Our insulation programs

2011Posted by our Retail Team

When insulating your home, you can choose from many types of insulation. There are four basic types of insulation: loose fill, batts and blankets, rigid board and spray foam. The most appropriate type of insulation to use will vary based on the type of construction, the extent of the rehabilitation planned and applicable code requirements. Check with our staff for the best fit and best value.

National Fiber

Choosing an insulation product for your home is something you'll literally have to live with for a long time. But when you compare Cel-Pak to the alternatives, it's an easy choice.
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Dow

STYROFOAM™ Brand Residential Sheathing is an extruded polystyrene foam board with plastic film facers on both sides to reduce job site damage to the insulation boards. In new construction and residing applications, it provides a level, even surface for the exterior sheathing and for new siding material, plus helps enhance energy efficiency, reduce condensation and create an attractive, long-lasting home exterior.
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Frost King

Today, Frost King is still the #1 brand of packaged weatherstrip and pipe/duct insulation. We manufacture and market a full-line of soft (foam tapes) and hard (aluminum) weatherizing products.
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Nu-Wool

Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation is installed in attics and floors of new and existing buildings to help curb rising energy costs and create more quiet and comfortable environments.
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Polyglass

POLYGLASS® has become one of the world's leading producers of modified bitumen roofing and waterproofing membranes.
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BP Insulation

BP High Performance Sheathing is manufactured by Building Products of Canada Corp., a leading producer and worldwide marketer of high quality wood fiber products. High Performance sheathing is a ½'' thick, wax impregnated wood fiber panel, coated on both sides with asphalt.
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Need a quote ?

2011Posted by Customer care

 

The very best way to receive an accurate quote is to contact your local LaValley Middleton Home Improvement Center . Click here for our store directory.

Additional product programs

2011Posted by Customer care

 

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