Spray Foam Insulation
At DMT foam we offer both closed and open cell foam for insulation, air sealing and sound deadening purposes. The Spray Foam products that are used for your project are an important factor, but so is the experienced application of them. DMT Foam will make sure you get both the product best matched to your need and the proper applicaiton of it.
Blown-In Cellulose Insulation
In DMT Foam's opinion there is a hierarchy in the insulation world, and we believe blown cellulose is the next best thing to spray foam. Blown-In Cellulose offers a solution that not only saves precious energy dollars but that is also more cost effective and in some instances is the only way to insulate some older homes.
Thermal Imaging is an effective diagnostic tool used to locate areas where heat is being lost. It is just one tool that DMT uses to determine the best insulating solution.
Blower Door Testing
As with Thermal Imaging, a Blower Door Test is another tool that can help us effectively pinpoint where air is entering and exiting your home. Since more heating dollars are lost due to air loss versus a lack of insulating R-value, a Blower Door Test is a vital tool for any good insulator. Read more about Blower Door Testing here on our site.
Audits are an effective way to get an accurate look of your home as a whole; it’s like taking your house to the doctor for a checkup! Not only do we examine your home's insulation, but we also look at your heating system and the interaction between the two. Often a home needs more insulation in the attic, but sometimes fulfilling this seemingly straightforward need misses other effective opportunities to save energy. An energy audit will provide a guideline towards making your home get the most of your heating dollars.
Crawl Space Liners
When sealing up homes we have to take into consideration the possible adverse effects. In some instances a vapor barrier should be installed in a basement or crawlspace to limit the amount of moisture from entering a home through the soil or walls. A vapor barrier, or better yet a vapor retarder, will limit the amount of moisture that can enter the home and potentially cause problems.