Premium Insulation, Professional Installation

Insulation is the foundation of any structure’s energy efficiency plan. Creating interior temperature moderation throughout the year allows for utility savings over the life of a home or building and minimizes the wear and tear of costly HVAC equipment. Properly designed and carried out by experienced installers, the right insulation strategy will also keep excess moisture at bay, reduce noise levels, restrict pest and allergen intrusion and even help to maintain structural integrity, an essential element in hurricane zones.

We believe in continually educating ourselves on new product systems, innovative processes and the latest building codes in order to provide our customers with the most effective insulation and a high level of confidence. We work with a variety of insulation types including, spray foam (open & closed cell), radiant barriers, fiberglass batt, fiberglass blown, cellulose and specialty types.

Ready when it comes to retrofit projects, PI is also offers expert home inspection, performance and energy management. We will locate your trouble spots and develop a plan to overhaul your inefficient insulation with newer, more durable products.

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The overall benefits of our fiberglass products include:

• Excellent Thermal and Acoustical Performance
• Cost-Effective
• High R-Values
• Non-Corrosive (doesn’t require fire-retardant chemical)
• Non-Combustible (meets all required model building codes)
• Will Not Absorb Moisture
• Will Not Support Mold Growth
• Will Not Require Wet Adhesives
• Will Not Settle Rot or Deteriorate with Age


Which Type of Insulation Is Right for Me?

There are several options when it comes to insulation, including batt and blown-­in fiberglass, cellulose, blown-in-blanket and spray foam, including open and closed cell as well as any specialty foam insulation. Choosing suitable insulation may involve combining insulation types to build a system that fits your individual situation just right. In addition to insulation type, your system will address different areas of your home, such as your walls, attic, basement and crawlspace.

How Much Insulation Do I Need?