Keeping your Stanwood home’s crawl space well insulated is incredibly important when it comes to saving money on your electric and gas usage.
Crawl space insulation works to prevent the transfer of heat through the walls, ceiling, and floor of your home. Cold floors, cold walls or excessive heat in upstairs and attic areas are signs that your Stanwood home is not well insulated.
Stanwood homes lacking proper insulation spend more money on their energy bills. Installing new crawl space insulation creates an average energy savings of 30% – 80%, simply because the insulation enables their homes to be more energy efficient.
Spray foam crawl space insulation is made from two types of composite material: polyurethane, and isocyanate. When sprayed out of the tip of the spray foam gun, the substance gradually expands, filling in the cracks and crannies of your crawl space or attic before curing. Spray foam insulation is the most effective material for insulating your Stanwood crawl space.
Fiberglass crawl space insulation is usually installed as large segments of insulation that are rolled or laid out onto a surface, such as flooring, ceilings, or in wall cavities. Blown fiberglass is becoming more and more popular, comprising one of the main insulation jobs we’re asked to do in Stanwood.
Cellulose crawl space insulation is made from recycled paper products. It’s recycled material content is very high, generally between 82-85%.
Cotton is a favorite of the environmentally friendly Stanwood, WA. Most cotton insulations consist of 85% recycled cotton and about 15% plastic fibers, which are generally treated with boric acid as a flame retardant. Cotton insulation is non-toxic.
Denim insulation is an eco-friendly insulation material for your Stanwood home. While it is more expensive than other types of crawl space insulation, if you’re looking for an earth-friendly insulation material, denim insulation is the type of insulation for your home in Stanwood.