Do you dread working in your pole barn in the extreme Michigan temperatures? Whether it’s your man cave, a workshop, second garage, or extra storage, we help homeowners take back control of the comfort and energy efficiency of their pole barns, metal buildings, and garages.
Foam insulation provides the necessary air seal to keep indoor temperatures consistent and regulated all year-round so you're comfortable while you work.
Keeping the conditioned air in and the outside air out is more energy efficient and lets you spend more money on the things you love.
Condensation, moisture, and wood rot are major problems you won’t have to worry about with the proper insulation in your pole barn.
We’ve been insulating pole barns across Michigan’s lower peninsula for the past 15 years.
After scheduling your free estimate, we’ll learn about your dreams for your pole barn and if you plan on leaving the walls exposed or finishing with drywall. We’ll discuss open and closed cell spray foam and what makes sense for your project.
If you plan to cover the walls of the pole barn, then you could use open cell spray foam. Open cell expands to do a better job of filling cracks and crevices. It also offers the same air seal with better sound dampening qualities than closed cell spray foam.
To complete the air seal in the pole barn, we suggest spraying open cell spray foam insulation on the roof deck. If your roof should ever leak, open cell foam will not hold water so you will be able to find and fix leaks in a timely manner.
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Curious how much it may cost to insulate your pole barn? Read about the factors that impact foam insulation pricing, as well as what you might expect to pay for your project.
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