Home Insulation Contractors in Macomb County, Michigan
Stay Comfortable With Quality Insulation
When you trust J&J Roofing to install or repair your insulation, your home will be in good hands. Our team offers:
- 30+ years of family owned and operated experience
- Extensive warranties on all parts and labor
- Affordable financing options and free estimates
- Expert cleanup and respect for your property
Quality insulation is key to maintaining a comfortable home in Michigan. J&J’s passionate crew is dedicated to providing fast, efficient, and long-lasting insulation services for Macomb County homeowners.
The benefits of professionally installed home insulation are seemingly infinite. Give us a call today to get started on a free estimate!
Study: Most U.S. Homes Are Not Properly Insulated
Does your home feel extra drafty and cold in the winter and uncomfortably warm in the summer? It’s likely your home is not properly insulated. You’re not alone. According to a 2015 study by the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA), roughly 90 percent of homes in the United States were under-insulated, wasting energy and money, and decreasing comfort for homeowners.
J&J Roofing is determined to upgrade your home’s insulation and uphold our reputation for professional, quality, and affordable roofing service solutions. Read our reviews to see how truly dedicated we are to providing personalized customer service!
Where Your Michigan Home Needs Insulation
If you want the best energy efficiency possible, your home should be sealed with insulation from the roof down to its foundation. Our team of professional home insulation contractors can insulate nearly every corner of your home, including:
- Crawl spaces
Types of Insulation
Ready to start saving on your utility bills and feel more comfortable in your home? J&J Roofing is a professional home insulation contractor. We offer three common types of blown-in insulation products: spray foam, fiberglass, and cellulose.
Choosing the best type of insulation for your home depends on where you need to install it, as well as the recommended R-values for areas you want to insulate. R-values measure an insulating material’s ability to resist heat flow—the higher the R-value, the higher the insulating power. Our team will utilize 30-plus years of experience to help you find the best insulation solution for your home’s unique needs.
Polyurethane spray foam is a popular method of insulation used everywhere from the inside of refrigerators to attic crawl spaces. Compared to other types of home insulation, spray foam is especially good at getting into hard to reach places, making it ideal for walls, crawl spaces, rim/band joists, cantilevered floors, and ceilings. There are two primary types of polyurethane spray foams: closed cell and open cell.
- Closed Cell
One of the two primary types of polyurethane spray foams is closed cell spray foam. This is the denser and more common of the two polyurethane spray foams, and is ideal for preventing drafts and keeping in regulated temperatures. It has a superior R-value compared to other types of insulation, and because it is so dense and strong, closed cell foam can strengthen walls and provide water resistance.
- Open Cell
The other of the two primary types of polyurethane spray foams, open cell polyurethane spray foam is less commonly used by insulation contractors because it was originally manufactured by only one company, and its R-value isn’t as high as that of a closed cell spray. However, it is often used for its strength, density, and affordability compared to other spray foams
Fiberglass insulation is a man-made material composed of recycled glass fibers. It’s the most common type of residential insulation available on the market and also the most cost-effective. Besides being a great, affordable insulator, fiberglass insulation has many added benefits. It is fire and water resistant, it will not settle or lose R-value over time, and it’s a very sustainable material. Fiberglass insulation also absorbs sound waves, so your home will be not only more comfortable and energy efficient, but also more soundproof.
Cellulose is the oldest form of home insulation and a great alternative for clients who prefer not to use fiberglass. Typically made from recycled newspapers, cellulose insulation offers a slightly higher R-value than fiberglass, and is easier to install. Another benefit of cellulose is that it retains its insulating value no matter the temperature.
Each of these types of home insulation options will effectively insulate your home, and each has its own pros and cons. Our expert team at J&J Roofing is here to help you make an informed decision about your home insulation. Contact us today to get started!
Benefits of New Insulation
Contacting J&J Roofing to quickly and effectively insulate your home will provide you a wide variety of housing benefits.