We offer a wide variety of insulation materials and by doing this we do not limit ourselves or your job to one insulation choice. Fiberglass, Cellulose & Rockwool, Spray Foam Division, and Energy Efficiency Inspections Commercial. Learn more about the products we offer below.
Contrary to the myth, fiberglass insulation is the leading material used today insulation systems. When installed properly fiberglass gets optimal R-value and offers excellent energy efficiency. It is the most budget friendly material and has many different application styles.
- Fiberglass batts
- Loosefill attic application
- Pro-Pink complete wall systems
- Drill and fill for existing homes
- Vinyl backed for commercial buildings
NET & BLOWN WALLS SYSTEM
This system offers high R-value and maximum protection from air infiltration. Once putting a netting material on the walls, we fill the cavity with a dry, loosefill material and pack the cavity full.
- Pro-Pink Complete
- Cellulose Dry Fill
SPRAY FOAM DIVISION
Spray polyurethane foam, commonly referred to as SPF is a spray-applied insulating foam plastic that is installed as a liquid and then expands many times its original size. Spray polyurethane foam can be adjusted and have many different physical properties depending on the use desired. For example, the same basic raw materials that can make insulation foam semi-rigid and soft to the touch also creates high density roofing foam that is resistant to foot traffic and water. Specialized equipment is used to apply the spray polyurethane foam and proper technical training is important in order to get the best results.
Spray polyurethane foam is the king of building materials for multitasking. For moisture it can provide high levels of R-Value, while providing air barriers and assistance in moister control in buildings. For roofing, spray polyurethane foam insulates and eliminates thermal bridging through fasteners or gaps in decking while providing a long-lasting roofing system that has a life that can be extended by re-coating or recovering in an average of > 10 – 15 years. As a result spray polyurethane foam is used in a wide variety of applications including, but is not limited to:
2. Air barriers
3. Commercial and residential insulation in walls, ceilings, attics and basements.
4. Industrial insulation for pipes and tanks, cold storage facilities, freezers, walk-in coolers, and climate controlled buildings such as produce storage and clean rooms.
Rite Way Insulation offers a full line of SPF products:
.5 lb. Open cell
2 lb. closed cell
3 lb. roofing foam
Rock Wool and Slag Wool Insulations for Residential and Commercial Envelope Applications
Rock or Slag Wool Loose-Fill (Blown-in) and Blanket Insulation
Rock and slag wool insulations are used as thermal insulation in walls and attics and as acoustical insulation for residential walls and ceilings. They offer a wide array of benefits for homeowners looking for environmentally responsible thermal and acoustical insulation solutions.
Time Tested Performance
Rock and slag wool insulation is tested to all applicable industry standards to ensure its R-value does not deteriorate over time.
Loose-fill rock and slag wool resists settling, and batt products spring back after average compression so that the installed thermal performance is maintained over the life of the product.
In fact, the higher density of rock and slag wool insulation allows it to achieve higher R-values than cellulose or open cell foam insulation when installed in wall cavities.
Rock and slag wool insulation is naturally non-combustible (like fiber glass) and remains so for the life of the product without the addition of harsh or potentially dangerous chemical fire retardants.