New Construction Insulation for Miami-Area Builders
Local builders and contractors need performance they can trust during new residential construction builds.
Such trusted production can be hard to find in the industry, but you can always count on the team at Installed Building Products of Miami. We’re a top insulation installer for new-build homes and communities in the Miami-Dade County area, including high-rises and multifamily buildings.
Time is of the essence when it comes to construction. Our expert installation professionals work quickly and efficiently to maximize the high energy efficiency of your build and bring the project up to code while sticking to a tight schedule.
For more on our products and services, call (305) 929-8657 or contact us online to speak with our professionals at IBP of Miami today.
Types of New Construction Insulation We Install
At IBP of Miami, we offer an array of insulation methods to ensure every house is thoroughly optimized for energy efficiency.
We work tirelessly to provide the best products and services available and leave every project carefully constructed for comfort and convenience.
- Fiberglass insulation: We use only the highest quality products from Owens Corning in both fiberglass batts and blown-in fiberglass. This classic insulation is made from thin glass fibers and is the perfect solution for walls, attics and crawl spaces.
- Spray foam insulation: Traditionally made from polyurethane, this insulation is applied wet and expands into a thick, gap-sealing foam as it dries. This is ideal for sealing holes and crevices in hard-to-reach cavities to control airflow and optimize energy efficiency.
Contact our team at IBP of Miami or call (305) 929-8657 to learn more about our new construction insulation materials.
Additional Services for Residential New Construction in Miami, Florida
If you’re looking for other residential new construction services in the Miami, Florida, area, IBP of Miami also offers:
- Seamless aluminum K-style gutter installations: Install sturdy and reliable aluminum gutters for your home project.
- Custom mirrors and shower doors: We can also provide mirrors or shower doors for your new construction project!
- Shelving solutions: Our custom shelving is perfect for closets, pantries and more.
Interested in any of our alternative services for residential new construction projects? Contact IBP of Miami or call (305) 929-8657 today.
Do You Need an Insulation Contractor in the Miami-Dade Area?
If you’re a contractor, builder or future homeowner looking for a reliable insulation company, we’re the team for the job! Trust IBP of Miami as your insulation professionals to help with your new construction insulation services.
Call (305) 929-8657 or contact us online to speak with a representative today about your insulation project.
New Construction Insulation FAQs
What are the benefits of adding insulation during construction?
Quality insulation added during the building process will make the home more comfortable, more energy-efficient and quieter from the start, plus the process is much easier before the walls and ceilings are finished with drywall.
Buyers or tenants will also appreciate a well-insulated home, as their heating and cooling costs will be lower, plus an efficient home will fetch a higher selling price.
Can I add more insulation later if it’s needed?
More insulation can be added after the structure has been built, but it’s far more difficult. In areas like crawl spaces or attics, additional insulation can be added with just a bit more effort.
In finished walls, ceilings and floors, insulation will need to be blown in through a small opening, or the drywall or finished surfaces will need to be removed and replaced after the insulation is installed.
The process is time-consuming, and the results won’t match the performance of a home that was insulated during the building process.
Which insulation is the best?
There is no single insulation product that’s the best for all situations. Your choice will depend on your budget, R-value requirements and the area you’re insulating.
Fiberglass batts are economical and work well in dry areas like walls and ceilings. Spray foam offers the highest R-value per inch, as well as high moisture resistance and a good air seal, but it’s more costly than competing products.
Blown-in cellulose or fiberglass are ideal for installation in finished walls without removing the drywall.
How long will the installation take?
It depends on the size of the home or building. For typical single-family homes, if all the framing and preparation work has been done correctly, the home can be fully insulated in a day or two, allowing you to schedule other trades like drywall or electrical soon after.
Larger projects like duplexes or multifamily buildings will take longer.