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Spray Foam Insulation Contractors for Mid Michigan

Making Michigan homes more energy efficient since 2004.

Serving all of Michigan: We are Full Service Spray Foam Insulation Contractors in the Mid Michigan Area installing spray foam, open cell, closed cell, injection foam, wall spray cellulose, blown, or loose fill cellulose for attics, sound proofing. SPRAY FOAM IS OUR SPECIALTY and Installing foam or insulation in existing homes.

Cities in which we install our spray foam, injection foam, open cell foam, and closed cell foam:
Jackson, MI. Lansing, MI. Ann Arbor, MI. Ypsilanti, MI. Grand Ledge, MI. Battle Creek, MI. Kalamazoo, MI. Detroit, MI. Novi, MI. Howell, MI. Ludington, MI. Muskegon, MI. Traverse City, MI. Grand Rapids, MI. Brighton, MI.

Existing Homes

Need to insulate your existing home? We're highly trained and use the best tools and materials to insulate your home without an cosmetic damage.

New Construction

Need to insulate a new building? We offer a range of insulation options to give you the most efficiency for your project.

Energy Audits

We're BPI Certified to perform energy efficiency and air quality audits for your home and make the necessary changes using the best tools and most up-to-date technology.

Aeroseal Duct Sealing

Aeroseal software allows Weatherwise to accurately measure the duct leakage in residential homes and commercial buildings. The Aeroseal process closes leaks and saves you money!

One note on your foamer....I got a little panicked at the last minute when I read on line that you need to be out of the house 24 hours after they foam. I was hoping that I did not have to get out! That company did an awesome job explaining how the process works and they did everything to ensure a safe environment.  they used an exhaust fan that drew the smell out and moved the fan along as they sprayed.  they also took great care with the black ceiling.  for a young team, they really know how to ensure consumers feel safe and satisfied.  i would recommend them to anyone.  I spent the day in my studio and when I came back to the house I could not smell a thing.  thought you should know in case others ask.  the 24 hour thing from the EPA is all about 4-6 inch thickness, this job got a 2-3 inch spray that expanded to fill the 2' x 4'  the foam dried in about 20 minutes and there was no smell upstairs.
- Aaron - Jackson, MI