New Construction Insulation in St. Louis and St. CharlesProfessional Insulation Services for New Homes
If you’re beginning construction on your new home, look no further than St. Louis’s own new home insulation experts at West County Insulation. Our contractors are ready to provide insulation for your attic, walls, crawl space, garage, basement, and wherever else your home may need. It’s always more cost-effective to insulate your home during the construction process than it is to retrofit it, so call us today to work with your construction company and set up a free home inspection today.
Why You Should Get Your New Construction Home Insulated
- Cheaper than insulating it years later
- Saves you money on energy costs
- Helps deter rodents out of your attic
- Prevents structural damage from moisture
- Provides some soundproofing
- Prolongs the life of your roof
Insulation Types We Work With
A quick and easy-to-install option that has been shown to be up to 22% more efficient than fiberglass batting. Blown-in insulation seals those hard-to-reach tight crevices in your home making it a great choice. Other benefits include reduced condensation, soundproofing, and fire protection.
Batt and Roll Insulation
Known as one of the most recognized insulation types, batt and roll insulation provides a snug fit inside the studs and the gaps of your new home’s walls. This fit helps reduce the amount of energy required to heat and cool a home by as much as 50 percent.
Spray Foam Insulation
Great for new construction homes, spray foam insulation provides a greater benefit that will save you money over time. Spray foam helps provide your attic with the heating and cooling capabilities that your home is looking for. As it’s sprayed, it fills up the surrounding cracks and expands once inside, blocking any water or air from getting in or out.
Frequent Questions About New Construction Insulation
Are New Homes Better Insulated?
Newer insulation is said to be up to six times more efficient than what was used in homes constructed during the 1960s.
Can You Over Insulate a Newly Built Home?
You actually can. Too much insulation will not necessarily help your home keep in more heat or cool air. Also, too much insulation can cause moisture to build up between the layers.
How Should I Insulate My New Home?
It’s always cost-effective to insulate your home right when it’s being built. The open walls and spaces make it much simpler and quicker.
Should I Insulate My Shower Walls?
When building a new home, it’s wise to consider insulating your shower walls. Any insulation behind your shower can mean a reduction in your chances of mold growth. Insulation will also help with better soundproofing and noise reduction between rooms.
The Choice for New Construction Insulation Services
Make sure that your new home is built with the comfort you’ve always dreamed of. At West County Insulation, our contractors are ready to bring an energy-saving solution to your home by bringing an airtight seal and keeping temperatures right throughout the year. Our new construction insulation covers all aspects and areas of your home. Call today and schedule a free estimate to get your home ready when you move in.
2055 Craigshire Rd, Suite 401 St. Louis, MO 63146