New construction homes are becoming the way of the future. As a homebuilder, it is of utmost importance that you do your due diligence when it comes to deciding what insulation to use in your new home. Fiberglass batts, loose fill cellulose and spray foam insulation come to mind for most homeowners when they are considering their insulation.
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It is best to consult a licensed insulation contractor when going over these options. Robert P. of Maurepas, Louisiana contacted Sunlight Contractors, LLC, a licensed insulation contractor, when deciding what type of insulation he would have installed in his new construction home. As the most licensed contractor in the state of Louisiana, Sunlight Contractors, LLC was able to guide Robert P. in the right direction to insulate his home with spray foam insulation.
Spray foam insulation is the most superior insulation on the market today and is what many insulation contractors will advise to install in your home. The most important reason to hire a licensed contractor is not only to ensure that the job is done correctly and to code, but so the company can provide proper documentation to inspectors when they are complete.
With new construction homes becoming more popular, inspectors have become stricter with regulations and requirements. Most inspectors require ICC-ES compliance reports for all products used inside of the home. Only a licensed contractor like Sunlight Contractors, LLC who is a certified, licensed RESNET contractor will be able to provide this information to you.