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We Install Insulation With Precision

Chavez Spray Foam Insulation offers spray foam and fiberglass insulation services at reasonable rates. Contact us to request a free quote or estimate.

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Quality Work at Great Rates

If your home isn’t kee​ping the cold or heat at bay effectively, reach out to Chavez Spray Foam Insulation in Oklahoma. We make sure your property is well-insulated so you can maintain a comfortable temperature indoors without raising your energy bills.

Open or Closed Cell 

Spray Foam

Spray foam insulation is a dual acting product that offers both comprehensive insulation and air sealing all in one. Open cell spray foam has a lower R-value than closed cell spray foam. Open cell spray foam has open bubble cells when applied. It is preferred for interior use over exterior use and is often used for sound dampening, it is also vapor permeable, can accommodate seasonal movement and is not a food source for mold. Closed Cell Spray Foam is solid, the cells of the bubbles remain closed, making it rigid and contributing to a higher R-value than open cell. The rigidity of closed cell also makes it a top candidate for structural reinforcement helping to strengthen buildings during storms or high winds. With its ability to deflect water and provide a vapor barrier, closed cell spray foam works for both interior and exterior applications. And, like open cell spray foam insulation, it is vapor permeable, is able to accommodate seasonal shifting and is not a food source for mold.

Loose Fill Insulation (Blown-In)

Blown-in insulation is ideal for adding hard-to-reach places and for upgrading existing insulation in homes or attics. There are two types: blown in or fiberglass and they offer similar results. Blown-in fiberglass insulation is one of the most common and widely used types of insulation. Unlike fiberglass insulation of the past, today’s fiberglass insulation is no longer made with formaldehyde. It consists primarily of recycled glass materials.

Cellulose insulation is likewise made from recycled materials, but it primarily consists of recycled newsprint and other recycled paper. Both types are treated with non-toxic fire retardants to make it a durable, safe, cost-effective solution for homeowners. It is a durable, safe, cost-effective solution for a homeowner looking to upgrade their insulation. It can be blown in to nearly any space including attics where it can be blown over the top of existing insulation in attics.

Batt Insulation (Fiberglass)

When most people think of insulation, the first thing that comes to mind is fiberglass insulation. As the most common and widely used type of insulation, fiberglass insulation is made from recycled glass that is spun to create insulation fibers. The fibers are developed into batts or rolls to fit into construction framing, or are used in loose form. Fiberglass insulation can be used to insulate nearly any area including walls, attics and ceilings. It has excellent acoustics, is noncorrosive, does not absorb moisture, noncombustible, won't settle over time, is lightweight and it is certified for superior indoor air quality (IAQ) performance.

Fiberglass insulation needs to be properly installed to maximize performance. To be sure your home’s fiberglass insulation achieves maximum efficiency, it’s best to hire an experienced insulation contractor to install fiberglass insulation.

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation has been used to insulate homes for many years. Cellulose is made from recycled newsprint and other recycled paper and treated with nontoxic fire retardants. It is a durable, safe, cost-effective solution for a homeowner looking to upgrade their insulation. It can be used in similar applications to how blow-in fiberglass would be used. It can be blown in to nearly any space including attics where it can be blown over the top of existing insulation in attics. Cellulose can also be dense-packed into other closed-cavities.

It is available in two primary forms. Loose-fill cellulose is often used to insulate attics. Stabilized cellulose insulation is used to protect your entire home including sidewalls.

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