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Michigan Home Insulation Services

Lower your energy costs with home insulation services from Pro Home Improvement.

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Why Choose Pro Home Improvement?

Pro Home Improvement has been finding innovative solutions for Michigan homeowners since 2006.
With almost 20 years of expertise, Pro Home Improvement ensures top-quality installs, prioritizing customer satisfaction and proper insulation techniques. When considering new insulation, beware of cutting costs, as opting for low bids can lead to poor installation. Experienced installers understand unique product requirements, preventing common mistakes like electrical faults or inadequate insulation.

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What You Can Expect

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Step 1

Full Attic Inspection

Before proceeding with any attic work, a comprehensive inspection by a Pro expert evaluates ventilation and insulation needs. The inspection ensures a fair and accurate estimate, covering all costs and requirements, from insulation type to quantity, to provide a comprehensive quote.

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Step 2

Preparing Your Home

We’ll ensure your home is protected and your attic is ready through protective layers, including installing baffles for proper ventilation.

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Step 3

Installing the Insulation

The attic insulation installation method varies, depending on the type of insulation purchased – blown-in attic insulation, batt insulation, or spray foam insulation.

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Step 4

Clean Up

After installing attic insulation, the crew carefully removes protective barriers. Any missed insulation is cleaned up, leaving your home in pristine condition.

Quality Insulation Materials

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Stabilized Blown-In Cellulose

Blown-in insulation is installed by running a hose from a truck-mounted blower machine into the attic. The installer directs the hose to ensure an even layer of insulation on the attic floor.

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Batt Attic Insulation

Batt insulation is installed by measuring and cutting sections to fit between floor joists in the attic. Additional layers may be added for full coverage. Alternatively, insulation can be nailed between rafters instead of being laid on the floor.

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Spray Foam Attic Insulation

Spray foam insulation is applied using smaller hoses, covers attic walls and ceilings, and expands upon application.

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Cellulose Insulation for Walls

Our exclusive cellulose blown-in insulation guarantees long-term coverage without settling or shifting, ensuring effectiveness for decades. Made from 100% recycled materials, it's our greenest insulation option, providing sustainable and efficient home insulation.

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Dense Pack Cellulose Insulation for Walls

Upgrade your finished walls' R-value efficiently with dense pack cellulose insulation. By drilling small, easily sealed holes in the exterior, celulose is blown directly into walls, tightly filling each cavity without costly repairs.

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Fiberglass Insulation for Walls

Fiberglass insulation, offered in loose-fill and batt forms, is widely used in Michigan homes for its effectiveness. Recognizable by its pink color, it consists of glass fibers woven with a binder, providing a wool-like texture.

The Details for Expertly Installed Insulation

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Checking the Current Insulation Levels

Pro Home Improvement will evaluate the current insulation’s R-value per inch and calculate its sufficiency for meeting Energy Star-recommended levels in Michigan homes, typically between R50 and R60 for attics, ensuring adequate insulation coverage.

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Look for Gaps in Coverage

Batt insulation often leaves gaps, especially in corners and around electrical wiring. Loose-fill and spray foam insulation can also develop gaps, but they are less frequent. A thorough inspection is essential for identifying and addressing these areas.

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Inspect Health of Current Insulation

Contractors inspect insulation for wet spots, indicating roof leaks, and look for signs of pest infestation beneath and around the insulation. This comprehensive check ensures any underlying issues are addressed alongside insulation concerns.

The Benefits of Working With Pro Home Improvement

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25-Year System Guarantee

Pro Grade Insulation comes with an unparalleled guarantee. Unlike typical warranties, our guarantee covers both materials and installation, ensuring efficient repairs and lasting performance.

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Free Yearly Inspections

Make sure your insulation is performing as it should by having a pro visit your home once a year.

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Backed by Experience

With almost 20 years of experience, we offer cost-effective insulation across Michigan, with headquarters in Ferndale.

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Reputable With Michigan Locals

We're proud of the customer work we've done with 4.5 stars on Google and no-pressure estimates.

Recent Projects

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Breckenridge, Bloomfield Hills

Our passion at Pro Home Improvement lies in reducing clients’ energy bills and crafting homes they adore. When Lisa presented us with multiple issues, we eagerly stepped in. Transforming her Bloomfield Township residence, we provided comprehensive upgrades, including roofing, siding, gutters, windows, and insulation, ensuring her home exceeded expectations in both functionality and aesthetics.
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Lawton, Detroit

Larry, troubled by high winter heating bills reaching $600, sought insulation upgrades. Pro Home Improvement’s revelation that proper attic insulation could cut energy costs by 50-70% surprised him. After 20 years in his home, Larry was convinced and hired Pro to make the necessary improvements, eager to alleviate his energy expense concerns.
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Safety Overview

Prioritizing Safety With Our Protocols

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Adhere to industry-standard safety protocols and regulations.

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Follow Safety Guidelines

Adhering to industry-standard safety protocols and regulations, we ensure all of our contractors are staying up to date on guidelines.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of home services do you provide?
Pro Home Improvement can help you with your residential insulation project in Southeastern Michigan. We will use the best product for your unique situation to lower energy bills with attic or wall insulation. We can also help you with other projects, including roofing, siding, gutters, and windows.
For Michigan’s climate, insulation materials like fiberglass, cellulose, and spray foam are ideal. Fiberglass offers versatility and effectiveness in both batt and loose-fill forms. Cellulose, made from recycled paper, provides excellent thermal performance. Spray foam insulation, available in open-cell and closed-cell varieties, offers superior air sealing and moisture resistance, ideal for Michigan’s fluctuating weather conditions.
Wall insulation plays a crucial role in home energy efficiency, impacting utility bills significantly. Inadequate or poorly installed wall insulation can lead to inconsistent indoor climate control and higher energy costs. Given that walls comprise a substantial portion of a home’s exterior, ensuring proper insulation coverage is essential for optimal energy efficiency.

For Michigan homes, the recommended wall insulation R-value is R-49 or higher. Despite initial insulation during construction, settling or low-R-value materials can leave gaps, affecting indoor climate control. These gaps, especially around windows or door frames, pose challenges in maintaining consistent interior temperatures, emphasizing the need for adequate insulation to enhance energy efficiency.

The choice of wall insulation depends on the condition of the wall. Dense pack insulation offers cost-saving benefits for sealed, finished walls, while spray foam may benefit open cavities installation. Pro Home Improvement offers four insulation types to mitigate thermal energy loss from your attic, tailored to each project’s unique needs.

Excessive insulation in home walls can trap moisture, leading to mold growth and compromised indoor air quality. Balancing insulation levels with proper airflow is crucial to prevent moisture buildup. Maintaining optimal indoor air quality requires both adequate insulation and ventilation to ensure a healthy living environment.

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