While commercial spray foam and residential spray foam are excellent ways to insulate your building, they aren’t the only options. Sometimes commercial spray foam and residential spray foam don’t provide the best benefits for your space. If you feel like commercial spray foam or residential spray foam just won’t work, there is another option – Rockwool stone wool insulation.
It’s just as effective as residential spray foam and commercial spray foam but brings a number of unique benefits to the table. Because it’s the most common type of insulation, it’s proven its resiliency and durability throughout the years.
Unlike residential spray foam or commercial spray foam, Rockwool insulation is a material made from rock-based mineral fibers, such as Basalt rock and recycled slag. These compounds are melted down into a liquid and spun into fibers, which will go inside your walls. It comes in batt, board, and pipes forms, though batt is what we provide.
Just like commercial spray foam and residential spray foam, you can use Rockwool batt insulation pretty much anywhere. If you’re using it for insulation instead of commercial spray foam or residential spray foam, you can add it to the following parts of your building:
Rockwool prides itself on providing seven key benefits to every customer. These benefits make it a contender with residential spray foam and commercial spray foam.
Not only that, but Rockwool products are made with inorganic materials, meaning that there’s no food source for mold to grow. And, if you’re trying to get LEED certification for your building, Rockwool can help you qualify.
While our most popular insulation is residential spray foam and commercial spray foam, Rockwool batt insulation is another great option that provides nearly as many benefits as residential and commercial spray foam. If you’d like to learn more about the differences between residential spray foam, commercial spray foam, and Rockwool stone wool insulation, just give us a call today.