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Wall Insulation in Portland, OR

The walls of a home are a major source of energy loss and, therefore, are a good place to insulate. If your energy bills have suddenly increased for seemingly no reason, you may need more wall insulation.

If you live in northwestern Oregon or southwestern Washington, get in touch with Installed Building Products Portland! Our professionals install different insulation materials to help ensure your walls and home are as energy-efficient as possible. We offer:

In our experience, insulating your walls is a great way to improve not only your home’s energy efficiency but also its year-round comfort.

Wall Insulation FAQ

Why Is Insulating Walls Important?

Interior and exterior wall insulation can help you maximize your home’s energy efficiency and save the most money. Before starting your wall insulation project, it’s essential to make sure things like light switches and electrical sockets are properly sealed and that there are no holes and cracks where air can leak in and escape out. Air leaks can really compromise the performance of your insulation—in fact, a home that has insulation but isn’t sealed properly is just as bad as a home without enough insulation!

Spray foam insulation is great at filling small cracks and holes and around pipes, wiring, etc. Cellulose and fiberglass insulation are effective at stopping heat transfer, and both of these types of insulation also provide good sound control, reducing noises from both outside and between different rooms in your home.

What Are the Benefits of Wall Insulation?

Insulating interior and exterior walls can help:

  • Maximize energy efficiency and reduce your energy bills
  • Make your home or building a more comfortable space
  • Improve the efficiency of your air conditioner
  • Reduce noises from outside and between different rooms and levels inside
  • Contribute to a healthier environment inside your home or building

What Are the Different Types of Insulation for Walls?

A few different materials can be used to insulate walls. Blown insulation, batt insulation and spray foam are all used in walls for both retrofit and new construction projects.

Insulation from IBP Portland

If you live in northwestern Oregon or southwestern Washington, IBP Portland is a good name to know. Our residential insulation team adds energy efficiency, comfort and value to homes in your area. We offer the knowledge, experience and resources that few companies can match.

No matter what type of insulation you need for your walls, you can rely on IBP Portland for on-time, affordable installation. And all work is done by our highly skilled, licensed professionals.

Give us a call or contact us online. We’re looking forward to working with you!

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