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House Insulation in Tulsa, Stillwater, and OKC

House Insulation - Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Stillwater

Our family-owned and operated insulation company in Oklahoma installs blown in fiberglass and spray foam house insulation in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Stillwater, Guthrie, Enid, Ponca City, Woodward and othersurrounding areas.  Insulation creates an airtight, energy-efficient home that stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  Insulation will also save you money starting the day it is installed.  A typical house can pay for it self in savings in only a few months.

We can install spray foam insulation in new construction walls and attics, or in existing construction attics.  We can also install fiberglass insulation in new construction walls and attics, or in existing construction walls or attics.  All inspections are free and include a free, no obligation quote.  Give us a call today to see what type of insulation, blown in fiberglass or spray foam insulation, is best for your house and see how much you can start saving on your energy bills.

New and Existing Homes

Our company installs house insulation in both existing and new construction homes.  Whether you need to retrofit your home with blow-in insulation in your exterior walls or need to have your newly constructed home insulated for the first time, we are the team that can help.  Using quality fiberglass and spray foam products, we can insulate any wall, roof, or attic.

Blow in Fiberglass Insulation in Stillwater, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa

The fiberglass insulation that we use is specifically formulated with your health, the health of the environment and top-notch performance in mind.  The latest fiberglass products are formulated to not become airborne. This means that you don’t need to worry about inhaling fiberglass particles, when the insulation is installed or after your house is insulated. The house insulation that we use is also produced using sustainable plant-based binders and a high percentage of recycled glass. Additional benefits of sustainable fiberglass insulation are that it is free of formaldehyde, harsh acrylics and unnecessary chemicals and dyes, all of which can have adverse effects on human health.

In the very first year of installation, sustainable fiberglass products will save you 12 times as much energy as it took to produce the insulation itself.  The insulation can also save YOU up to 40% on your energy bills every month.

Spray Foam Insulation in Tulsa, OKC, and Stillwater

Spray foam insulation for your house is by far, one of the most outstanding thermal protection products on the market.  When it comes to high-performance sealing and protection, foam insulation simply can’t be beat.  Spray foam can be used in conjunction with fiberglass insulation, depending upon your needs and budget.

  • Spray foam begins as a liquid and then expands as it is applied. This means that it can reach into the tiniest of nooks and crannies to create an impervious and sturdy insulating seal.
  • Foam has an incredibly high R-Value, an R-3 to R-4 per inch for open cell foam insulation and R-7 to R-8  per inch for closed cell foam insulation.
  • It is the most effective insulation in reducing hot and cold spots throughout the home.
  • Spray foam house insulation also acts as a secondary moisture barrier between the exterior elements and your home.

Open cell foam is typically what is used in residential buildings.  Open cell can be installed in the walls of new construction homes, as well as in the attic of new and existing homes.  Because open cell is only semi-rigid, it must be installed where it cannot be damaged such as in attics or behind dry wall.  Open cell is usually sprayed 4 inches thick in the walls and 5 to 6 inches in the attic.  Closed cell insulation is very rigid and can be installed anywhere, but is typically used in commercial buildings.  Closed cell is usually installed 1 to 2 inches thick on the walls and 2 to 3 inches on the roof.

NOTE:  R-Value of spray foam insulation is not an accurate way of measuring how much to have installed!  If you take into account the sealing abilities of spray foam and then compare it's equivalency to that of fiberglass, the R-Value of open cell calculates to 10 per inch and closed cell calculates to 10 per half inch after you factor in sealing abilities, conduction, and convection.  In this case, radiation of the sun's rays would not apply.

Interested in putting closed cell insulation in your residential project?  Ask us about installing a hybrid system in your walls.  Closed cell foam will be installed 1.5 inches in the walls then a Blow In Blanket, or BIB, is stapled to the face of the 2x6's.  Finally, blow in fiberglass insulation is blown into each stud gap, filling the remaining space between the foam and the BIB.  This type of install is the most energy efficient type of installation, proving to have the highest R-Value (R-45) and best sound barrier on the market.  It is important to note that this can only be done on the walls of a new construction building with 2x6's.

Spray Foam Insulation can save YOU up to 70% on your monthly energy bills.

R-Value Recommendations for House Insulation in Tulsa, Stillwater, and Oklahoma City

Attic insulation should total an R-Value of R-30 to R-38 and should not exceed R-60.
Exterior wall insulation should have an R-Value of at least R-13

Second story floors should have an R-Value of R-19.