Insulation by Marfi

Insulation for New and Existing Structures

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Welcome to Insulation by Marfi

Why Insulation By Marf is a Great Investment ?

Investing in products to make homes more energy efficient pays significant dividends over a lifetime - with none of the wild fluctuations of Wall Street. Insulation contributes to: Greater comfort Even temperature distribution Improved acoustics Better moisture control, which can reduce floor squeaks, drywall cracks, structure damage and condensation Potential for increased resale value: Installing proper insulation levels can also make your home more attractive to potential buyers. In fact, most buyers list energy-efficiency as a prime consideration. The reason? Buyers know they can buy a more expensive home if heating and cooling bills can be kept down. A more environmentally friendly home Lower energy bills. Unless your home was constructed with special attention to energy efficiency, adding insulation will probably reduce your utility bills. 60% of the existing homes in the United States are not insulated to the best level. According to a study done by Harvard University's School of Public Health, 60% of the existing homes are likely to use more energy than newer homes, leading to very high heating and air-conditioning bills. Even if you own a new home, adding insulation may save enough money in reduced utility bills to pay for itself within a few years and will continue to save you money for as long as you own the home. Savings may vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values.

Insulate and Air Seal with Insulation By Marfi

Without proper air sealing, a building can lose a great deal of its efficiency through air leakage. It's one of the primary causes of hot and cold spots that can cause discomfort for owners. But as with any building product, insulation is only as effective as its installation and where it's applied. Spray foam is only installed by qualified contractors.
That's why builders are choosing Spray foam to insulate their homes. The Benefits of using Marfi Foam Insulation is the future of insulation. Advantages exist for financial savings, health, building efficiency and greener environment. Discover below how you can benefit from spray foam insulation efficiency.

Save on Utilities

Foam Insulation expands around every void and seals all air infiltration, the primary source of energy loss.
Indoor temperatures stay constant, allowing decreased use of heat or air conditioning. This translates to savings on utility bills and extends the life of your heating and cooling equipment by four times. While the initial costs of installation may exceed that of fiberglass insulation, in the long term Foam is significantly more cost effective.
Rely on the Insulation By Marfi Building Science Experts
If you want to build a thermally efficient and air tight home, it's not enough just to insulate. You must choose the right insulation and air sealing system for the application, and be sure it's properly installed. Our Building Science experts understand the principles of heat, air and moisture flow, and how the building envelope interacts with a building's mechanical systems as well as its occupant.

Insulation contributes to:

  • Even temperature distribution
  • Improved acoustics
  • Better moisture control, which can reduce floor squeaks, drywall cracks, structure damage and condensation
  • Potential for increased resale value: Installing proper insulation levels can also make your home more attractive to potential buyers. In fact, most buyers list energy-efficiency as a prime consideration. The reason? Buyers know they can buy a more expensive home if heating and cooling bills can be kept down.
  • A more environmentally friendly home
  • Lower energy bills* Unless your home was constructed with special attention to energy efficiency, adding insulation will probably reduce your utility bills.
  • 60% of the existing homes in the United States are not insulated to the best level.
  • According to a study done by Harvard University's School of Public Health, 60% of the exising homes are likely to use more energy than newer homes, leading to very high heating and air-conditioning bills.
  • Even if you own a new home, adding insulation may save enough money in reduced utility bills to pay for itself within a few years and will continue to save you money for as long as you own the home. Savings may vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values.

Upgrading your insulation can result in substantial savings on your heating and cooling bills.
You can easily compare the energy costs of an average home and an energy-efficient home in your area and calculate how much you can save by making your home more energy efficient.