it sounds, it is a foam panel that can be cut easily enough. 2′ x 8′ and 4′ x 8′ are the sizes most often used, but the panels vary in thickness and width. Rigid foam board insulation is overlooked, but it is a good solution for insulating your home.

Just because rigid foam board insulation panels are easy to cut, it doesn’t mean the average homeowner should do a insulation installation project without consulting professionals.

Rigid Foam Board Insulation

There are three types of rigid foam board insulation:

  • Polyisocyanurate (polyiso): polyisocyanurate rigid board insulation comes with reflective foil on both sides. This makes it great for attic, the foil helps your home reflect, rather than absorb the sun’s energy.
  • Extruded polystyrene (XPS): extruded polystyrene rigid board panels have smooth, plastic surfaces they extremely durable. XPS rigid foam board insulation  doesn’t absorb water easily.
  • Expanded polystyrene (EPS): EPS rigid board insulation is great for reducing moisture infiltration. It is used for both new construction projects and re-insulating. It has a lower R-value than both XPS and polyiso board.

Benefits of Rigid Foam Board Insulation

The benefits of installing rigid foam board insulation are similar to other types of insulation.

Rigid board insulation will:

  • Increase the energy efficiency of your house and reduce your monthly energy bills
  • Stabilize your homes temperature
  • Muffle noises from outside
  • Reduce your carbon footprint, Stay Green!

Other types of insulation, unlike rigid foam board insulation is better at reducing moisture infiltration and associated problems such as mold and mildew growth, wood rot, etc. Rigid foam board insulation panels eliminate air infiltration, making them an ideal choice for older, drafty homes.

Cellulose Insulation Installation

For an environmentally friendly product that will help optimize your home’s energy efficiency, cellulose insulation is the thing to do. Made from mainly recycled materials, cellulose loose-fill insulation is recognized as among the very environmentally friendly insulation goods in the marketplace these days.

Cellulose is a powerful solution whether you should insulate your entire house or simply your crawl space. Really, it is great for just about any part of the home and supplies a lot of the exact same performance features as fiberglass insulating material, like control that is sound.

The specialists at OJ Insulation will help if you would like to insulate your California house using cellulose. We are able to scrutinize your property and let you know the way much insulation you need and where you should insulate!

Benefits of Cellulose Insulation Installation

Besides helping reduce your electricity bills, cellulose insulation:

  • Reduces external sounds
  • Makes the interior of your house more comfortable
  • Has a higher R value (that is nearly 4 per inch)
  • Has features (comprises more than 80% recycled stuff)
  • Remove or can decrease air infiltration
  • Your house is guaranteed to be energy efficient and a lot more comfortable!

Radiant Barrier Insulation Installation for California Homes

Does one need to insulate your attic? An improperly insulated attic can easily debunk your time and efforts to make your home more energy efficient. All that hot air leak from your home and will rise, and through the summertime, the energy of the sun’s will be consumed, making your home much warmer.

Insulation is a terrific option for maximizing energy efficient. Among the best methods to maintain your attic properly sealed is by insulating it with radiant barrier. Radiant barrier insulation is extremely effective in reflecting sunlight from your house, so that your loft (and therefore, the rest of your house) can remain cozy, year in and year out.

Benefits of Radiant Barrier Insulation

  • Installing radiant barrier in your loft can:
  • Reduce heat transfer into your attic
  • Result in A/C savings as high as 12%
  • Reduce attic temperatures by up to 30 degrees
  • Increase attic insulation efficacy
  • Increase A/C efficacy
  • Lower temperatures and enhance conditions

Low-E is reflective insulation in the country’s number one selling kind. It is manufactured utilizing a polyethylene foam core reinforced double sided aluminum facings. Low-E insulation could be used in all facets of the building sector where normal types of insulation are utilized. It could be used by itself or in conjunction with mass insulations -systems, such as radiant barrier insulation. From large commercial buildings to residential houses, Low-E insulation may be used to spend less on heating and cooling costs.

Low-E reflective insulating material also:

  • Saves money and time
  • Is nontoxic and contains no fiberglass
  • Is the best vapor barrier
  • Is category A, Type 1 Fire Rating
  • Has exceptional thermal performance
  • Reduces condensation
  • Improves insulating material performance
  • Is Insect Resistant
  • Low-E insulation has additionally passed the ASTM 286 Fire Test. The test can be viewed by you here.

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All of us have pay heating and cooling bills. Most of us need to cover less than we do. Installing type and the proper amount of insulating material at home . By avoiding the escape of conditioned air is the best way to save lots of energy and money in your house. In addition, it increases the comfort of your house not only does installing insulating material save energy and cash. Considering there are so many insulation options, making the best choice for your loved ones and your house is challenging.

Insulate You?

House Insulation is one investment you can make to your house that can pay off. Though you don’t see it working the insulating material accounts for approximately 2% of the charge to assemble a new dwelling and can saves up to. A dwelling that is not thermally inefficient reduces the amount of energy needed to keep it. A decrease in energy consumption means you pay less on your power bills.

Investing in quality insulation is the single-most cost-effective way to get a homeowner to spend less on their energy prices that are future.

Fiber glass insulation conserves more than it costs to create energy in a one year.

Quality insulation results improved acoustics and in relaxation year-round temperature distribution

Resale value will be increased by a properly insulated house.

Choosing a reliable, quality insulation contractor is essential! (866) 406-8647

Our commitment to exceptional customer service, quality work and standing ensures a quality job.

The reassurance that you’ve hired a contractor which is qualified to deal with your occupation using materials and the newest techniques.

Competitive pricing and excellent service you expect from an insulation contractor.

A contractor who’s committed to you personally and your endeavor. We take our work very seriously.

The information that the professional contractor executes best practices of insulation insulation around the country.

Insulation Removal Service

Can you have to get rid of old insulation in your home or commercial building? Occasionally insulation removal is necessary prior to re-insulation (retrofitting).
We provide commercial and residential insulation removal–schedule a consultation.
You will find times when insulation ought to be taken off, although sometimes new insulation can be set up on the top of old insulating material. An insulation professional is going to be able to assess your insulation and ascertain whether or not it needs to be eliminated. But generally, insulation in your attic, walls and crawl space has to be removed if it is:
Infested by rodents
Moist or wet
Insulation Replacement
Should you need damaged or old insulating material removed in your home or commercial building, OJ Insulation might help. We clean the area will take away the insulation and install new, high quality insulation. We offer solutions that are different, including:
Damaged by fire or anything else

Radiant barrier

How to Choose a Top Insulation Company

The Top Six Most Asked Questions About Insulation

Can you have to put in insulation in your house that is new, or does your house need more insulation? There are many insulation businesses that are local! But first things first-how in the event you select an insulator? How does one select the right one?

It may be overwhelming to determine which insulating material business provides you with just what you would like in the cost you would like if you are going for a house insulator. At OJ Insulation, we’re focused on supplying homeowners with the very best quality service in the best costs.

Why Select Our CA Insulation Business?

We one of the most effective insulating material firms in California for commercial buildings and residences?

Our expertise in the insulation business

We have been insulating companies and houses in California!

Free estimates

Not only might we offer pricing that is competitive, but we also provide totally free estimates for insulation occupations.

Quality workmanship on each house insulation occupation

We take additional things to do to make sure your property is protected with all the appropriate insulating material.

Fair recommendations for the insulating material of your home’s

We will not bill you for insulating material and guarantee complete honesty you do not actually want.

Competitive costs for many house insulation

Professional and insulation contractors that are punctual

Security for the family while your house is being insulated by us

Take a look at our website about choosing the most effective insulating material firms in California, to find out more!

Insulation Manufacturers

OJ Insulation installs insulation from the industry’s top manufacturers, including:

Insulation Manufacturers

Ceiling Tile Manufacturers

How Are Air Sealing & Energy Efficiency Related?

Is your home as energy-efficient and comfortable as it should be? If it isn’t properly insulated and sealed, it isn’t! Homes that don’t have enough insulation and sealing are more vulnerable to heat loss and air leakage.

When it comes to maximizing the energy efficiency, you should ideally both insulate and seal your home. In fact, air leaks undermine the performance of insulation, so homes that are insulated but not sealed aren’t doing much to help increase overall energy efficiency.

Insulation & Sealing

Common Sources of Air Leaks

Places in your home where you can usually find air leaks include:

  • Attics
  • Crawl spaces
  • Around windows and doors
  • Duct vents
  • Dryer vents
  • Fireplace flues
  • Where the chimney and siding meet

Common Places to Insulate

Not surprisingly, some of the most common places to insulate are where air leaks commonly occur:

  • Attics
  • Crawl spaces
  • Walls (especially near windows and doors)
  • Rooflines
  • Ducts

Usually, if your home is drafty and uncomfortable (particularly near the windows), temperatures are uneven from room to room or the second floor is unusually hot and stuffy, chances are your home isn’t adequately insulated and sealed.

Benefits of Insulation & Air Sealing

Increasing the energy efficiency of your home and helping reduce utility bills are the major benefits of insulating and sealing homes. But there are other benefits as well.

Installing insulation and sealing air leaks can also help:

  • Your home stay comfortable all year long
  • Reduce noises from outside and between different rooms and levels inside
  • Reduce the amount of pollen and dust entering your home
  • Control humidity levels
  • Lower the risk of ice dams forming on the roof

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What is Blanket Insulation?

Do you have to insulate your property in Southern California? Chances are you’ll probably work with a blanket insulation system. Consisting of batts or rolls, blanket insulation is one of the most frequently used kinds of insulation.

This type of insulation consists of little fibers–largely fiberglass but also occasionally mineral wool (rock and slag) or natural fibers. Roll insulation comes with and without facing, and continuous rolls could be cut and trimmed to fit the space you have to fill. Batt insulation is available in several widths and pre-cut panels.

Where to Install Blanket Insulation

Blanket insulation is usually installed in unfinished walls (including foundation walls), floors and ceilings. It’s fitted between studs joists and beams that are free from obstructions like conduits, wiring, ducts, etc.

Blanket insulation can also be utilized as acoustical insulating material for retrofitting warehouses and other such commercial buildings, as well as thermal insulating material for places within the house (typically in attic spaces). The truth is fiberglass insulation is one of the finest kinds of insulating material to use for sound management!

The R value of fiberglass blanket insulation is dependent upon its depth. It has an R-value of around R-2.9 to R-3.8 per inch of thickness. To provide you with a better notion, insulating material that is 3 1/2 inches thick has an R-value of about 11, and insulation that’s 12 inches thick has an R-value of about 38. R-value can be catchy to understand–but a professional insulation firm will soon have the ability to help you out!

Radiant Barrier vs. Blown-In Insulation
The Top Three Most Asked Questions About Radiant Barrier

Should I Install A Radiant Barrier Even if I Already Have Loft Insulation?

For those who have enough thermal insulation in your loft–cellulose or fiberglass insulation installed in the flooring, knee walls, etc.–that’s amazing. Your house is more energy-efficient than many other dwellings. But radiant barrier insulation may be needed by you also.

The attic is and is among the largest sources of energy loss in houses, thus, certainly one of the greatest areas to insulate. In warm climates like here in Southern California, the best loft insulation–and most cost effective option–is a composite of a radiant barrier along with thermal insulating material. So even if you have enough cellulose or fiberglass insulating material, you might still want radiant barrier insulation, which works differently than materials that are thermal.

Radiant Obstacle vs. Blown-In Insulation

Radiant barrier is made of foil and is normally installed in attics, right underneath the roof. It can help your house reflect, rather than absorb, heat in the sun, which keeps your dwelling a lot cooler and much more comfortable, particularly in the summer. In fact, dwellings with radiant barrier insulation are up to 10 degrees cooler than houses with no attic insulation –this makes a huge difference with our warm temperatures here!

Instead, a mixture is most likely the most cost-effective–you’ll have to communicate with an insulating material company for details, though.

Radiant barrier is especially advantageous if:

Your loft has air ducts
You’ve got an asphalt roof (which absorbs heat more readily than other kinds of roofing, such as metal)
Your dwelling gets little or no shade
Would you Want More Attic Insulation?

Unsure in the event you’ve got enough loft insulation? There are some hints you can watch out for on your own that could signal you want more insulation, although insulation professionals will have the ability to inform you for sure:

The 2nd story of your house is not uncomfortably cool
Your air conditioner is running in the summer
To learn more about radiant barrier insulation and also other attic insulation, or when you must install more insulation in your house.

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Building with insulation or retrofitting a house is basically re-insulating.

New construction insulating material describes the insulating material that’s installed during construction of building or a house. It’s normally simpler and much more cost effective to insulate a house or building which is being constructed, but occasionally retrofit insulation is needed–insulating material can settle over time. In addition, it can be installed incorrectly, and you will want to update afterwards to take pleasure in the advantages, including energy savings as well as a more comfortable home throughout the year when that is true.

Insulation for Existing Dwellings

That is one thing–you will most probably be requested about insulating material in the event you’re creating a custom house.

How else are you able to tell in case you should set up retrofit insulation? There really are a couple distinct signals:

Your energy statements happen to be steadily rising

Your house is drafty

Retrofit insulating material is not all that different than new building insulating material when it comes to materials it is possible to use. It is possible to use any stuff to update building’s or your house’s insulation:

While these are not all the signs that suggest you need to re-insulate your house, they’re some simple ones.

Cellulose insulation

Fiberglass insulation

Foam insulating material

Retrofit Insulation: Material

Perhaps you have heard the term “material”? It is a method of retrofitting and building layout that reduces increase and heat loss through the use of the correct quantity of insulation and energy-efficient construction that is air-tight.

They’ll find a way to assist you to discover just how much you need, and which type of insulating material to put in, where to install it. They will even be comfortable with regulations and codes.

The kind of insulating material you install is dependent upon several elements , for example the variety of HVAC system you might have, what kind of loft you’ve got, and much more. Occasionally you will want to install two kinds of insulating material. For instance, radiant barrier insulation is installed in the loft, right underneath the roofing, but other places in your house–such as the walls–may demand thermal insulating material like cellulose and fiberglass. For details about your position, you need to speak with an expert insulation business.

The Top Three Most Asked Questions About Insulation

With house heating and cooling prices always growing, homeowners are always trying to find brand new methods to spend less on electricity and natural gas prices. One of the ways to allow you to save on your own power bills will be to put in insulating material. Nevertheless, deciding on the best insulation could be catchy. Two popular varieties of insulating material you’ve likely heard of are fiberglass and cellulose. What’s the dissimilarity between which fits your property and cellulose insulation and fiberglass?

What’s Cellulose Insulation?

Cellulose insulation is the best insulation merchandise that is eco friendly –the truth is, it’s manufactured of up to 85 percent recycled stuff.

What’s Fiberglass Insulating Material?

Fiberglass insulation consists of artificial substance, composed of glass fibers that were incredibly thin. Insulating Material comes in rolls that fit between house beams that are normal as well as as loose-fill insulation that may be blown into difficult-to-reach spaces and walls that are existing.

Most fiberglass insulating material is pink even though it’s a neutral colour.

Benefits of using fiberglass insulating material comprise its own easy setup and its light weight, its comparatively low price. Fiberglass insulation created using recycled glass is increasingly accessible, which makes it an excellent option for homeowners considering using “green” building products.

Fast Comparison

The key similarities between cellulose and fiberglass insulation are:


Environmentally friendly features

Blown-in setup

Works in various areas (walls, loft, etc.)

The key differences between cellulose and fiberglass insulation are:

Organic vs. artificial substances

Colour (and cellulose is neutral in color – typically a grayish white)

R value and weight

In the event you’re able to include insulating material that is new to allow you to conserve cash, let OJ Insulation assist you to select the best insulation for the Southern California house and answer your inquiries! Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Do you know the advantages of Insulation?

Everyone understands the energy savings insulating material can offer, however you will find in fact a lot more advantages of installing insulating material than lowering your own monthly statements! Insulation is among the most effective ways to get your house more energy-saving, also long term worth is offered by it.

Signals You Need

How can you tell if you want more insulation? It is better to keep in touch with insulation contractors that are professional, but generally, there are some signs that suggest you likely need to re-insulate, including:

Energy statements which have been growing for no obvious motive
AC running ordinary in the summer
Very cold walls and floors
Ice dams in the roofing in the winter
Advantages of Insulation

There really are plenty of motives to put in insulating material, not only to make your house more energy-efficient (though this is the principal reason folks re-insulate their houses). Insulation provides several other advantages too, including:

More Cozy House Inside: Atmosphere most frequently gets into your house through holes and tiny gaps in ceilings, doors, walls and the windows, and a house that isn’t correctly insulated can be uncomfortable and drafty.

Sound Control: In case your residence does not have enough insulation, external sounds – and sounds between degrees and distinct rooms inside the house – can be loud. Cellulose fiberglass and foam provides your house needs to the soundproofing.

Enhanced AC Efficacy: Your air conditioner always needs to work to maintain your house comfortable through summer time.

Less Water & Air Infiltration: Water infiltration and atmosphere make your property less energy-efficient (and cause your own monthly statements to shoot way up!), however they can cause other issues like drafts, mold and mildew development and unequal temperatures, etc. Among the advantages of insulating material is from seeping into your house, it can cease atmosphere and water.

Higher House Market Value: Home buyers these days worth energy efficiency, and well-insulated houses are much more energy-saving, making them much more appealing to more individuals.

The Top 3 Most Asked Questions About Insulation

Building with retrofitting or insulating material a home is simply re-insulating.

Additionally, it may be set up incorrectly, when that’s accurate, and you are going to want to upgrade later to take delight in the edges, including energy savings along with a more cozy residence through the entire year.

Insulation for Existing Homes

That’s one thing–you’ll most likely be requested in case you are making a custom house about insulating material.

How else have you been in a position to tell you need to set up retrofit insulation? There actually really are a couple signals that are distinct:

Your energy statements are already steadily increasing

Your home is drafty

Retrofit insulating material isn’t too different than new building insulating material in regards to materials it’s not impossible to make use of. It’s not impossible to make use of any material to modernize your house’s or building’s insulation:

While all these aren’t all the signals that indicate you will need to re-insulate your home, they are some simple ones.

Cellulose insulation

Fiberglass insulation

Retrofit Insulation: Stuff

This is a way of building and retrofitting layout that reduces heat and increase reduction through the application of the proper amount of insulation and energy-efficient construction which is airtight.

The type of insulating material is much more, and dependent upon several components, including the number of HVAC system you may have, the type of attic you have got. Sometimes you will need to install two types. For example, radiant barrier insulation is installed in the attic, right but thermal insulating material may be demanded by other areas in your house like fiberglass and cellulose. For details about your place, you must talk with the skilled insulating material company.

They’re going to even not be uncomfortable with codes and regulations.

What is R-Value?

If you’ve talked to an insulation contractor if not studied insulating material around the Web, you have probably already heard or seen the term “R value” more than once. This isn’t unsurprising – insulation’s R-value is essentially a measurement of how effective it is. The R value changes, depending on the specific insulation’s:

Material – cellulose, fiberglass, foam or radiant barrier
Depth – inches demanded to have a particular R value
What Does RValue Mean?

So what exactly does R-value mean? What’s the R-value of insulation? The R value of a type of insulation describes its resistance to heat flow. That is what insulation is meant to do – halt the transfer of heat – so the R-value is essentially a measurement of how effective the insulation is. It’s expressed as the thickness of the insulation material divided by the thermal conductivity, that is the material’s capacity to conduct heat.

As a broad principle, the higher the R value the better, and also the thicker and denser insulation is, the higher its R-value (and effectiveness) will be. But the densest, thickest insulating material is not necessarily always the most effective answer. The kind and level of insulation you’ll install depends on factors like your geographical area, the kind of HVAC gear you have, the areas of your home you have to insulate, etc.

R- Value & Insulation Installation

The substance, thickness and density of the insulating material aren’t the only matters that can affect the R-value; the quality of the real installment, including the insulation is installed, makes a difference. For example, in the event the insulation installed and is compressed in a tight wall cavity, its R-value is going to be different than insulating material installed in the attic floors. Compressed insulating material doesn’t supply the insulation’s full thermal resistance, and heat flows around the insulating material through flooring studs and joists, which changes how the insulation performs.

In addition, this is why appropriate installation is important! To obtain the highest possible R-value and ensure that your insulation does what it is supposed to – keep your home more comfortable and cut off your energy prices – it needs to be installed right. That is why installing the insulation yourself is always risky.

The proper kind and number of accurately installed insulation having an ideal R value keeps your home more comfortable year round, preventing heat from leaking in through the summer and escaping from your property in winter months.

Type of Insulation
How can I Tell if I Want to Re-Insulate My Home?
The age of the home isn’t the only means to tell if you need to re-insulate, nevertheless. Other signs that could suggest your dwelling has an insufficient amount of insulating material contain:
Energy invoices that are more than normal for apparently no motive
Drafty, rooms that are uncomfortable
Irregular temperatures through the house
Air conditioner running regular throughout the summer
Snow melting down on your own roof in the winter (this suggests too little loft insulation)
There are far more proactive ways to tell in case you want insulating material that is more dwelling – you can assess yourself to specific regions. You can find techniques for assessing insulation levels you can likely attempt yourself, while some things might be difficult to handle by yourself. Go here to learn more about seeing how much your home is currently insulated and determining whether you have to re-insulate.
Alternate Ways to Tell in case You Need to Re-Insulate
Looking behind your electrical outlets, taking a peek into your loft, and spotting warm places in your house or drafts are simple to do on your own, but you need other alternatives as well. They can reveal whether you need more dwelling insulating material although these strategies aren’t just do-it-yourself methods:
Consultation with Insulation Contractors: This one may be a bit clear, but it’s a surefire method to tell should you will need to re-insulate your house. Professional insulation contractors will have a way to tell you not only if you need more house insulation but also how much you need and where you want it. It’s the best way to tell if you need to re-insulate.
Home Energy Auditing: A home energy audit will be able to inform you whether you need to re-insulate.

The Top Four Most Asked Questions About Insulation

We have helped homeowners as well as the Bay Area insulate their houses and begin saving cash.

Whether you should insulate your crawlspaces, walls or loft, call our California insulating material business! We are able to install:

Fiberglass insulation

Cellulose insulation

Batt insulation

Blown-in insulation

Help the Planet as well as Your own wallet

Environmental concern is a hot issue in the world today, and according to some study several years back, insulating material is the most cost effective strategy to cut back greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere. This means house insulation levels that are suitable help decrease the pollution emitted into the atmosphere. Various kinds of insulating material, including cellulose and fiberglass insulation are created using considerable levels of substances that were recycled. An eco friendly merchandise that assists you to conserve cash – it does not get considerably better!

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Whether you insulate your entire home, or put in a radiant barrier in your loft you will see a difference in your utility invoices and the way comfy your house feels.

Our insulating material business will be able to help you discover just how much you could possibly save by insulating your house. As well as loving lower energy bills, you will also provide a more cozy environment regardless of what time of year it’s!

Get the most recent advice and strategies to conserve cash (as well as the surroundings!).

Look at the power Bill Estimator: Compute your power bills using rates that are present, watching as insulation levels increase, your electricity bills fall!

You might be amazed by the difference a sealed correctly insulated and weatherized house can make. Your house is the largest investment, therefore it is essential that you just make certain it is nicely kept and shield it! Installing the recommended level of insulation is among the most effective ways to help you save cash every month in your power bills. Plus, will improve your property ‘s resale value should you ever decide to sell later on in the future and it makes your house a lot more comfortable!

That is alot! The Harvard School of Public Health jobs re-insulated up to amounts. Alas, many houses will not be.

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Just how Much Insulation Do I have to Install?

Although this might appear to be a question that is easy, straightforward, there’s absolutely no one-size-fits-all option to insulation installation – it depends on several variables that are distinct! The level of insulation depends on:

Your home’s age
Where you reside
The variety of cooling and heat system you’ve
The aspects of your house you should insulate
Your house’s framing
First things first – it is wise to assess just how much insulation you now have, which a professional insulation business like OJ Insulation will have the ability to assist you with. Generally, you need to assess:

TURN OFF THE capacity to the wall socket (make certain you do this in the circuit breaker in order to ensure there is no electricity flowing to it), then take away the cover plate and shine a torch inside to take a fast peek. You need to be able to find out some insulating material. Even make sure you test wall sockets of the home and second story.

The ductwork: be sure they’re insulated, if you’re able to observe your ducts. You need to be able to tell pretty readily in case your ducts are not insulated – shiny foil duct wrap insulation typically fully covers insulated ducts.

There needs to be some insulating material. If you have not, or an extremely thin layer only, you can take advantage of more insulating material, not only in terms of energy-efficient your house is but also it truly is!

Much to Insulate

Several distinct variables determine just how much insulation you will need to install as mentioned:

Age of the home: normally speaking, older houses have a tendency to want more insulation. It is likely that you do not have enough insulating material in case your house was constructed in the 1970s or earlier. Re-insulating reduce sounds from exterior along with between levels and distinct rooms within your property, and make your property more cozy, can save you countless dollars annually.

It is among the most important variables where you reside. Generally, more insulation is needed by colder areas. Based on the map according to recommendations in the DOE and IECC in NAIMA, we’re in Southern California here in zone 3. To provide you with an instant breakdown:

Heating System Loft Wall Pit Flooring
Heat pump gasoline, oil, R13 (no sheathing) R25
Electric furnace R25
Kind of HVAC system you’ve: you might have is related to simply how much insulation you will need to install as it is possible to observe in the aforementioned table, the HVAC system.

Places of your house you should insulate: where you are insulating will order which form of insulating material you will use as well as the quantity needed. Glowing obstacle loft insulating material, by way of example, has depth demands and distinct R value than the usual fiberglass blanket system.

Framing of the home: more heat flows through studs and metal joists than wood ones insulating between loft or between wall studs or floor joists does not work for houses with alloy frameworks.

Where can I Install Insulation?

That is fine knowing your house needs more insulation but are not certain where to insulate. It is what our FAQ is for! You’ll find a variety of areas to insulate at home which will enable you to live and save money.

The loft is among the greatest locations to insulate, because it’s an enormous supply of heat reduction. But this is not the only area to install insulating material! You also need to insulate:

Any crawl spaces in your house
Outdoor and interior walls

Your attic needs to be insulated, whether it is unfinished or finished. A radiant barrier right below the roof will help your property represent heat in the sun and cellulose insulation or fiberglass may be set up in the floors. The proper level of loft insulation ensures your house will soon be energy-saving and cozy throughout the year.

Crawl Spaces

The lower levels of the home are excellent areas to insulate as mentioned. Whether your crawl space is ventilated or unventilated, it needs to be insulated (and sealed) correctly. A LOT of air can leak in if your home is n’t insulated in case It has a crawl space. To get a space so little, it’s an important effect how energy -efficient cozy and your house is. Learn more aboutcrawl space insulating material.

Insulating your walls is among the most effective ways to improve energy savings and remove warm and any drafts or cold spots in your house. Wall insulation also helps increase the general efficiency and reduce external sounds. Fiberglass, cellulose, and aerosol foam are great options for wall insulation.

Installing insulation in ceilings and the floors of the home will help reduce sounds involving rooms and different degrees. Fiberglass and cellulose would be the most effective forms of insulating material for soundproofing, and that needs to be insulated at the same time in case you’ve got an acoustical ceiling!

How Does Insulation Work?

A lot of people know what insulating material is, at least on a very fundamental level. Would you know how insulation works?

So, exactly so how exactly does insulation work? Let us first start in what insulation is. There’s radiant barrier, cellulose, fiberglass, rigid board, and aerosol foam.

Find out regarding the many types of insulation.

How Can Insulation Work?

Insulation makes your home more energy-efficient by stopping heat transfer (meaning your house will remain cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter). The insulation material used discovers HOW it resists heat flow. Beaming impediment, for example, helps your dwelling reflect (rather than consume) heat from the sun, while other kinds of insulating material absorb heat – kind of how a blanket traps your body heat and keeps you warm when you are during intercourse.

The R-value is a term that describes the insulation’s resistance – the higher the value, the better the insulation is at stopping heat transfer and keeping your space more comfortable. This doesn’t mean you should necessarily just install the sort of insulating material with the maximum R-value; it is not that simple. Different kinds of insulation work better in various aspects of your property, as well as other factors also affect which kind you’ll install:

Where you live
How old your house is
The type of HVAC system you have
Your house’s framing
The kind of loft you’ve
And more
Insulation ought to be installed in all areas of your dwelling – the loft, any crawl spaces, along with the outdoor and interior walls (basically everywhere heat can leak into or escape from the house!).

Professional insulation contractors will undoubtedly be able to evaluate your situation and tell you which kind of insulation you desire. OJ Insulation is the business to call if you’re in Southern California!

What Are the Different Types of Insulation?

There are many distinct types of insulation, as well as a professional insulation contractor will have a way to tell you which kind is better for the house and particular situation. Loose-fill (blown-in) is quite common, however there are different types of insulation for a variety of places of a house – and distinct materials too.


Loose-fill / blown-in
Batts and rolls / blanket
Foam or plank that is firm
Loose-fill or blown-in insulation is among the very most common types of insulation and works just how it sounds. It designated space using unique equipment or is blown into a wall cavity. Free-fill insulation is used for:

Open wall cavities that are new
Areas that are difficult to reach
Batts and Rolls Insulation

Also referred to as blanket insulating material, batts and rolls insulating material is perfect for spaces which are free of obstacles. Blanket insulating material may be used for bare walls, ceilings, and floors.

Firm Board Foam Insulation

This type of insulation is typically used by builders and not for re-insulating a dwelling. Normally made out of polyurethane, rigid board insulation is well suited for brand new building jobs, particularly unfinished walls and roofs that are unvented.

Reflective Insulation

Generally installed beneath the roofing in attic ceilings, insulation that is reflective works like it sounds. It will help your home reflect heat from the sun rather than absorb it. Reflective insulation, whether foil-faced polyethylene bubbles, plastic film, kraft paper, or cardboard, is fitted between studs, joists, and beams.

Several types of Insulation: Materials

Radiant barrier
Fiberglass Insulating Material

Fiberglass insulation is made out of tiny fibers – it’s the fluffy pink insulating material you have definitely seen before. Fiberglass insulation may be either blown-in / loose- or a blanket system, excellent for all different types of areas, from the attic to the outdoor walls.

Cellulose Insulation

One of the very most environmentally friendly types of insulation cellulose on the market, is manufactured of up to 80 percent recycled material, mostly miniature bits of paper. Like fiberglass, cellulose insulation operates well in most kinds of areas and is ideal for soundproofing.

Radiant Barrier Insulation

Radiant barrier insulation is installed in the attic and is a typical form of reflective insulating material. It keeps your home more comfortable when it is hot outside (that’s pretty much year round in California!). In reality, homes with radiant barrier insulation are about 10 degrees cooler than homes with no attic insulation!

Foam Insulation

Rigid plank is not unavailable as a foam panel that could be cut, and also the panels change in thickness and width. Rigid board insulation is generally installed in new dwellings and can help optimize energy efficiency.

OJ Insulation can install firm plank, cellulose, fiberglass, and radiant barrier insulation in your California residence. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for an estimate or whether you need to find out about the many types of insulation!

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