Finding the perfect insulating material is harder than it looks because before professional installers proceed with the installation process, they need to consider a few aspects which concern the building’s structure, the property owner, and those who are using or living in the space. Some of the typical factors they need to address include the overall construction of the building, the budget the property owner is willing to spend, the lifestyle of the individuals utilizing the space, and if the insulating material would not trigger any allergic reactions.
If you are planning to have your buildings insulated, we, at Climate Partners, suggest that you look into the different insulation materials that are available in our company, to be able to find the perfect material which will compliment your various wants and needs.
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This is the most common type of insulation material and it comes in two forms: blankets (batts and rolls) and loose-fill. It consists of fine glass fibers, and is treated with chemicals, making it lightweight, weather and fire-resistant, and inherently strong.
The term “mineral wool” may refer to two types of material: rock wool and slag wool. This type contains an average of 75% post-industrial recycled content, thus, making it naturally fire resistant.
Among all the types of insulation materials, cellulose is the green choice because 82%-85% of it is made out of recycled materials. It can also be installed or blown-in on top of existing insulation.
This type of material comes in various types, and just like what its name suggests, it consists of all natural fibers. Some of these include: cotton, sheep’s wool, straw, and hemp.
Foam insulation comes in two forms: rigid board or sprayed. The latter form can be cut into various shapes and sizes, which can manipulate its thickness and width, and is the ideal insulation material for new homes. The latter form, however, is made by mixing and reacting unique liquid components, which seals unseen crevices like gaps and cracks.
Insulation that requires radiant technology is best used to combat thermal radiation. Usually installed in the attics, this material prevents the sun’s heat waves from entering your home by blocking out all the passageways that can be found on your roof.
If you are living in the surrounding areas of New Haven and Fairfield Counties, Connecticut, and are still having a problem with choosing the right insulating material for you property, then call Climate Partners at: 203-457-8581, or visit our contact page here, and we will be more than happy to answer all your questions. We serve cities such as the following, and many more: Bridgeport, Danbury, Easton, Georgetown, Bethany, Cheshire and East Haven.
For more than 100 years, our company has developed and perfected the numerous ways you can optimize the energy saving capabilities of your buildings, and until today, we offer the very same services which have placed us up above the rest. These include:
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