Spray Foam Insulation (SPF)

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is a spray-applied insulation by mixing two liquid components that react very quickly creating an expanding foam to insulate and seal gaps, preventing air infiltration and controlling it and keeping the temperature inside your home comfortable for you and your family.

Where to Apply SPF
• Attic
• Floors and ceilings
• Roof
• Foundation Walls (New and existing construction)
• Walls

Spray Foam Insulation Benefits
• Home temperature comfort
• Savings: Reduce your energy consumption bills
• Energy efficiency
• Higher insulation barrier method
• Eco-friendly, by reducing your gas emission

Fiberglass Insulation

Consists of loose-fill or batts from fiberglass material; this is the most common insulation type due to the effective cost-benefit and durability.

Where to Apply Fiberglass Insulation
• Floor frames
• Walls
• Foundation walls
• Attics
• Ceilings

Fiberglass Benefits
• Extended durability
• Not too flammable
• Increase energy efficiency and reduce external noise
• Mold and mildew resistant
• Improves home air quality
• Eco-friendly

Cotton Insulation

Cotton insulation is the most eco-friendly insulation type. It is made from renewable and recycled fibers, has lower health hazard compared with other insulation materials; and cotton insulation can last up to 10 years under suitable conditions, recommended by our experts.

Where to Apply Cotton Insulation
• Walls
• Wider opening areas
• Container homes
• Floor
• Attic
• Garages Walls

Cotton Insulation Benefits
• Green and eco-friendly insulation solution
• Lower cost
• Easy to install
• Lower health hazards
• Increasing material layers, improve thermal performance


Doble R Spray Foam Insulation

Mineral Wool Insulation

Mineral wool is inorganic fibers that come in batts for insulation applications. This type of insulation is slightly better than fiberglass insulation due to the higher R-value (resistance value from materials to conductive heat flow). This type of insulation can tolerate higher temperatures up to 1832°F (1000°c).

Where to Apply Mineral Wool Insulation
• Foundation walls
• Unfinished walls
• Floors and ceilings
• New and existing insulation replacement

Mineral Wool Insulation Benefits
• Easy to install
• Higher insulation properties
• External noise absorption
• Durability
• Fungi resistance
• Eco-friendly – Reduce your carbon footprint

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is an organic way to insulate made from mainly recycled paper. Cellulose insulation materials receive a chemical treatment to improve their insulation properties.

Where to Apply Cellulose Insulation
• Enclosed existing walls spaces
• New wall openings
• Adding over existing fiberglass insulation
• Unfinished attic floors
• Attic holes

Cellulose Insulation Benefits
• Low thermal conductivity
• Eco-friendly Solution
• Reduce noise transmission
• Long-term cost benefits
• Fire retardation
• Mold and pest control

Call us at 770-733-9249 or 678-787-8388 to receive expert support and assistance for your current insulation needs and home improvement projects.