Denver Home Insulation Service
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What to Look at When Choosing Insulation
When choosing wall insulation or attic insulation for your home, you would benefit from knowing what insulation attributes you should be considering. It matters because each kind of insulation addresses certain customer needs. These are the things you should be considering in terms of meeting the needs you have from insulating all or parts of your home. Here are some of the attributes you should be considering:
Efficiently level means the insulation’s R-Value. R-value refers to an insulation’s ability to slow the transfer of heat from one place to another, the higher R-value the better.
You’ll want insulation that has been manufactured or treated with fire-retardant materials that will slow down the spread of a fire in the walls, attic, floor, or ceiling.
This refers to an insulation’s ability to muffle noise going from the outside to the inside or from one room to another room.
We Can Help You With:
Spray Foam & Foam-In-Place Insulation
Spray foam products are usually made from isocyanate and polyol resin materials. They can easily be sprayed into hard-to-reach areas like interior walls and under wooden floor panels.
Loose-Fill & Blown-In Insulation
Highly energy efficient, cost-effective, and suitable for hard-to-cover spaces. Usually made with fiberglass and other materials.
Batt & Roll Insulation
Batt and roll insulation is made in the form of precut sheets of materials like fiberglass, wool, foam, and rock.
Reflective Insulation & Radiant Barriers
Made from reflective materials like aluminum foils, which serve to reflect heat away from the treated area.
Need help choosing the best option for your needs?
Red Rocks 1-Day Insulation Service + 4 steps
Contact Red Rocks Insulation representative for a consultation and quote.
Choose the best products based on your objectives related to soundproofing and energy efficiency.
Schedule our insulation services date when our technicians will complete the insulation process in less than a day.
After completing the home insulation process, our technicians will leave the treated sparkling clean.
As a Denver home insulation company, we are charged with helping customers like you keep your homes warm in the harsh winters and cool in the summers. Before providing our services, we are available for consultations. That gives us a chance to assess your needs and recommend insulation solutions that will meet those needs.
After going through the consultation/recommendation process, we can provide a full range of insulation services for homes and commercial businesses. That includes the removal of old insulation and the installation of new insulation. FYI: We are proficient in dealing with all kinds of insulation, including:
- Ceiling insulation
- Wall insulation
- Floor insulation
- Attic insulation
Benefits of Installing Proper Insulation in the Home
There is a reason a great majority of the homes in Denver have some kind of insulation throughout their homes. That reason is the benefits they get from having it. As you contemplate installing insulation, here are some of the benefits you might expect to get:
- Securing a comfortable temperature in the home year-round
- Noise reduction from the outside
- Regulate inside humidity
- Increase energy efficiency
- Add resale value to the home
How to choose the
Types of Available Residential Insulation
We are going to describe four (4) basic types of insulation. You’ll note that each type offers slightly different benefits. The four (4) basic types include:
- Spray foam insulation – chemicals that harden in filled spaces, comes with high R-value, and reduces noise
- Blown-in Insulation (cellulose) – made from fiberglass, rock wool, and recycled paper products, affordable
- Batt insulation or Roll insulation – cheap fiberglass option for walls and attics
- Thermal insulation – highly efficient at reducing radiation from heat, comes in rolls or panels
How to Determine the Best Insulation for My Home?
The process of deciding which type of insulation might be best for your home warrants careful consideration. It’s something you should consult about with a quality Denver home insulation company like Red Rocks insulation.
As we stated above, we would help you assess your goals in terms of adding insulation to your home. Those goals will ultimately lead you to the best insulation solution.
Can I Save Money With Insulation in My Home?
One of the most important reasons to consider getting insulation replacement in Denver is energy efficiency.
With the price of energy near record highs, you might find yourself trying to control energy costs by denying yourself access to your HVAC system. That’s not necessary. If you install new insulation, you can actually cover the cost of new insulation, plus save money on your monthly gas/electric bill in the coming months/years.
Reasons You Should Choose Red Rocks Home Insulation
At Red Rocks Insulation, we work hard every day to compete with other Denver companies. We consistently beat the competition because we employ well-trained insulation technicians who are always professional and courteous. We also beat the competition because we are willing to offer 100% customer guarantees and affordable prices for our services.
To learn more about how we can help you with your insulation needs for your home, we invite you to call one of our representatives, who will be happy to answer your questions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If I want to install new insulation, what should be my top concern?
If you were to only focus on one thing, we would recommend that focus on the R-value aspect of insulation. Insulation with a high R-value is how you can really save on your energy bill.
For a new house, do I really need to insulate the home’s exterior walls?
You can survive without exterior wall insulation in a warmer climate. In a cooler climate, you are going to need protection to keep warm air in and cool air out of the home.
If I have a limited budget for new insulation, what would you recommend?
When it comes to keeping your home comfortable year-round, attic insulation should be your top priority. Why? Heat rises, which translates to you wanting insulation to be where the heat is headed. Insulation in the attic also does well with reducing condensation that could damage your roof.
For soundproofing internal walls, what kind of insulation would you recommend?
We would suggest going with a spray foam insulation. As the insulation is sprayed into the walls, it will first fill the entire space being treated. As it hardens, it creates a seal that is difficult for sound to penetrate.