Wall Insulation in Fort Wayne & Elkhart
If you need a wall insulation company in Fort Wayne, Elkhart or surrounding areas in Indiana, the experienced team at Momper Insulation can help you. We work with homeowners and builders/contractors to insulate walls for retrofit and new construction projects.
Contact us if you’re ready to begin your insulation project, or keep reading to learn more about wall insulation!
Insulating Your Walls
Walls are one of the biggest sources of air leaks inside homes and buildings, so insulating them is essential for maximized year-round energy efficiency and comfort. In general, it’s recommended to insulate both interior and exterior walls.
Installing wall insulation can help:
- Reduce your utility bills
- Maximize the energy efficiency of your home or building
- Make your home or building a more comfortable space
- Improve the efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace
- Reduce noises on different levels inside
- Contribute to a healthier environment
New Construction & Retrofit Projects
Our team does it all, from spray foam for residential new construction projects to fiberglass for retrofit projects. The Momper Insulation team has experience installing different types of insulation in home and commercial building walls and can handle all your needs.
Wall Insulation Installation in Fort Wayne & Elkhart, IN
If you need more insulation for your home in northeastern Indiana, make Momper Insulation your first (and last) call. Our residential and commercial insulation teams add energy efficiency, comfort and value to all types of homes and buildings.
To learn more or start your project, contact us today. We’re looking forward to helping you with your wall insulation!
FAQs About Wall Insulation
Does wall insulation “go bad”?
Wall insulation doesn’t go bad, but it can lose effectiveness over time. If you have fiberglass batts, these can shift and fall. Similarly, blown-in insulation can settle and become compacted. Thus, it is advisable to have your insulation inspected every 5 to 10 years to ensure it’s still providing the appropriate level of protection.
What is the best wall insulation?
There are many types of insulation available for wall spaces. Rigid foam, sheep’s wool, blown-in, spray foam and fiberglass batts are the most common forms of wall insulation in the United States.
Should you insulate interior walls?
The thermal benefits of insulating interior walls are minimal. However, doing so can provide considerable sound barriers that can make it easier to work, sleep, rest and relax.
What is R-value?
R-value is a measure of the insulating material’s ability to resist conductive heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance, thus the greater the thermal protection.
Can you have too much wall insulation?
Yes, it is possible to over-insulate your home. When this happens, you can create an uncomfortable environment. Further, too much insulation creates conditions that allow moisture to get trapped between layers of insulation. This can have a negative impact on both insulating properties and your indoor air quality.
What are the benefits of proper wall insulation?
Proper wall insulation offers many benefits, including:
- Improved comfort of your family
- Reliable energy savings
- Superior protection of your property
Can I use spray foam insulation in wall cavities?
Absolutely! Spray foam insulation is ideal for use within wall cavities. As the foam expands, it fills in gaps and cracks and it seals air leaks. The result is a solid layer of protection against outdoor elements.
What additional steps will improve the thermal protection around my home?
In addition to insulating attics and crawl spaces, it is advisable to check weatherstripping around windows, doors and skylights. You should also make sure that any air leaks around vents, masonry, lights and other fixtures are properly sealed.
Do you have more questions about wall insulation? Contact Momper Insulation at 888-330-7543, and we’ll be happy to give you the answers you need.
Our Service Areas
We provide wall insulation in these areas: