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Choosing an Insulation Contractor:
Before you select an insulation contractor, consider the type of insulation that will best suit your needs and budget. Loose fill insulation can be made of cellulose, fiberglass, mineral wool, perlite or vermiculite, may be poured or blown in, and may work better than batt or rigid board insulation in unusual spaces or nooks and crannies that are difficult to access; whereas batts are made to fit precisely between studs, and rigid board insulation can add structural strength. Reflective blankets can be very effective in attics where radiant heat transfer is a concern. Liquid foam insulation has a higher R value and can be injected into cavities in walls, floors and roofs, but requires specialized equipment and professional trained installers. If you are unsure of what is best for your project, talk to a variety of insulation contractors, get recommendations, and estimates. All contractors on this site are licensed and bonded, but should you use another contractor, be sure to verify their Washington State Contractor's License.
Quick Tip: Ask your local energy company about possible free energy audits, and available energy credits or rebates.
WOW what a difference this has made.
It’s refreshing to work with a company that delivers what they promised! ~ Edmonds, WA
They did a great job of insulating our attic in a single day, and left the house spotless afterwards. We have been very happy with the job and are definitely now saving money on our heating. ~ Seattle, WA
They removed and replaced the insulation and used enviromentally friendly products to control the pests. They are an excellent people who show up on time and have great follow up. ~ Lynnwood WA
The Classic Insulation team shined above their competiton, from their front desk to the estimator, to the installation crew, their professionalism was impressive. Plus, we have saved approximately 30% on our heating cost. ~ Mount Vernon WA