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Current Insulation Products


How we blow in fiberglass insulation

Fiberglass batts are the most recognizable type of insulation, however, most do not know how to properly install these batts to maximize their R-Value, or do not know the recommended R-Value needed for each area of your home.

The process for insulating a home goes much deeper than simply installing insulation.  It involves sealing air leaks, ventilation systems, moisture control and much more!  Hiring a trained professional to properly choose and install the correct insulation for your home can save hundreds on energy costs.  "Based on new research, the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) estimates that roughly 90 percent of existing US single family homes are under insulated, wasting energy and money, and decreasing comfort for homeowners." So make sure to contact Midwest Contractor Services today to ensure you are saving money on energy costs, living comfortably in your home and avoiding any ventilation or moisture control issues that will cost you more in the long run!

-Blown-in fiberglass
-Fiberglass batts

In this video, Chuck displays the proper technique for installing blown fiberglass insulation into an exterior wall in a new construction home.  Chuck has 25 years of experience installing insulation in Northwest Indiana and has been a part of the MCS team for the past 3 years.

Future products

MCS will soon be offering closed-cell spray foam insulation.  This is a product that can be strategically used by our trained professionals to improve the energy efficiency of your home!

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