Attic Insulation & More!
Are you looking for an insulation company in the Boca Raton, Florida area? Installed Building Products of West Palm can help!
We offer a variety of high-quality commercial and home insulation solutions. Local builders, contractors and homeowners depend on us for a variety of products and we are proud to serve them.
Insulation Services You Can Count On in Boca Raton, FL
Our team installs the highest quality insulation, including:
Do you need an insulation contractor for spray foam insulation services or something more? Give our insulation contractors in Boca Raton a call at (561) 223-1030(561) 223-1030!
Insulation is an important part of new home construction. It helps ensure the home is as energy-efficient and comfortable possible for future homeowners. Retrofit home insulation is also effective in helping reduce energy bills and saving money. If your bills have been higher than normal, you may need to re-insulate the attic and walls.
Whether you’re a homeowner who needs to add insulation to your attic or a home builder looking to install rigid foam in a community of homes, give us a call to learn more about our new home insulation and residential retrofit insulation services in the Boca Raton area.
Our team also works with builders and contractors on new commercial building construction projects. The right insulation helps ensure the building will be energy-efficient and help future owners reduce their overhead costs. If you own an older building, we can re-insulate it (and remove any old insulation).
Whether you’re a contractor who needs an insulation company for a new warehouse or a business owner who needs to insulate an older office building, IBP of West Palm can help. Contact us to learn more about our commercial insulation.
To schedule commercial insulation services in Boca Raton, contact IBP West Palm today!
Insulation Contractors Serving the Boca Raton, FL Area
When you need experienced contractors and the job done right the first time, look no further than IBP of West Palm. We work with homeowners, builders and contractors and, as part of the Installed Building Products (IBP) family of companies, offer the resources and expertise few Palm Beach County companies can match.
FAQs About Insulation
I have some insulation already, but I need more. Can I just add more over my existing insulation?
If you have high-quality insulation, you can probably get away with new layers, but building over a wet layer will worsen the effect. Damp materials reduce thermal resistance and raise your risk of corrosion. Fiberglass batts and foam insulators can fill up tight spaces left behind by existing materials. Provided your batt or roll insulation coats your drywall, extra layering will improve your results. Your insulation technician can advise you on whether you can keep your existing insulation.
Can I use the same insulation throughout my home or business?
Technically, you can use the same material throughout your building, but this approach won’t give you optimal results. Blanket batts and fiberglass rolls are ideal for unfinished walls that have joists and beams. Concrete and foam boards fare better in new constructions or autoclaved masonry units. Foam boards are built into your walls, so they’re perfect for new builds. Insulators usually turn to loose-fill and blown-in insulation in areas with tight spaces. In other words, every material and method of application performs best under defined conditions. If you’re going to achieve the best whole-home insulation possible, you’ll need to approach each part of your house differently.
I thought insulation was for cold climates. Do I really need it in Florida?
Insulation doesn’t just keep cold air out. It also keeps your conditioned air from escaping and prevents outdoor heat from penetrating your walls. It offers you a much-needed escape from those scorching midsummer days. Most materials have other added benefits, particularly in terms of noise reduction. Insulation’s preservation powers even extend to your air quality. When you have all the right retrofits and layers, you can keep toxic fumes out of your interior environment.
How do I know if I need more insulation?
An under-insulated house tends to be drafty and expensive to heat. If you’ve noticed that some parts of your home are much colder than others, the odds are good that part of your property needs new insulation. Frozen pipes, leaks, and cold surfaces all signal a lack of thermal resistance. If your summers are intolerably hot, your house probably needs some attention, too. In all these instances, your home will be more comfortable and less prone to pests when you’ve improved your R-value.