Foam Your Home is proud to provide unbeatable spray foam insulation services to homeowners in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Edmond, and the surrounding areas.
WE OFFER A VARIETY OF INSULATION OPTIONS & SERVICES
Here in Oklahoma, we’re no strangers to harsh weather. That makes it all the more important to make sure your home or business is comfortable. The key to a comfortable space is good insulation. Foam Your Home’s team of experts uses the most up-to-date technology and breakthroughs in building science to create insulation solutions that are as affordable as they are effective! We offer a wide variety of insulation options and services, so you’re sure to find the best fit for your space.
We provide the greater Tulsa area’s most complete range of insulation services. From new construction to energy audits, we bring a well-rounded, scientific approach to keeping your home well insulated.
As an insulator, nothing beats spray foam insulation! Spraying allows for even distribution in walls, ceilings, and tight spots like air ducts and crawl spaces. Made from polyurethane, spray foam insulation reduces air leaks better than any other insulation solution. After it’s applied in liquid form, spray foam expands – sometimes up to sixty times its original volume – then dries to form solid insulation
Spray foam insulation comes in two varieties: open-cell and closed-cell. Both of these applications provide airtight lasting seals that can remain for many decades. It’s completely water-resistant, strengthens your building’s structure, and is the clear winner compared to other attic insulation options.
The overall aim of insulating any structure is to trap the heat so it won’t leave your building. This is especially important when it comes to attics. How effective a material is at preventing heat escape is referred to as its R-value. Your home’s recommended R-value depends on where you live. On average, a hot climate will need an R30, whereas a cold climate will require an R49. Places with moderate temperatures fall somewhere in the middle.
Common types of attic insulation materials include:
Fiberglass Batt Insulation
This common attic insulation material is made of delicate glass fibers that look like cotton candy. They come in batts, which are large rolled-up sheets held together by either reflective foil backing or paper. Fiberglass is moisture resistant as well as non-combustible, making it ideal for wooden spaces.
Blow-in Fiberglass Insulation
Fiberglass is also sold as loose-fill insulation. These tiny chunks come in large bags and are installed with a blowing machine. Blow-in fiberglass is the most economical option, and good for filling in tight spaces around wiring or pipes. We offer high-quality blow-in insulation services that will help your fiberglass insulation perform above and beyond your expectations.
If you’ve noticed that the rooms in your home are getting hotter in the summer and colder in the winter, it may be time to add insulation to your walls. We highly recommend spray foam insulation for new homes or new home renovations and offer a variety of additional effective insulation solutions depending on your needs. These include drill-and-fill with blow-in fiber insulation, Kraft batt insulation for older walls, net and blow (bib) installation for walls with a lot of wiring, and soundproofing.
Every commercial building is required by law to have proper insulation. Choosing the right type of insulation for your business depends on a variety of factors, including what type of building it is and how old, local ordinances, and your budget for the project. Depending on the age of your building, we recommend spray foam insulation and blow-in fiberglass insulation to keep your workspace and customers comfortable.