R&K Insulation Division has the quality and service to fill all your insulating needs--walls & attics, residential & commercial, new build & existing, and more!

We carry and install many varieties of insulation, including batt, blown loose-fill and spray foam, from well-known brands such as Certainteed, Johns Mansville and Roxul. All of our products are non-corrosive, non-flammable, non-combustible and pest resistant making them safe and clean, in addition to energy efficient! Schedule an in-home attic inspection, and our knowledgeable estimators will assess your current insulation type and levels in order to recommend the best retrofit options to achieve the improved energy efficiency and R-value you are looking for. We employ a team of trained and professional installers skilled in applying the types of insulation we carry. Attic Insulation Inspections - What we Look For. These are things we assess when performing an Attic Inspection. If you would like a rough estimate over the phone, we will need the answers to the following questions when you call.
  1. Depth of existing material. Is it below the joists?
  2. What type of material is it?  Cellulose is the grayish paper-like material. Fiberglass is usually white, but may come in other colors depending on the manufacturer.
  3. What is the livable square footage of the house?
  4. What do you want to bring the insulation level up to?
Insulation Types

Insulate Today, Save Energy and Money Tomorrow!

Today's homeowners are looking for ways to save - save on utility bills, save energy, save money. Research shows homes without the proper amount of insulation in an attic lose not only energy, but money as well. By adding the proper amount of attic insulation to their homes, homeowners could save as much as 20% on utility bills. So How Much Insulation is in Your Attic? According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Insulation recommendation, homes in the Valley should have insulation with an R-value between R-30 and R-60 in their attic. We recommend an R-Value of R-38 to R-49. R-Value is the thermal resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Economic Benefits Of Insulation
  • Insulation reduces average home health and cooling/heating costs by around 20 percent.
  • Increasing the insulation in an under-insulated home results in a decrease in monthly utility bills.
  • One of the most cost-effective ways to make your home more comfortable year-round is to add insulation to your attic.
  • Insulation is an investment that lasts for many years and typically requires no further maintenance.