Spray Foam Insulation Auburn MI
LEADING THE WAY IN RESIDENTIAL INSULATION
Today’s building energy codes help to drive energy efficiency, meaning buildings are tighter and better insulated. However, a building that only meets the minimum code requirements is not delivering any value beyond that criterion. Going above and beyond with high-quality insulation and energy seal will result in buildings that are more energy-efficient, quieter and safer – giving you the comfort and benefits you’re looking for.
MAG Insulation has completed thousands of new and existing insulation projects for homeowners and home builders throughout Michigan. Our employees are trained and manufacturer certified.
Our clientele ranges from homeowners, residential builders and large remodeling and development firms. No matter the job, big or small, we’re here to provide you with superior insulation services.
MAG INSULATION PRODUCTS & SERVICES:
- Closed-Cell Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation
- Open-Cell Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation
- Spray-Applied & Blown-in Cellulose Insulation
- Fiberglass Insulation (Batts, BIBS & Blown-in)
- Thermal Barrier Paint Coatings
For insulation to be effective, it should be installed throughout your entire home. This includes crawlspaces, basements, joist perimeters, exterior walls, truss heals, attics and roof decks.
Spray foam insulation is an innovative foam substance that is sprayed onto a surface in a paint-like application and comes in two primary forms: open-cell (low density) and closed-cell (medium density). Both are applied using plural component spray equipment
Spray foam provides air, moisture and vapor barrier qualities into one unique product enabling it to be applied to basements, walls, attics and roof decks.
Cellulose insulation is made from recycled paper and newsprint and is treated for fire resistance, resulting in lasting thermal performance and safety.
Cellulose insulation can be spray-applied using special damp-spray equipment to completely fill exterior wall cavities or it can be blown-in loose into attics and floor joists.
Because of the specialized installation process, cellulose insulation allows all waste material to be recycled creating a virtually waste-free installation.
Fiberglass insulation consists of extremely fine glass fibers. This type of insulation can come in many forms: batts, blankets and loose-fiber bags.
Fiberglass insulation is low-cost product and can be installed in walls, floors and attics. Batt and blanket forms are installed by hand (think of the Owens-Corning Pink Panther rolling in blanket insulation). For attic spaces, fiberglass can be installed either using batts, blankets or loose-fill insulation (requires special blown-in equipment for this installation).
A more specialized application is available where exterior walls can have netting installed and the loose-fiberglass material dense-packed into the wall cavity
Fiberglass insulation can be a lower cost option, but will typically yield the lowest performance when it comes to energy efficiency and energy seal.
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What Our Customers say
“There are many companies who are good at service or good with the product, but don’t combine the two. That’s why we choose MAG. They will do what they say they’ll do and they do it well!”
Ben Templeton, Co-President Templeton Building Company