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About Insulation Companies in New Jersey

Proper insulation is important for keeping your home comfortable and your energy bills down. Consult a Best Pick insulation company to determine the type of insulation that will work with New Jersey’s climate and address your home’s insulation needs.

New Jersey Insulation Services

Signs of poor insulation

Very high utility bills are a sign you may have inadequate insulation. If your home is not well-insulated, heated or cooled air escapes faster and your HVAC system has to work harder. This creates increased energy usage and consequently energy bills.

Uneven temperatures in various parts of your home when your A/C system works just fine indicate a problem with insulation.

Dusty rooms may indicate that your home is not properly insulated. If a lot of air is flowing in and out of the house due to poor insulation, levels of dust increase inside the home.

Ice dams signal that heat is being lost through the roof. The heat escaping through the roof melts the snow, which then refreezes on the edge of the roof, creating ice dams.

Types of insulation materials

Insulation comes in many different materials and forms, each with its pros and cons and appropriate applications. A Best Pick insulation installer will be able to recommend the best option or combination of options for your home’s insulation needs.

Cellulose insulation is a loose-fill material that is blown into spaces. It is made of paper, sometimes recycled paper material.

Fiberglass insulation, made from fine glass fibers, is the most common type of insulation material. It is available in batts, blankets, or rolls. Batts fit between wall studs, blankets are used to insulate crawl space or basement ceilings, and rolls are laid on attic floors.

Foam insulation is made from polyurethane, polyisocyanurate, or polystyrene, which are all types of plastic. It comes in expanding and non-expanding forms and has many applications in different parts of the home.

Mineral wool refers to slag wool or rock wool. Slag wool is composed of waste products from molten metal. Rock wool is made up of natural minerals. Mineral wool is available in loose fill, rolls, or batts.

Natural fibers and recycled materials are used to make insulation, too. Hemp, sheep’s wool, straw, and cotton are some examples. Recycled jeans are used to make eco-friendly insulation.

The Best Picks for New Jersey Insulation Contractors

High-quality, experienced insulation installers can be hard to find, which is why the Best Pick Reports survey team reaches out to New Jersey homeowners every year to find the best insulation contractors in your area.

All Best Pick companies are fully vetted on an annual basis for excellent work and outstanding customer service, and we also verify all state-required insurance and licenses each year.

Our rigorous company qualification process ensures that the companies we recommend are the cream of the crop. We’re proud to present this information in a format that is simple and easy to use.

When you hire a Best Pick New Jersey insulation contractor, you can rest assured that your home will be cared for by a reputable and experienced professional. You’ll be pleased with the experience from start to finish—we guarantee it!