When you need new insulation for your home, you know you can depend on reliable installers like the team at Accurate Insulation. However, do you know what insulation looks like? Keep reading to learn more!
How Insulation Looks
Here are some images of insulation that can be installed in both homes and commercial buildings.
Spray foam insulation (commonly made of polyurethane) is applied wet and expands into thick foam that fits snugly in wall cavities, crevices, and gaps—therefore, it can be installed in hard-to-reach areas and around piping and wiring.
Made of tiny glass fibers, this form of insulation is often installed in attics but can be used to insulate walls and crawl spaces as well.
Radiant barrier insulation is made of a reflective foil surface applied to a substrate material. It is typically installed right under the roof, in the attic. Radiant barriers help your roof reflect (rather than absorb) heat from the sun.
Cellulose insulation from Applegate is made of up to 85 percent recycled materials and can be sprayed or blown into walls, attics and floors.
Insulation Installation in Washington, DC
The team at Accurate Insulation can help your home become more energy efficient and comfortable through expert insulation installation. Whether you need spray foam, fiberglass or something in between, contact us!