Effective insulation means choosing the right insulation for the job. That means having plenty of options, understanding those options, and having a team that can implement what you choose without difficulty or mistakes. That’s why NorthEast Spray Insulation maintains a full selection of high-quality products and a team that knows how to make the most of them.
To learn more about any of our insulation products, or inquire about having any of these products applied to your home or property, speak with a professional at NorthEast Spray Insulation today by dialing 207-797-8887 or by contacting us online.
Dense spray foam with an exceptionally high R-value and minimal permeability to air and moisture, closed-cell foam is a versatile, effective choice for many applications. If you need to block moisture or need to work with a small space for insulation, closed-cell foam leads the pack.
The open cells of this inexpensive spray foam make it a softer, more flexible foam than closed-cell foam. While its R-value per inch is lower than closed-cell foam, its expansive nature makes it excellent for thorough coverage of difficult nooks and crannies. It’s also great for soundproofing, as it can expand to completely fill areas or to create thick layers of insulation to prevent sound bleed.
A loose-fill insulation made from recycled materials, this product is often used in attics or to reinsulate existing walls. Dense and clumpy, loose-fill cellulose insulation is ideal for insulating difficult-to-reach areas on a budget, especially if you need insulation that can fit easily around wires and other obstructions. This is also the “greenest” material for most insulation projects, because it’s composed of recycled plant matter.
When higher-pressure systems are used to pack cellulose into walls or other enclosed spaces more tightly than in blown cellulose, it achieves insulation benefits exceeding traditional fiberglass, while still being versatile enough for new construction or re-insulation of existing structures.
Low-cost traditional fiberglass batts remain a respectable choice for thermal or sound insulation in new construction. It’s the cheapest option for new construction, and when installed properly, it offers exceptional performance for the price. If you need improved thermal insulation with fiberglass, moving to higher-density batts with increased R-value can achieve your goals without significantly changing installation costs.
A classic insulation material making a comeback in recent years, mineral fiber batts are exceptionally good for sound insulation in new construction and can offer thermal insulation superior to low-density fiberglass batts. Mineral fiber batts also offer superior fire resistance for the price.
Why Choose NorthEast Spray Insulation?
NorthEast Spray Insulation has provided insulation products to customers in Maine for over 20 years. We understand the needs and expectations of builders and homeowners, and we know how to expertly match products to those needs and expectations, taking other circumstances into account.
To find out more about any of our products, or to schedule a visit from our team, contact us online or call us at 207-797-8887 to speak with an insulation professional immediately.