Get the Best of All Worlds in Your Insulation

Ask any homeowner in Maine, and they’ll tell you how difficult it is to keep their house comfortable during the harsh winter season. Even with insulation, drafts and cold spots can sometimes make your house feel unbearable.

But, seeking a complete insulation solution can be costly, time-consuming, and often out of reach for many homeowners. With traditional solutions like fiberglass or cellulose, an air barrier isn’t created, leaving the home vulnerable to blow-in drafts that can lead to significant energy loss.

With Seal It’s hybrid insulation system, you’ll get the comfort and value of spray foam insulation combined with fiberglass or cellulose materials that can meet any budget. Our system creates an air-tight seal that blocks drafts from coming in while keeping cold air out — keeping you warm and comfortable throughout even the coldest months in Maine.

Both fiberglass and cellulose insulation offer unique benefits and solutions to suit different insulation needs. Whether you prioritize thermal efficiency, sound absorption, fire resistance, eco-friendliness, or moisture control, these insulation options can provide effective solutions for hybrid insulation coupled with spray foam.

What are the Benefits of Fiberglass Insulation?

  • Thermal Efficiency: Fiberglass effectively slows down heat transfer, keeping buildings cool in summer and warm in winter.

  • Versatility: Fiberglass insulation comes in pre-cut batts or rolls, making it easy to fit around obstacles and irregular shapes, ensuring comprehensive coverage.

  • Sound Absorption: Along with providing thermal insulation, fiberglass also helps reduce sound transmission.
  • Fire Resistance: Fiberglass insulation is non-combustible and highly resistant to fire.

What are the Benefits of Cellulose Insulation?

  • Eco-Friendly: Cellulose insulation is made from recycled materials, such as shredded newspaper or cardboard, making it an eco-friendly option.
  • Moisture Control: Cellulose insulation has natural moisture-absorbing properties, helping to regulate humidity levels.
  • Pest Resistance: Cellulose insulation is resistant to pests, such as insects and rodents, and provides an added layer of protection for your home.
  • Mold Inhibition: The borate treatment in cellulose insulation not only deters pests, but also inhibits the growth of mold and fungi.

Combining the Best Combination for Hybrid Insulation

Choosing the right insulation material can significantly impact your home's energy efficiency, but finding the perfect balance between thermal efficiency and budget can be challenging. 

With Seal It’s hybrid insulation solutions — combining spray foam, fiberglass, and cellulose materials — you’ll have complete control over the affordability of your project, but you’ll stay comfortable throughout Maine's brutal winter season.

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