Batt Insulation in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts & Rhode Island

What is Batt Insulation?

Batt insulation is a very common form of insulation, since it is one of the least expensive ways to insulate a home. It made up of pre-cut, fiberglass or rockwool insulation that comes in flat pieces.

Depending on the climate in your area and your home, batt insulation may come with paper or foil facing. Batt insulation is very flexible and can fit between studs, rafters and joist blocks without leaving any gaps. When insulating your home, it is important to have every spot covered, to improve insulation and air flow in your home.  The experts at EcoLogic Energy Solutions can help you determine what is best for you and your home!

For expert advice and installation on batt insulation, contact EcoLogic Energy Solutions at (203) 889-0505 or online to get started on your insulation installation!

Benefits of Batt Insulation

One of the greatest benefits of insulating your home is that your home can become more energy-efficient. Batt insulation is commonly used to insulate walls, ceilings, and attics. If you’re unhappy with your existing insulation’s performance and you’re interested in batt insulation, we can also remove insulation and install batt insulation in your space.

Part of the effectiveness of batt insulation is that since it is made out of fiberglass, it is naturally fire-retardant throughout its life. Along with that, it can also reduce the level of noise coming into your home since it is naturally a sound dampener.

To start taking advantage of batt insulation in a new home, current home, or commercial space, contact us at (203) 889-0505 or online to get started on your batt insulation installation!

Commercial & Home Insulation Services in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts & Rhode Island Area

At EcoLogic Energy Solutions, we not only offer batt insulation installation, but we also offer:

In addition to batt insulation, we offer other insulation materials:

  • Spray foam: Typically made of polyurethane, spray foam is applied wet and expands into thick foam. Spray foam insulation can be installed in crevices and hard-to-reach areas and can help reduce air infiltration.
  • Cellulose (blown-in): Cellulose is an environmentally friendly insulation material. It is made up of mostly recycled material and takes less energy to make than other insulation materials. Cellulose can be installed in any area of a home.
  • Fiberglass (batts and blown-in): Fiberglass is made of small glass fibers. Often installed in attics, it can also be used to effectively insulate walls and crawl spaces as well.

We typically install insulation in all new areas of homes, including:

  • Attic
  • Basement
  • Ceilings
  • Crawl spaces
  • Walls

Regardless of the chosen insulation or where it is going, we are the insulation experts at EcoLogic Energy Solutions!

Looking for insulation contractors you can trust in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Contact EcoLogic Energy Solutions online or at (203) 889-0505 today to get insulation installed in your construction project.

Why EcoLogic Energy Solutions?

EcoLogic Energy Solutions is a leading batt insulation company serving Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We are dedicated to building customer relationships while delivering quality, consistent installation services. Our efforts have earned us an unbeatable reputation with 100% customer satisfaction.

If you are ready to start your insulation process for a new home or existing home or commercial building, contact EcoLogic Energy Solutions today online or at (203) 889-0505 to get a free quote!

Commercial Insulation

We insulate warehouses, offices, studio spaces and more.

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Home Insulation

We insulate attics, walls and crawl spaces.

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New Construction Insulation

We offer cellulose, fiberglass, and spray foam insulation for new construction projects.

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