Collins & Co. has insulated over 50,000 new homes built in Connecticut and Massachusetts over the last 70 years.
In the last 10 years, the insulation industry has dramatically changed, as the latest building codes have been upgraded, and the implementation of building science has become standard practice. No longer is R value the major consideration. There are many choices today, from fiberglass batts, BIBs, spray foam, rigid insulation and more. Your Collins & Co. sales consultant has the experience and knowledge to analyze your project, and recommend the best value to achieve your insulating goals.
Fiberglass Batt Information
Closed Cell Foam Information
Closed Cell Foam Video
Open Cell Foam Information
Open Cell Foam Video
EnergyComplete® Sealant: The future of air sealing
Air leakage is one of the biggest sources of heating and cooling loss in a home. Air sealing is the only way to resolve this issue. Our preferred air sealing method is the Energy Complete® system made by Owens Corning. This latex sealant will fill any gap that allows air infiltration, which is one of the most important steps to building tight energy-efficient homes.
More and more states are adopting the 2012 IECC or other strict energy-efficiency codes. Homebuyers expect a new home to be comfortable and energy efficient. EnergyComplete® Sealant is your advantage now and in the future. A new construction home sealed with EnergyComplete® Sealant will provide you long-term comfort and energy savings.
Contact us today to discuss your new construction insulation and air sealing needs.