Air moves in and out of a home, business, farm building, or shop in ways you would never imagine. Every small hole, crack, and crevice will cost you money in energy bills and reduce the comfort of a warmer building in winter and a cooler building in summer. The United States Department of Energy reports that heating and cooling accounts for approximately 56% of the energy used in the typical American home. Roughly 1/3 of air infiltrates through walls, ceilings, and floors.
To combat this, Aqua Shield Roofing & Construction offers quality insulation installation and service to keep your home at optimal temperatures without overworking your energy bills.
Achieve Optimal Insulation Performance
Aqua Shield Roofing & Construction can provide an advanced insulation system that is necessary to achieve optimal performance. We offer this through spray polyurethane foam, blow-in fiberglass, and roll-in fiberglass insulation.
Spray polyurethane foam is an advanced insulation system that can be used in new construction, ceilings, attics, basements, and walls. It also helps provide structural integrity for your home or business, as well as save on your energy bill. The savings on your energy bill can pay for the spray polyurethane foam over a period of time when applied by our insulation professionals.
This high-performing product is also a solution for commercial, residential, and agricultural roofs when applied by our professional staff. The spray polyurethane foam can also be applied on low sloped roofs. Spray foam can seal water leaks and provide a secure barrier to prevent water seepage into your building which can cause major damage, costing large amounts of money for repairs.
Fiberglass batt insulation has a lower installed price than many other types of insulating materials and, for equivalent R-Value performance, it is generally the most costeffective option. Batt insulation also maintains its effectiveness because it does not settle over time and is naturally fire retardant.
Because loose-fill insulation has no seams like are found in batts, studies have shown that loose-fill insulation performs up to 22% better than batts of the same R value. Blown-in fiber glass insulation can be installed to meet almost any R-Value requirement.