Planning and building a new home takes a lot of time and can be stressful as you want everything to be just right. From the flooring to the countertops to the right shade of paint, there are plenty of decisions to be made about your new home. However, one important decision is often overlooked -- choosing the right insulation. This is a key decision that will have a major impact on your family’s overall comfort, as well as how much you end up paying the local utility company each month.
More and more people are now asking their home builder about spray foam insulation to avoid uncomfortable rooms, high energy bills, and other problems down the road.
Foam insulation provides the necessary air seal to keep your home comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient all year long, no matter the season.
Foam insulation will keep your furnace and air conditioner from working overtime, reducing the carbon footprint and keeping your monthly energy bills under control.
Ice dams, moisture concerns, and cold bonus rooms are major problems that can be prevented by having the proper insulation and air seal from the start.
Over the past 15 years we’ve insulated our fair share of new construction homes across Michigan’s lower peninsula. Our consultative estimators, highly skilled crews, and helpful office staff aim to guide homeowners and builders through the insulation installation process with ease. To top things off, our lifetime warranty gives your family access to our family long after the job is complete.
Our process is easy to guide homeowners and builders through the journey of insulating their new build homes. Our stress-free process includes:
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Curious about the cost of foam insulation for your new construction home? Learn about the factors that impact the cost, as well as what you might expect to pay for your project.
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