At 31-W Insulation, we install fiberglass insulation for both residential and commercial clients.
When you start comparing insulation options, you’ll soon find that a number of products exist, all made from different materials. Each has its own pros and cons, as well as ideal applications. One commonly used type of insulation is fiberglass insulation, which was first introduced to the market in 1938. Over the years, it has remained one of the most frequently utilized materials, thanks to its efficiency, affordability, and accessibility. In the past, fiberglass insulation contained asbestos fibers, but this harmful material has not been used for decades.
At 31-W Insulation, we install fiberglass insulation for both residential and commercial clients. We work with property owners, contractors, and others in the industry to handle insulation needs, including installation, replacement, and maintenance. Many of our clients choose fiberglass insulation because of its proven track record in improving energy efficiency. It’s also cost-effective and can keep energy bills under control when properly installed.
Fiberglass insulation is manufactured in pre-cut batts and rolls, as well as loose-fill. The rolls are used most often, although loose-fill certainly has its applications as well. Using this style of fiberglass insulation is ideal in retrofit and renovation projects, where removing wall surfaces or cutting into exterior walls doesn’t make sense. Fiberglass insulation delivers a high value for the price paid, as it delivers a high R-value performance to maintain excellent efficiency. If you have a property in or around Tulsa, Oklahoma, you can count on our team of experienced technicians to handle your insulation needs, including the installation of fiberglass insulation.
Right here in Oklahoma, we also offer fiberglass insulation in Oklahoma City. 31-W is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas & Kentucky.