Titanium Insulation, Chicago’s trusted insulation firm, installs everything from spray foam insulation, blown fiberglass insulation, cellulose insulation to traditional fiberglass batt insulation in homes and commercial properties, including stores, office building, warehouses and restaurants. With so many options to choose from, how do you know which is right for you? We’re here to help you decide the right approach for your specific needs; after a free consultation, we provide you with a comprehensive bid and estimate of our services. Join the hundreds of happy clients in the Chicagoland area and contact us today for your free consultation.
Cellulose Insulation is an efficient, “green” solution made primarily from recycled materials. With a better performance than traditional fiberglass batt insulation, This option controls heating and cooling while being environmentally friendly and cost effective and is generally used in newer homes and attics.
This traditional insulation is used in both old and new homes, this form of insulation is the cheapest alternative to other types of insulation and performs well enough to save you money on energy costs.
Spray Foam Insulation comes in two different types: Open Cell Insulation and Closed Cell Insulation. Depending on the scope of your work would determine which one would be the right choice for you:
Open Cell Insulation
Open cell insulation, also known as low density spray foam, is an excellent and affordable solution that leaves you with a completely airtight seam that protects your space from outdoor elements and extreme weather. This type of insulation is most commonly used on specialty projects, renovations, and new construction.
Closed Cell Insulation
Closed cell insulation, also called high density foam, increases a building’s energy efficiency and has the highest R-Value per inch. This type of insulation is designed to meet your most extreme needs. Its density and glue-like tendencies, closed cell insulation adds excellent structural strength wherever it’s applied.