We Review Your Homes and Businesses
We will travel to the site of your project in order to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the structure and/or the insulation that is currently installed. We will be able to determine what the most effective next steps are, precisely what needs to be done, and provide you with a more accurate cost estimate for the project as a result of this.
Our main goal at Next Generation Insulation is to provide the best insulation for our customers’ homes. We can do a simple insulation upgrade making a world of difference in your home’s ability to maintain a comfortable temperature. Our team will help you select the best option, remove the old insulation, and install the new. Call us today to see how much of a difference upgrading your insulation can make.
Add or Remove Insulation
Do you need more insulation in your home? Or do you need insulation to be removed? You most likely already have insulation in your walls and attic; wondering if you have to remove the old insulation first? We can usually add new insulation to what you already have, saving time and money. Reach out to us and we’ll help you choose the best option for your CENLA home or office.
Shops and Outbuildings
In addition to your home or office, we insulate outdoor spaces, shops, etc. Uninsulated buildings in Louisiana can feel like a rainforest on the inside. Adding the right insulation to these structures can help to preserve the items you’re storing or improve the comfort of your outdoor space. Give us a call today for your free quote.
Have cold feet from a cold floor? It’s likely those cold floors are caused by inadequate insulation. A properly insulated subfloor lowers energy expenses and contributes to year-round comfort in your home or office. Most buildings constructed prior to 1990 have inadequate or nonexistent underfloor insulation. If you’re worried you need more insulation, call us today. We can easily check how well your crawlspace is insulated.
Retro Fit Existing Attic for Spray Foam
Why would you add spray foam to an existing home?
Most of the homes in Louisiana are insulated with a material that traps air (fiberglass, cellulose). They are supposed to insulate our homes and buildings based on the idea of dead air and the advection and convection principles (R-factor). The problem is that the forces acting against the building’s envelope are much stronger and more varied than what the air use insulator can control. By putting in open-cell polyurethane foam, you can make your HVAC system work less and save money.