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    RM
    Montrose, MI·

    Areas Of Expertise: Spray Foam Insulation, New Home Insulation, Injection Foam Insulation , and 2 more

    "I have a very old Cold Farm house. I would absolutely recommend this company top notch the young men who came to my home were professional , polite and So respectful . They went above and beyond to make sure I was completely satisfied and made sure I was comfortable and understood exactly what was happening. They left the house, exactly how they found it. If you need to stop the air leaks, this IS the place to call... Would HIGHLY Recommend this company for your insulation. I appreciate the hard work and the way you cared about what I needed. Thank you for a job Well Done"

    Kelli B. in December 2022

    USA Insulation of Detroit Logo
    Auburn Hills, MI·

    Areas Of Expertise: Blown-in Insulation - Attics (Fiberglass & Cellulose), Rim Joists and Crawl Spaces, Injection Foam - Existing Walls , and 1 more

    "They made a good job..!!"

    Jessica S. in June 2021

    BlownInsulationMI.Com, LLC Logo
    Ortonville, MI·

    Areas Of Expertise: Crawlspace Insulation, Blown in Insulation - Install or Upgrade, Energy Inspections , and 1 more

    "They were fast, genuine, and very professional."

    Mark E. in April 2020

    Midwest Insulation, LLC Logo
    Jackson, MI·

    Areas Of Expertise: Batt, Rolled or Reflective Insulation - Install or Upgrade, Blown-In Insulation - Install and Upgrade, Spray Foam Insulation - Install

    "Very honest and professional work."

    David R. in May 2019

    WI

    "Very helpful to work with and smooth process."

    Alex D. in December 2022

    Tim Mulder Builders Logo
    Lansing, MI·

    Areas Of Expertise: Ventilation for Attic & Crawl Spaces, Solar, Home & Pool Inspections , and 2 more

    "Friendly, fast service, informative. I appreciate the 3,6,9, monthly check backs. Caring."

    Patricia M. in August 2021

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is insulation?

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Insulation is material that provides a barrier within a home’s walls, ceilings, and floors to regulate temperature and noise. If your home gets overly hot in the summer and cold in the winter, it’s likely not insulated properly.

Insulation efficiency is measured by R-value, which determines how resistant different types of insulation are to heat flow (or energy loss). R-values are measured by inch of thickness. The higher the R-value, the better the performance and the higher the price.

How much does insulation cost?

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Our project data lists insulation costs between $1,400 and $6,300, but your final price will depend on the type of insulation you choose, its R-value, and how much you need.

  • Fiberglass insulation: $0.30 – $1.50
  • Blown-in insulation: $1 – $2
  • Spray foam insulation: $0.50 – $2
  • Radiant insulation: $0.20 – $1
  • Rigid board insulation: $0.25 – $1

Luckily, insulation is one of the best investments you can make in your home—it has an ROI of at least 100%, meaning you’ll likely make back what you spend in a few years or so.

What is insulation made of?

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Insulation is made of many different materials, which can also impact the R-value needed for energy efficiency.

  • Fiberglass: The most common insulation material made from glass. Fiberglass is a skin and lung irritant, so you’ll need to wear gloves and clothing when working with fiberglass insulation.
  • Cellulose: Made from recycled paper products, plus borate for fire and insect resistance.
  • Foam: Made from polystyrene, polyisocyanurate, or polyurethane plastic. You can also install cement-based foam insulation using rigid foam boards.
  • Mineral wool: Made of fire-resistant rock wool, a mix of natural materials, or slag wool, made from a molten metal product.
  • Natural fibers: Made from various recycled natural materials, including cotton, sheep’s wool, and straw.

Where is insulation in a house?

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If your attic is unfinished or you’ve ever demolished an interior wall, you might notice batt or spray foam insulation between the studs. Putting insulation between your walls and floors helps keep your home comfortable and your energy costs down. In addition to walls and attics, you can install insulation in your garage, in floors above vented crawl spaces, and basements.

  • Garage Insulation: $0.50 to $1.25 per square foot
  • Floor and crawl space insulation: $1 to $5 per square foot
  • Basement insulation: $1.50 to $2.50 per square foot
  • Wall insulation: $1 to $4 per square foot
  • Attic insulation: $1,500 to $6,000
  • Roof insulation: $1,500 to $4,500 or more

What are the different types of insulation?

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There are a few types of home insulation, and they all are made of different materials— most commonly, fiberglass, cellulose, and foam. Insulation includes these materials in the following forms:

  • Loose-fill: Also called “blown-in,” loose-fill is sprayed into wall cavities, attics, and other oddly-shaped areas using special equipment. This insulation is usually made of fiberglass, cellulose, or mineral wool.
  • Batts: An affordable insulation blanket best for unfinished spaces, such as between framing, studs, or joists. They come in pre-cut sections suitable for DIY installation and are mostly made from fiberglass, though other versions are also available.
  • Rolls: Similar to batt insulation, but comes in rolls. Its make-up leaves less chance for gaps between sections and is more efficient than other types.
  • Foam board: One of the most popular insulation types that can be used almost anywhere in your home. Foam boards also have a high R-value.
  • Spray foam: Expands and hardens to fill gaps, small and large. Can be closed-cell or open-cell, but closed-cell has a higher R-value, making it more expensive per square foot.
  • Radiant barriers: Does not reduce heat flow but directs heat away from the home instead. Radiant barriers are DIY-friendly and affordable, but they won’t be as effective in the winter months.

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Recent Job Requests for Insulation Contractors in Lansing, MI

  • NewProject: Blown-in Insulation Install
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Date: 01/30/23
    Nature of Project: Insulation for existing home
    Location: Home/Residence
    What type of insulation do you want?: Blown-in
    Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks
    Request Stage: Ready to Hire
    Area of Home: Attic
  • Project: Spray Foam Insulation Install
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Date: 01/25/23
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Nature of Project: Insulation for existing home
    Location: Home/Residence
    Comment: Na
  • Project: Spray Foam Insulation Install
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Date: 01/20/23
    Nature of Project: Insulation for existing home
    Location: Home/Residence
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
    Request Stage: Ready to Hire
    Area Description: No framing exposed - walls to remain intact
    Location of Installation: Foundation walls
    Location of Installation: Attic
    Comment: Sounds from the outside can be heard clear inside home. Heat escapes

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