Minneapolis Insulation Company Advises Consumers on the Benefits of Different Types of Insulation

Lewis Insulation discusses fiberglass, cellulose and spray foam insulation.
By: Lewis Insulation
 
MINNEAPOLIS - April 28, 2022 - PRLog -- While most people know there are several different types of insulation, not many are familiar with their many differences. Fiberglass, cellulose, spray foam are the most popular types of insulation but which is best? As the trusted name in home insulation for the Twin Cities, Lewis Insulation would like to compare and contrast the different options in insulation to help area homeowners choose the right one for their unique homes.

Of the three most popular types of insulation, fiberglass has been around the longest is more commonly used. Fiberglass is man made and can be installed in both new and existing homes, garages, attics and more. It is non-combustible, non-corrosive & non absorbent. If exposed to moisture, fiberglass will not hold water.

Fiberglass insulation isn't the pink stuff of the past. Fiberglass insulation from Lewis Insulation is high-quality JM fiberglass insulation. When you have Lewis Insulation upgrade your home's insulation with JM fiberglass insulation, you can expect year-round comfort. Whether it be your attic, walls, floors or ceilings, you can be assured that you will use less energy to heat & cool your home.

Closed cell polyurethane spray foam insulation is one of the most advanced insulating materials available on the market today. We use state of the art equipment & have completed certified training & continued education on spraying polyurethane spray foam. It offers the highest R-value over all other insulation materials. JM Corbond III offers a true R-7 per inch.

Cellulose insulation is considered a greener material than fiberglass and being made of paper, does not pose any health issues to the installer or home occupants.

Cellulose insulation is also chemically treated to resist fire, insects and mold. It has a better resistance to air flow and prevents the upward movement of air caused by temperature differences. The R-value of cellulose insulation actually improves during cold weather.

Lewis Insulation installs blown-in cellulose insulation in both new and existing attics and walls, as well as garages, pole buildings etc. Cellulose insulation is manufactured from recycled newspaper. It is non-toxic, and will not rot, decay, or contribute to mold growth. Cellulose insulation is considered "green" as it is made from recycled newspaper and requires less energy to manufacture.

Lewis Insulation is a full service insulation company that proudly serves Plymouth and the surrounding areas. They install fiberglass, closed cell spray foam and cellulose insulation for residential customers. They work on existing homes, new homes, additions and home remodels. For more information on the best types of attic insulation, visit their site at http://www.lewisinsulation.com/ (https://www.lewisinsulation.com/getting-to-know-different...).
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