Insulation Experts Serving Ada, Ottawa, Woodville & Beyond
If you are tired of coming home to a household that is too cold, too hot, or just not efficient, it is time to call on the experts at USA Insulation of Toledo. We take pride in providing top quality insulation installation to customers throughout Arcadia, Genoa, Napoleon, Findlay, Walbridge, and surrounding areas. Our goal is to help you maximize your energy efficiency, comfort, and savings!
If you would like to have premium quality insulation in your home or building, our Toledo insulation experts are ready to help. We have been serving clients across the nation for 35+ years here at USA Insulation. In those three decades, we have upheld an impressive track record of client satisfaction.
We can insulate and seal your entire home.
In order for insulation to be as effective as possible, it should be installed throughout your home: in your attic, in your crawl space and – very importantly – in your walls. Wall insulation is more vital to the overall comfort of a home than many people realize. Wall insulation is also where our proprietary USA Premium Foam® Insulation product has a chance to shine. Its benefits far outweigh those of other wall insulation materials.
Our superior wall insulation product, together with our insulation and air sealing solutions for attics and crawl spaces, create an unbeatable whole-home insulation package.
Premium Injection Wall Foam - Our proprietary USA Premium Foam Insulation can provide your home’s walls with an effective, solid barrier to keep conditioned air in and the weather out. Learn More
Blown-In Attic Insulation - To combat the most commonly under-insulated area of the home, we offer blown-in attic insulation to help reduce major heat loss and high energy bills. Learn More
Spray Foam - Our versatile spray foam is perfect for insulating open cavity walls, ceilings and crawl spaces. Learn More
Air Sealing - Spaces and gaps are common in almost every home and to remedy their inefficiency, we offer premium air sealing services. Learn More
Whole-Home Insulation - With our whole-home approach, we insulate your home from top to bottom to ensure maximum comfort, savings and energy efficiency. Learn More
Commercial Applications - Our insulation services are also beneficial to businesses that want to curb spending, cut noise between offices and become more energy efficient. Learn More
Why do you need to re-insulate your home?
You think your home is insulated, but is it? - Here’s a telltale sign. If your home was built before 1980, that automatically makes you one of the 77 million Americans whose homes are insufficiently insulated, if they are insulated at all. Prior to 1980, there were no building codes for insulation minimums. And even if your home was built after 1980, the standards for insulation have consistently changed over the years. The required insulation decades ago may not meet code today, which means it would be worth doing an insulation inspection. Read more....
Our home insulation inspection takes multiple factors into consideration:
The many benefits of proper home insulation are surprising. Insulation increases comfort.
About 40% of feeling comfortable is attributed to the level of radiant heat exchange between your body and your surroundings. Proper insulation cuts down on this exchange of radiant heat, which makes your home—and you—much more comfortable. Insulation ensures that conditioned air stays in, and the weather stays out.
Insulation saves you money.
You pay a lot of money to condition the air in your home through your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC). Poor insulation allows that conditioned air to escape your home, while letting outside air in, which means you are wasting a lot of money on inefficient heating and cooling.
Insulation protects the environment.
If homes across the world were properly insulated, it would take just 10 years to see a reduction of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere totaling more than 293.5 billion pounds, according to a study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health.
Insulation is good for your health.
The Harvard School of Public Health estimated that if every family in the United States properly insulated their homes, there would be:
Insulation increases the value of your home.
An Energy Pulse Survey revealed that 86% of people living in the United States would choose an energy-efficient home over a home that has poor energy efficiency. In other words, the insulation and other energy efficient features in a house could be a deal breaker—or a deal maker—when in the market for a new home.