Insulation is measured in 'R' values. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Insulation makes walls, floors, and ceilings warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. It also makes your home more comfortable by helping maintain a uniform temperature throughout the house, not just right by your vents. Lastly, it helps save you money!



With recent increases in cost of heating and cooling homes, many people are asking how they can save on their energy bills. If your home was built before 2000, you can almost be certain it is under insulated.

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Blown-In Insulation

Ballards Insulation uses two different types of blown-in insulation: fiberglass and cellulose. The fiberglass based blown-in insulation is made from molten glass that is spun into fibers. Most manufacturers use 20%–30% recycled glass content.

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Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation is the most efficient type of insulation. Spray foam insulation, correctly applied, will completely seal the building envelope which strengthens your home. It will protect your home from air and moisture intrusion, help as a sound barrier, and act as a pest inhibitor. It is used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications and is applied directly to all types of construction materials, from wood to steel to masonry and concrete.

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Insulation Removal

There are three main reasons to have insulation removed from an attic or crawl space:

  1. Over Insulation

  2. Damaged/Contaminated Insulation

  3. Upgrading Insulation

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