We’ve Got Your Insulation Concerns Covered!
At Dean Home Supply + Service Co. we have flexible insulation material options for all areas of your home. Partner with our experts to create a healthy, year-round energy efficient home comprised of quiet, comfortable spaces. Ahhhhhh, home!
Product + Service
DEAN supplies, repairs, and installs it all! Whether you’re looking for blown in or batted insulation, we have your home covered. View our list below to see what Dean Home Supply + Service Co. has to offer.
Insulation of New & Existing Construction
residential or commercial
Existing Insulation Removal & Replacement
residential or commercial
faced batted, unfaced batted, blown in
Quick Turnaround - Quote to Install
Friendly, Knowledgeable Staff
Types of Insulation
See the house image and table below to browse through our difference insulation options.
Understanding the Elements
Before and After
Here are some before and after pictures of our most recent insulation installs!
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What does insulation really do?
A well-insulated home is one of the most cost-effective ways of saving energy while, also, helping to create an acoustically comfortable environment and more valuable home. Heat is a form of energy — it always seeks a cooler area — flowing outward in winter and inward in summer. By reducing heat flow, a properly insulated home uses less energy in winter for heating and less in summer for cooling. Insulation is also an excellent sound absorber. Proper insulation helps to reduce the transmission of sound from other rooms or from the outside. Sound transmission is noise that travels from room to room — or from home to home — such as jet flyovers, washers, dryers, heating and air conditioning systems, drum sets, TV’s, etc. Adding insulation to your home, adds value.
How do I know if my home has sufficient insulation?
Some indicators you do not have sufficient insulation are: hot or cold spots/rooms even though heat or a/c is running, home is built before 2000, insulation in attic is less than 10" high.
What does 'R Value' mean?
Insulation is identified and labeled by R-value. “R” stands for resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power.
What areas of my home should be insulated?
Insulation is not just for ceilings and walls. There is an insulation for every conditioned and unconditioned space in your home. Consider insulating knee walls, perimeter of your slab, crawl spaces, etc.
Don't just take our word for it...
“We needed insulation blown into our attic because it barely had any. The whole process was so easy. They were very professional and timely getting us a fair estimate, getting us on the schedule, and doing a great job. Highly recommend!!! Thanks guys. Look forward to doing business with your company in the future!”
- Meagin R.