Spray Foam Insulation in MI, including Warren, Sterling Heights & Detroit.

Greater Detroit's Experts for Spray Foam Insulation

Our spray foam installation provides versatility & maximum R-value  

Benefits of spray foam:

  • Stops conditioned air from escaping from your home.
  • Air-seals insulated areas without any extra steps.
  • Won't settle or sag like fiberglass, ensuring continual performance.
  • Closed-cell spray foam is waterproof.
  • Easily fills hard-to-reach or irregular areas.

Home insulation has come a long way from previous generations, stepping up the energy efficiency and comfort levels with each advance in technology. In days past sawdust was sometimes poured into walls to diminish heat loss. The next contender was vermiculite, which is composed of porous, lightweight pebbles that look and feel like kitty litter.

Most homes today still use traditional fiberglass batts that are composed of spun glass fibers. None of these types of insulation compare to the versatility and effectiveness of our spray foam and its closed-cell polyurethane composition.

With a spray foam installation from Blanket Insulation, you’ll be able to maximize your home’s comfort and minimize your energy expenses. We offer our services throughout Detroit, Ann Arbor, Warren, Sterling Heights, Plymouth, Livonia, Novi, Canton, Dearborn, Clinton Township, West Bloomfield, Ypsilanti, Farmington, Huntington Woods, Berkley, Clawson, Rochester Hills, South Lyon, Farmington Hills, and nearby in Michigan. Call or contact us to learn more or to schedule a Free Estimate!

Before and After
  • Spray Foam Installation on Romulus, MI Home's Interior Walls
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    Spray Foam Installation on Romulus, MI Home's Interior Walls
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    Spray foam insulation expands like magic as soon as you apply it. The foam sticks to everything, including skin and hair! Even though the foam insulation that Blanket applies is slightly different than canned foam, the benefits are the same. Spray foam is the only insulation that seals as well as insulates, so it often eliminates the need for separate air-sealing steps. Because of its expanding nature, spray foam excels at filling gaps, cracks and cavities, eliminating the energy-sapping "voids" that can occur when installing other types of insulation.

  • Spray Foam Insulation in Royal Oak Michigan
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    Spray Foam Insulation in Royal Oak Michigan
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    This Royal Oak Michigan homeowner chose spray foam insulation for his home.

  • Spray Foam Insulation in Royal Oak, Michigan
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    Spray Foam Insulation in Royal Oak, Michigan
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    This Royal Oak, Michigan homeowner wanted to insulate the exterior walls on their new construction addition to reduce drafts and decrease outside noise. We have used 2 inches of 2-part polyurethane spray foam which gives us the maximum air sealing and efficiency. 

  • Pole Barn Spray Foam Insulation in Shelby Township Michigan
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    Pole Barn Spray Foam Insulation in Shelby Township Michigan
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    This client made an excellent choice to utilize Spray Foam Insulation in their Shelby Township pole barn. 

  • Spray Foam Insulation in Bloomfield Hills Michigan
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    Spray Foam Insulation in Bloomfield Hills Michigan
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    This Bloomfield Hills Michigan homeowner is remodeling his entire home. He has gutted his entire first floor and basement down to the studs. Blanket Insulation is installing Spray Foam Insulation in all of the interior wall cavities and some of the ceiling.

The spray foam advantage

R value. Polyurethane spray foam has some of the highest thermal value when compared to other commonly used insulation- R-6.2 or even higher depending on the formulation.

Air sealing. Spray foam insulates and acts as an air barrier all in one application. Since it has impressive expansion capability, it fills and seals cracks and gaps, staying where applied due to its super-adhesive properties. Spray foam is frequently spot-applied and used for air sealing before an attic is filled with blown-in insulation. When used in greater amounts, it can actually eliminate the need for other types of insulation.

Waterproof. Polyurethane spray foam stops water in its tracks, unlike fiberglass and cellulose insulation. The closed-cell structure of the foam prevents water from permeating the material in any way.

Foolproof. An area of missing insulation, even just 5% of an insulated area, can diminish the overall performance of the insulation by as much as 50%! With the difficulty involved in installing fiberglass insulation, voids can easily be a possibility. This is where spray foam shines! It’s expansive, highly adhesive nature eliminates the possibility of voids, and since it cures firmly, it won’t shift or settle like cellulose or fiberglass.

The two varieties of spray foam insulation

1-part foam: This is the most common type of spray foam, and can be found in pressurized cans sold in many hardware stores and home centers under brands like GREAT STUFF™. This is an extremely sticky single-component type of spray foam that expands immediately after being applied at varying rates depending on the type purchased. This product seals and insulates and as such is often listed as “insulating foam sealant.”

2-part foam: For larger projects such as a basement or attic, contractors will typically select 2-part polyurethane foam that comes in two separate containers. The resin and catalyst are mixed at the nozzle, creating the foaming chemical reaction that causes spray foam to expand.

Spray foam insulation in Plymouth

A versatile energy-saver. 2-part spray foam expands after it's applied, creating an effective thermal and moisture barrier. Thanks to its unique properties, it can be used to solve comfort & energy problems in many parts of the house.

Leave spray foam application to the experts

Difficulty: Getting the hang of applying spray foam, particularly two-part foams, takes a significant amount of experience. Since they have different rates of expansion and other unique characteristics, they are problematic for an inexperienced individual to get the most out of the material. Highly expansive foam can potentially damage a window jamb or door, but with our skilled specialists we can prevent something like this from occurring.

Spray foam installation can be messy and wasteful, but our fully trained experts will get the job done well the first time! 

Temperature sensitivity: Cold temperatures will affect the chemistry of the foaming action. It’s very important to keep spray foam cans or the two-part foam canisters in a small temperature range to ensure proper application.

Check out our comparison between spray foam and rigid foam insulation. We can also help you choose the right spray foam insulation.

Free estimates for our superior attic & spray foam insulation

Blanket Insulation is your local resource for all spray foam insulation services including crawl space, attic, and basement! Call or contact us today to learn more or to schedule a free estimate. We offer our services throughout the Greater Detroit area, including Detroit, Plymouth, Warren, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor, Farmington, West Bloomfield, Dearborn, Novi, Ypsilanti, Clinton Township, Canton, Livonia, Huntington Woods, Berkley, Clawson, Rochester Hills, South Lyon, Farmington Hills, and the surrounding cities and towns in Michigan.

We also offer a comprehensive home energy audit to diagnose the major contributors to your home's energy issues.

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Serving MI including the Greater Detroit area
Cities in Macomb County, MI
Center Line
Clinton Township
Eastpointe
Fraser
Harrison Township
Macomb
Mount Clemens
Roseville
Saint Clair Shores
Sterling Heights
Utica
Warren
Washington

Cities in Oakland County, MI
Auburn Hills
Berkley
Birmingham
Bloomfield Hills
Clarkston
Clawson
Commerce Township
Farmington
Ferndale
Franklin
Hazel Park
Highland
Huntington Woods
Keego Harbor
Lake Orion
Madison Heights
Milford
New Hudson
Novi
Oak Park
Oakland
Ortonville
Oxford
Pleasant Ridge
Pontiac
Rochester
Royal Oak
South Lyon
Southfield
Troy
Walled Lake
Waterford
West Bloomfield
White Lake
Wixom

Cities in Washtenaw County, MI
Ann Arbor
Whitmore Lake
Ypsilanti

Cities in Wayne County, MI
Allen Park
Belleville
Canton
Dearborn
Dearborn Heights
Detroit
Garden City
Grosse Ile
Grosse Pointe
Hamtramck
Harper Woods
Highland Park
Inkster
Lincoln Park
Livonia
Melvindale
Northville
Plymouth
Redford
Romulus
Southgate
Wayne
Westland
Wyandotte

Our Locations:

Blanket Insulation
21676 Melrose Ave
Southfield, MI 48075
1-248-304-7959
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