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Learning Center

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About 
Home & Commercial Insulation

Are you interested in learning more about insulation for your home or business? You've come to the right place. We strongly believe in the importance of education and how the right insulation can have a positive impact on your comfort and energy efficiency! That's why we've included this section full of learning materials. You should have access to all the information necessary to make an informed decision.

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Insulation Comparison

Injection foam, spray foam, rigid panels, insulated panels, fiberglass batts & blankets, blown-in, radiant barriers...oh my! What type of insulation is best?


Understanding R-Value

The "R" in R-Value refers to the resistance a product has against temperature conduction. Find out why our products have such high R-Values!

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Our Blog

All things insulation and energy efficiency can be found on our informative blog. Check back often to keep up with the latest advances.

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Common Questions

If we haven't yet answered all your insulation questions, please feel free to contact us or one of our franchise locations directly.

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Free Home Insulation Inspection

Our experts will come to your home to identify your energy loss issues for free! We'll come up with a solution that solves your problems. No hassles and no obligations.


Why Reinsulate Your Home?

Why Reinsulate Your Home?

You think your home is insulated, but is it? Here's a telltale sign. If your home was built before 1980, that automatically makes you one of the 77 million Americans whose homes are insufficiently insulated, if they are insulated at all. Prior to 1980, there were no building codes for insulation minimums. And even if your home was built after 1980, the standards for insulation have consistently changed over the years.

Insulation Benefits

Insulation Benefits

Heat naturally flows from a warm to a cool place. As a result, many poorly insulated homes end up heating attics or even losing heat to the outside. Same goes for summer, but in the reverse. The heat from the outside naturally flows into the air conditioned home. Insulation helps hinder this natural process, thereby keeping a home warm in winter and cool in summer, while lowering energy bills.

What to Expect

What to Expect

Once you've decided to improve your home's comfort and energy efficiency with USA Insulation, we make sure we're with you every step of the way, from the initial call to the post-installation consultation.

See how filling in the gaps can 
make your house whole.

After a whole-home insulation package, this Ohio home had a 53% reduction in air leakage. See what we did and hear from the independent energy consultant.

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