Flagel Insulation | Foam Insulation | Cellulose Insulation | Fiberglass Insulation | Blown in Insulation | Berrien County | Southwestern Michigan
 
 
 
               
 
 
 
 
Our insulation will save you up to 40% in your heating and cooling bills compared to homes insulated with fiberglass insulation.
 
Our insulation will increase the comfort of your home by creating a “blanket” of natural, recycled fibers surrounding your home and keeping the heated/cooled air where it belongs.
 
Our insulation has one of the highest STC ratings. By sealing your home with this “blanket” of insulation the sound transmitted from outside will be greatly reduced.
 
Our insulation significantly reduces air infiltration. Condensation occurs when the vapor held in warm air meets a cooler surface. Through convection, it then converts to moisture
 
 
 
 

R-Value is the measure of the ability of insulation material to resist heat transfer. Do not be fooled by the numbers, though.
 
There is a misconception by the general public that all insulations having equal R-Value will perform equally. This is just not true. The problem in this thinking results from the way the R-Value testing was measured to begin with. It was performed in a laboratory under a controlled environment with a temperature of 75-degrees and with no air movement. How "real" is this? Let Flagel Insulation install products which reduce Heat Transfer "for real."
 
The R-Value you see printed on fiberglass packaging is not going to perform to the level stated on the wrapper. In the "real" world, we have hotter and colder temperatures along with winds, air pressure, heat transfer, etc. Just consider how Heat Transfer can affect your total energy costs if you do not have the best insulation in place.


Heat Transfer Definitions
Conduction is the transfer of heat through a solid material, such as heat being transferred from warmer sections of walls and ceilings to cooler areas.
 
Convection is the transfer of heat by moving air, like warm air rising to the ceiling.
 
Radiation is the transfer of heat in the form of electromagnetic waves, such as heat being transferred from the roof of a home to the ceiling.


Whether your home was built a century ago or is now under construction, let Flagel Insulation professionals install products which drastically reduce air infiltration and combat Heat Transfer.