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Materials WE USE

Maximize your Home’s Comfort

When deciding what home improvements should be made, the most important factor is maximizing the comfort of your home and saving money on your energy bills. Dollar for dollar, insulation is the number one way to save energy. If you aren’t comfortable in your home, the first thing you do is adjust the temperature which drives your energy bills up. Upgrading your home insulation will make you more comfortable, and result in spending less on utilities. Maximize the comfort in your home by contacting The Insulation Man, the top insulation installers in Southeast Michigan!​​

Types of Insulation

Fiberglass Batting

Fiberglass comes in two forms, loose fill blown in and fiberglass blankets. Fiberglass batts are designed to be a “lay in place” and “cut and fit” material, commonly used for new construction wall and ceiling insulation. Loose fill fiberglass is a product that’s installed by machine only, and is commonly used in attic insulation.



  • Economical

  • Convenient

  • Readily available

  • Easy to install

Pink fiberglass insulation in commercial building
Insulation installer in attic blowing cellulose

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is 100 percent recycled paper product, which is installed by machine only. Product consists of small uniform fibers that provides greater air sealing capabilities than fiberglass batting. Cellulose is a proven product for energy saving, comfort, and sound control. Commonly used in attic and walls.


  • Environmentally friendly

  • High R-value

  • Economical

  • Fast install time

  • Resists growth of mold and mildew

  • Greater return on investment

  • Reduces air infiltration greater than fiberglass

Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Closed Cell Spray Foam is an environmentally friendly closed-cell, spray-in-place insulation that controls moisture and air infiltration, while providing energy savings and a new level of comfort. It is formulated from renewable agricultural resources and it saves homeowners significantly on energy costs compared to other common types of insulation. It stops air leakage into and out of your home, reduces noise, and blocks dust, pollen and other airborne pollutants for a more comfortable environment.



  • Provides structural rigidity to the wall system

  • Can be applied to most surfaces

  • Water tight

  • Extremely high R-value

  • Provides total air seal

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Does not support growth of mold and mildew

  • FEMA Class 5 flood resistance

Closed-cell spray foam insulation in rim joists of basement
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