Basement Blanket Insulation
Basement blanket insulation is specifically made for installation in basements. Make your home or your client’s homes warming and reduce heating bills in cold weather.
Basement blanket insulation is installed from the top to the bottom. Insulation does not require any extra space and is flush against the basement wall.
Fiberglass insulation is made from a type of plastic and strengthen with extremely tiny glass fibers. Fiberglass is designed to slow the spread of heat and cold.
Generally, fiberglass insulation is the ideal choice for insulation because it is cheaper than other alternatives.
Mineral Wool Insulation
Mineral wool insulation is a versatile and efficient choice for insulating homes and commercial buildings. Mineral wool is typically made from natural or recycled materials like basalt, slag, or diabase rock, which are then melted and spun into fibers. These fibers are then compressed and formed into insulation batts or blown-in insulation.
Mineral wool offers excellent thermal resistance, fire resistance, and sound absorption properties, making it a reliable option for enhancing energy efficiency and comfort in a variety of settings. Its non-combustible nature makes it a safe choice for fire-prone areas. In addition, mineral wool insulation resists moisture, mold, and pests, ensuring a long life for the insulation.
Foam insulation is a highly effective and popular choice for insulating buildings and structures. This type of insulation is made from a foam material, typically either polyurethane or polystyrene, that is sprayed or injected into walls, ceilings, or other areas where insulation is needed. Once the foam is applied, the foam then expands and hardens, creating a seamless and airtight barrier that helps regulate temperature and improve energy efficiency. Foam insulation does not only provide superior thermal resistance but also offers excellent moisture resistance, making it a durable and long-lasting solution for maintaining indoor comfort and reducing energy bills. Its versatility and ability to conform to irregular shapes make it a valuable asset in modern construction, helping to create well-insulated, energy-efficient spaces.
Here are some applications where foam insulation should be considered:
- Mounting heat insulation panels and filling voids during adhesive application.
- Wooden construction materials adhesion to concrete, metal, and other type of construction materials.
- Locations that require minimum expansion.
- Mounting and insulation for door and window frames.