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Spray Foam Insulation Products

Our spray foam insulation products are manufactured by SWD and Johns Manville. All our materials used in this process are specifically designed to both increase energy efficiency and dramatically lower the cost of the job, letting EcoLogical Insulation pass those savings on to you, the consumer.

Products like SWD’s Quik-Shield Spray Foam and JM’s Corbond III® gives EcoLogical the ability to use both open cell and closed cell foam solutions for your home or office building, creating an air barrier insulation system for the best R-value possible. This means our spray foam insulation products are working hard to save you money year-round.


Fiberglass Insulation Products

Fiberglass insulation provides a quick and seamless install into your home or new construction when you use EcoLogical Insulation. We use the highest grade products available for blown-in fiberglass insulation or batts and rolls available to your job; we can guarantee you the most cost effective insulation solutions.

With our name brand products from Johns Manville, Knauf and CertainTeed, EcoLogical can offer insulation products that others just can’t. We have flexibility when quoting your job to use any of these industry exclusive products like JM’s Attic Protector® and INSULSAFE® XC by CertainTeed. You shouldn’t have to suffer through the hot Alabama summers with a cheap insulation product. Hire EcoLogical Insulation to get the best insulation in your home today!

Blown-in Insulation Products

Blown-in insulation has been proven to help protect homes during warm or cold spells and keep energy costs low. This type of insulation typically consists of cellulose or fiberglass. Blown-in fiberglass insulation is made of recycled fiberglass products. Blown-in cellulose insulation is made using recycled paper products such as cardboard, paperboard, and even newspapers after they have been treated to resist fire.

Blown-in insulation, also known as loose fill insulation, can be used in many applications. It is commonly blown into open areas such as attics of new homes and used to add thermal protection to attics of existing homes. It can also be dense packed into closed area such as existing walls to add a thermal blanket of protection.

Finding quality insulation that meets the expectations you set for your home can be a daunting task. What levels of insulation are there? Which product works the best? Is there any difference between types of insulation?

These questions can be answered by EcoLogical Insulation! Find out more about R-values and which insulation works for you and your building!

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EcoLogical Insulation offers the highest quality products available for both energy efficiency and installation. Take a look at the details of what makes our insulation products the absolute best.

We proudly offer three insulation product choices to improve the energy efficiency of your home.


cellulose insulation

Cellulose insulation comes as loose fill and it can be blown or dense packed into almost any space. It is a cost effective way of using recycled products to maintain your home’s temperature.


Blown-in Insulation

Fiberglass insulation is an economical way to help conserve energy in new home construction, commercial buildings, an existing home remodel or by adding insulation to an existing home. It can be used in many ways because it is manufactured in batts, loose fill and in a variety of R-values.


spray foam insulation

Spray foam insulation is high performing and energy efficient. It can lower heating and cooling bills by at least 40%. When spray foam insulation is applied, it expands to completely fill a cavity and works as a two-in-one product by adding R-value and preventing air leakage in one step.


For each of the services that EcoLogical Insulation is able to provide in the Birmingham Area, there’s an industry-grade product behind it.

Properly insulating your home will provide:

  • Increased comfort all year long
  • Better temperature distribution in your home
  • Better acoustics to minimize noise transfer between rooms
  • Improved moisture control
  • Less drywall cracks, floor squeaks, structure damage and condensation
  • The potential to increase resale value because your home is more energy efficient with lower utility costs
  • A home that is more environmentally friendly and uses fewer natural resources