Problems & Solutions

Indoor Air Quality

The Problem

Indoor air quality is adversely affected by too many contaminants and pollutants. Inside your home, the air will start to feel strange, and in extreme cases, you could notice a decline in your respiratory health. Symptoms of poor air quality include breathing problems, coughing and sneezing, irritation in the eyes or throat, and worsening asthma symptoms. Mold growth can result from humidity and also affect the health of your loved ones.

You can mitigate such risks and live healthier by installing proper insulation. It will protect your home from moisture, pollutants, and mold once you seal the crawl spaces and cracks affecting your home.

The Solution

Our best-performing product for Air quality is spray foam. Spray foam seals every nook and cranny, so your home is truly airtight. The space that needs insulation will determine which product fits your home best. Both options have additional benefits that may help other issues in your home, such as Energy Efficiency, Temperature control, Soundproofing, and Lifetime. We offer a free home consultation to build the perfect insulation strategy for your home. Get started by clicking the button below!

We have rated each of our insulation products and methods using the Vortex Insulation meter, called VortaMeter. It is on a sliding scale between 1-100. Below, you will find how we rank each of our services’ air quality performance based on our metrics. 

*This branded system showcases our opinion of how each insulation performs. It is based on our experience and a collection of industry standards for indoor air quality.

Spray Foam Insulation – Open Cell

Air Quality 99%

Spray Foam Insulation – Closed Cell

Air Quality 99%

Rigid Board Insulation

Air Quality 90%

Mineral Wool Batt Insulation

Air Quality 30%

Fiberglass Batt Insulation

Air Quality 30%

Blow In Insulation, Loose Fiberglass, And Cellulose Loose Fill

Air Quality 20%
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Interested in learning more about what each of these services can do for your home? Click below for a detailed description and what to expect!