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Servicing the Ark-La-Tex and beyond since 1978, Roppolo’s Insulation specialists in spray foam insulation, blown in fiberglass, and traditional fiberglass.

Roppolo’s Insulation can also remove insulation damaged from water, mold, fire, or mildew as well as under houses and hard to insulate areas. Roppolo’s Insulation also has several years experience in insulating apartment complexes, office buildings, homes, metal buildings, etc. No job is too large or too small for Roppolo’s Insulation.

Roppolo's Insulation also has several years experience in new apartment construction and new housing developments with a wide array of insulation materials.

Coming soon from Roppolo's Insulation -

Core Foam Masonry Foam Insulation is a "dry" resin foam-in-place insulation product designed for the cores of concrete block walls. Equal to or superior to all current foam-in-place products, Core Foam Masonry Foam is a Class 1/Class A fire rated product and meets or exceeds all testing requirements of current standard building codes.

Core Foam Masonry Foam Insulation is typically used in commercial and institutional buildings such as retail box stores, schools, and churches. It is also used in residential applications such as concrete-block stucco walls, foundations, and basement walls. Roppolo's Insulation is proud to bring you this new foam insulation service.

Important things you should know about insulation & insulation products.

About Insulation:
Insulation comes in many types and forms. The following insulation materials are commonly used in specific areas of a residence:

'Batt' or Blanket -
Generally made of rock wool or fiberglass. These 'batts' are available with or without an attached vapor barrier and are used above ceilings, between wall studs and on the underside of floors.

Blow In -
Made from rock wool, glass fiber, cellulose fiber and urethanes. These are blown into place or spray applied by special equipment. They can be used where the frame is covered on both sides, such as side walls, and in unfinished attic floors and hard-to-reach places.

They also can be used in new home construction, using containment sheeting over wall cavities to hold insulation material in place. Walls can be finished later using standard method.

Reflective Insulation -
Made of aluminum foil, these reflective sheet metal systems and paper products coated with a reflective material can be used to insulate walls and floors. Usually these are more effective at reducing heat gain during the cooling season, where summer comfort conditioning is a problem.

Cellulose Insulation -
Cellulose insulation is made of paper products, principally old newspapers, which are naturally flammable. Cellulose insulation must be chemically treated in order to reduce its flammability. However, the chemical treatment does not make the insulation 'non-combustible' or smolder resistant.

What about Spray Foam?
From residential to commercial grade buildings, spray foam is an environmentally friendly and non-toxic material that has increased in popularity for its ease of use and long range cost savings. Spray foam is applied as a liquid and expands upon a chemical reaction which forms the foam to fill in areas that would be difficult with conventionally laid fiber insulation. With spray foam insulation, your building or home is sealed and protected from wind, dust, pollen or other airborne pollutants and even exterior sound.

Spray foam is simple to install and particularly effective at lowering heating and cooling costs over the life of your structure.

AsureR -
The AsureR is a spray on product that contains a water-activated adhesive. It contains 2-3 times more fiber than the traditional fiberglass blanket insulation. It reduces air infiltration and improves the R value. It is non-corrosive, non-flammable and non-combustible.

Learn more about insulation safety for your home.