Diversified Insulation 

Diversified Insulation has over 40 years of industrial, commercial and residential insulation experience. You name it- they've insulated it. From large food manufacturing plants to miniature RV's. They are the experts on air sealing and insulation solutions. No matter how large or small the job is, their primary focus has always been excellent customer service. By communicating well and being quick, clean and efficient, they have become Wisconsin and Illinois' trusted insulation contractor.

When it comes to insulating your property, you can trust Diversified Insulation to give you the best solutions, a fair price and excellent customer service during each interaction. Our motto on every residential job is this, leave the house cleaner than when you arrived. Our crew is passionate about creating healthier, eco-friendly homes for families to thrive in.

 

 

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Blown-In Insulation 

If you are living in Southeastern Wisconsin with preexisting insulation in your home, blown-in insulation is a budget friendly solution to increase your R-value and reduce energy consumption. R-value measures the capacity of a material or structure to resist heat flow.  The US Department of Energy recommends an R-value between R-49 and R-60 which can be achieved with adequate levels of blown-in insulation. In turn, your heating and cooling systems will run less frequently, saving you money on your monthly energy bills. Blown-in insulation can refer to a range of materials, including fiberglass, rock wool or cellulose. Contact one of our specialists today to find which material is best for you. 

 

Determine Your Insulation Needs

Regardless of what season it is in Wisconsin, if your home is improperly insulated it could cause a host of negative side effects from ice damming, mold overgrowth and energy loss. You can certainly book online, call or text us to schedule a consultation. An insured specialist will give you an accurate and honest energy assessment. Otherwise, you can assess your current insulation by yourself with a ruler, flash light and some balance. Check out the video below on how to DIY your attic assessment

Tip: Protective gear for your eyes mouth and hands are recommended when measuring your insulation. Keep in mind that some older attics may contain vermiculite insulation. This flaky gray, pea-sized material may contain asbestos which is hazardous. Do not touch vermiculite or kick it up into the air. 

 

 

Recommended Levels of Insulation

Based off your current insulation material and measurement, you can determine if you'll need further insulation. If you notice loose fibers, granules or batts in your attic (coloring may be white, yellow, pink or gray) you can assume the R-value per inch is between 2.5 - 3.7. For a rough assessment, multiply 3 x the height in inches of your insulation (using a ruler or tape measure) to determine your attic's current R-value. The US Department of Energy recommends that attics be insulated between R49 and R60. Because blown-in insulation starts to settle after 15 years, older homes may fail to meet this standard.

The results of inadequate insulation levels can be very costly in the long haul and make your home uncomfortable during the height seasons. High energy bills, ice damming, mold, and inconsistent ambient air temperatures are all a result of poor insulation. Get in touch with one of our specialists to determine how to bypass these issues and maximize the energy efficiency of your home for comfort and savings. Benefits of blown-in insulation include:

  • Affordability

  • Sound proofing

  • Increased R-Value

  • Sustainability

  • Can be installed into existing cavities

Our specialists are insured, have years of experience and are ready to answer your questions.  When you work with Diversified Insulation, you can be sure our crew will be courteous, clean and work quickly. We are proud of our reputation of having excellent customer service. Take a look at what our customers have been saying:

 

"Mike showed up to my house asap to give a fair quote to put blow in insulation in the attic of the whole house and attached garage. Performed the work the next business day and it has made a huge difference. Thanks guys!!" - Shaun S. 2/19/21

 

"Diversified was highly professional and super helpful along our project. They were super patient in answering all my questions and concerns. The crew was fast, efficient, and cleaned up great. Heck - they even put my garbage cans away for me when they were done. Who does that?! Thanks!" - Paul L. 3/4/21 

 

"Diversified exceeded my expectations. They were quick to come out for a quote and get me on their schedule. Everyone was professional and very appreciative for my business. The job turned out fantastic and very clean. Bring on the cold winters!" - Amber M. 3/10/21 

 

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Service Zones

Diverisifed Insulation is based out of Burlington, Wisconsin and is dedicated to serving Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with superior customer service. We provide insulation services to the following Wisconsin counties: Columbia, Dodge, Door County, Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha. We also serve Lake Geneva, East Troy, Whitewater, New Berlin, West Allis, Muskego, Mequon, Williams Bay, Franklin, Greendale, Pleasant Prairie, Salem, Wind Point, Union Grove, Delavan, Elkhorn, Sturtevant, Fontana and Palmyra.

Service zones in Illinois include Richmond, Waukegan, Round Lake, Lake Villa, Lindenhurst, Rockford, Zion, Winthrop Harbor, Wadsworth, Antioch and Grayslake. We are proud to serve McHenry County alongside Winnebago, Cook, DuPage, Kane and Lake County.