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Professional Insulation Contractors

Structis expert residential and commercial insulation installation services in the Minneapolis and St. Paul areas of Minnesota. Whether you need spray foam, fiberglass, or cellulose insulation, years of experience in the industry makes our team one you can trust to get your job done on time and on budget. By using our insulation services, you can cut down on heating and cooling costs, regulate the temperature in any building, and ensure comfort is your maximum priority.

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Benefits of Insulating

  • Save Money, Reduce Energy Costs – When you insulate a structure, temperature stops fluctuating so much, and it takes less energy to keep the climate of the building comfortable.
  • Breathe Easier, Keep Air Pollutants Out – By insulating a building’s walls, it keeps pollutants from getting into your home, so the air stays clean and healthy.
  • Keep Cool in the Summer and Cozy in the Winter – Insulating any building helps keep temperatures from fluctuating with extreme weather changes during any of the seasons.
  • Whisper-Quiet Walls – Experience up to 50% noise reduction by adding insulation to the walls of your home or new construction.
  • Increase Property Value – Energy-efficient upgrades for homes are gaining popularity because it saves homeowners money in the long-run, is easier on the planet, and it increases the value of a home.

Insulation Applications

Structis offers three main insulation services: spray foam, batt or blown-in fiberglass, and blown-in cellulose insulation. Read about the different types below and get a free estimate before deciding to work with our expert team.

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is applied in liquid form and expands into a thick foam to provide total coverage and a tight seal for small gaps, cracks, and crevices in attics and walls of a building.

Fiberglass Insulation

The most popular choice for insulation, batt or blown-in fiberglass increases energy efficiency, comfort, and value in any new construction or renovation.

Cellulose Insulation

Containing 85% recycled materials, blown-in cellulose insulation is environmentally friendly, made with safe materials, and provides great coverage at an affordable cost.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ – Spray Foam, Fiberglass, and Cellulose Insulation

For those new to the insulating service, Structis has the answers to your most pressing questions. Keep reading below to become a pro on the subject, and contact us to describe your project and get a free estimate!

Insulation can last for decades, but you may need to replace it sooner if it becomes damaged. Here are signs of needing to replace a building’s insulation:

  • Air quality is being affected by a rodent infestation
  • Mold is growing in your attic and/or ceiling
  • You live in an older home
  • Insulation is dusty or dirty
  • Roof is causing water damage
  • Walls feel cold or damp

If you are experiencing any of these problems in your home or structure, contact us today to get an estimate for our insulation installation service to get your job done on time, on budget.

Spray foam, fiberglass, and cellulose are all great options for insulating a house or commercial building. But it’s important to know the differences between each type of insulation and, figure out what your structure needs before you request services from Structis:

  • Spray Foam Insulation – Ideal for applying around small gaps, crevices, and cracks, spray foam dries quickly and is the sturdiest, highest quality option for insulating a building.
  • Fiberglass Insulation – The most popular, affordable selection, fiberglass is a great choice to insulate any structure, but it doesn’t hold up nearly as long as spray foam.
  • Cellulose Insulation – Perfect for property owners that value safe, recycled, and environmentally-friendly materials, cellulose is a great option to insulate your home or building.

An R-value is the measure of of thermal resistance to heat flow. This is dependent on the type of insulation, how thick the material is, and its density. Higher R-values mean that the insulation is more effective.

The assumption is that insulation is only needed on the external walls and attic of your home or building, but certain climates may require more insulating to get the best results. Insulate doors and windows before installing the siding to prevent drafts and heating/cooling loss. Another common place to insulate is above unheated basements, porches, and garages. Lastly, interior walls and areas where you want more soundproofing can also be insulated.

The pricing of insulating a building depends on what type of insulation is chosen and how much material is needed. If you want to know specifics, please contact Structis and describe your project for a free estimate.