We offer a wide variety of insulation products to help you make your home more energy efficient. All of our product are used in many different applications. If you have an insulating job to do we have the right product for the job. Here are some of the products you may be looking for:

  • EcoTouch® PINK® FIBERGLAS™Batts & Rolls - Ask your builder about EcoTouch® insulation with Pure Fiber® Technology. It's made with 99% natural materials and nearly twice the recycled content of other brands.
  • AtticCat Loosefill Insulation- Another method of insulating your attic is our loosefill insulation. Instead of laying batts or rolls, our AttiCat® Insulation Blowing Machine conditions the AttiCat® Expanding Blown-In PINK® Fiberglas™ Insulation by fluffing it along the length of the hose, adding millions of the tiny air pockets that give the material its insulating power. Because Fiberglas™ insulation will not settle, it will maintain the same energy-saving level over time, keeping your home comfortable for years to come

  • Extruded Polystyrene - STYROFOAM™ Brand Square Edge Insulation Extruded Polystyrene is a Type IV product with square edges on four sides to help ensure energy efficiency and minimize on-site cutting and waste. It offers superior water resistance, long-term thermal performance and high compressive strength in a wide range of residential and commercial construction applications.
  • Polyisocyanurate - Versatile TUFF-R™ Insulation fits numerous residential insulation and sheathing requirements and can be applied to a variety of substrates. It features a high-performance polyisocyanurate foam core with reflective foil facers on both sides (one side reinforced).
  • Polyisocyanurate - THERMAX™ White Finish Insulation has a glass-fiber reinforced polyisocyanurate foam core faced with 1.25 mil embossed white acrylic-coated aluminum on one side and 1 mil smooth aluminum on the other. THERMAX™ White Finish Insulation is designed as an insulation and interior finish system for interior masonry or concrete walls, plus walls and ceilings in metal, wood post frame, and concrete or masonry buildings.
  • STYROFOAM SIS™ - Combines structural lateral bracing and transverse load, insulation and water-resistive barrier properties. It is designed for use as braced wall panels attached next to other rigid insulated sheathing. It can also serve as continuous structural insulated sheathing over the entire structural insulated wall line.
  • FROTH-PAK™ - Foam Insulation is a two-component, quick-cure polyurethane foam that fills cavities, cracks and expansion joints for insulation and air sealing.
  • GREAT STUFF PRO™ - Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant is a one-component, minimal-expanding, low pressure-build†, flexible polyurethane foam. It is exclusively formulated to air seal the gap between a window or door frame and its rough opening. The foam expands only enough to generate an effective seal. When applied properly, GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door is proven not to distort or bow window and door frames.

  • Whether you're renovating an existing room, expanding your living space with an addition, or building a brand new home or cottage, choosing the right insulation for the project is extremely important. Although insulation will represent only a small fraction of your budget, the choices you make will affect quality of your finished project, and the ongoing costs of your heating and cooling. Your decision will also have an impact on the environment.
  • Rockwool's line of fire-resistant insulation for residential use includes both thermal and soundproofing products:
  • Rockwool ComfortBatt® is thermal insulation for use in exterior walls, attics and crawlspaces. It provides indoor comfort and energy savings all year 'round.
  • Rockwool Safe 'n' Sound™ is soundproofing insulation for use in interior walls, ceilings and floors to help create a quieter home.

Protect Your Home - Effectively
GreenFiber Insulation, however, is blown or sprayed into place, preventing gaps and stopping air leaks better because of the way it's applied. And GreenFiber Insulation is two to three times more dense than comparable fiberglass batts. That means heated air can't transfer through dense GreenFiber Insulation as easily as it does through typically installed fiberglass.