Looking for an insulation contractor for your home’s or business’ attic floors and exterior walls? Tri-County Air Service’s expert insulation installers not only have the expertise and experience to handle adding insulation to all areas of your home, they have the HVAC industry training to prevent potentially hazardous mistakes other insulation contractors can make.
We use InsulSafe SP Fiberglass Insulation
What is InsulSafe SP?
Our Insulation Installation experts use InsulSafe SP on both our residential and our commercial projects. This fiberglass blowing insulation is perfect for both new construction and retrofit situations. Because this material is blown-in, it's able to reach hard-to-access areas that other forms of insulation won't.
How is InsulSafe Superior?
Better coverage, able to reach tight spots
Amazing sound dampening
Resistant to settling
Long-lasting, designed to last for the life of the building
Doesn't rot or decay
Won't absorb moisture!
Limited lifetime warranty
By the Book Insulation Installs
Tri-County Air Service always works within state and local building codes. Our insulation installation experts make sure not to block any ventilation egresses to ensure you and your family are completely safe from dangerous furnace exhaust pollutants in the fall and winter.
Attic & Wall Insulation
Our insulation installation services include both attic insulation and exterior wall insulation. We have the tools and the talent to maximize your value per square footage of insulation installation.
Energy Efficient & Cost Effective
Tri-County Air Service's home insulation services include blown-in insulation using energy efficient fiberglass. This creates an air-leak-free air seal to allow proper heat flow and encourage positive air pressure inside the home.
Blown-in Insulation: Fiberglass Insulation vs. Cellulose
We typically use blown-in insulation on our projects. There are pros and cons to the two most common types of blown-in fiber insulations. Cellulose insulation tends to sag and compact more than fiberglass. More importantly, we’ve noticed that cellulose tends to hold moisture more than fiberglass insulation, which, considering our high-humidity South Mississippi service area, can wreak havok on wood, drywall, and even your HVAC system.
Time to upgrade to a modern system that is properly designed for the size of your home or business? Have you just finished construction on your new home? Check out ourHVAC System Installation services.