Bozeman Insulation Contractor, Waterproofing, Epoxy Floor Coatings





Elkhorn Insulation is a premier contracting company in Bozeman, Montana.



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When your home or office needs quality insulation, call Elkhorn Insulation, Inc. for professional services. We look after any structure that needs insulation, including:






  • Residential properties
  • New construction properties
  • Commercial buildings






The bulk of our work is servicing brand-new construction projects. We similarly update or set up insulation when you are finishing an addition or in the process of improvement. Call 406-949-0435 today to get a totally free quote on your insulation service in Bozeman, MT.









Elkhorn Insulation offers foundation waterproofing and epoxy floor coating in Bozeman









Learn more about the different advantages of insulation and the types we have readily available, consisting of spray foam, reflective insulation, fiberglass, and Rockwool. Our estimates are normally done through our computer system. We'll speak to your professional and ask you to send us an overview of the property so we can provide an accurate quote.






In addition to insulation, we provide use concrete services, including structure waterproofing and epoxy floor finishings. You'll find out about the advantages of each form of defense and gain insight into the application process. When you want to protect the concrete in your garage, basement, or parking lot, call Elkhorn Insulation, Inc. for support.


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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

How much will I save by adding insulation to the walls, ceilings, and floors of my home?

Insulation saves money, increases home comfort, and protects the environment by reducing energy use. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the typical U.S. family spends close to $1,500 each year on energy bills. DOE statistics show that, typically, 44% of a homeowner's utility bill goes for heating and cooling costs. DOE states that homeowners may be able to reduce their energy bills from 10% to 50% by taking certain steps. One of the major steps is increasing the amount of thermal insulation in their existing homes or purchasing additional insulation when buying new homes. Unless your home was constructed with special attention to energy efficiency, adding insulation will probably reduce your utility bills. The amount of energy you conserve will depend on several factors: your local climate; the size, shape, and construction of your house; the living habits of your family; the type and efficiency of the heating and cooling systems; and the fuel you use. Energy conserved is money saved, and the annual savings increase when utility rates go up. Insulation upgrades also add to the value of your home.

What is the difference among fiberglass, rock and slag wool, cellulose, and foam insulations?

Fiberglass is made from molten sand or recycled glass and other inorganic materials under highly controlled conditions. Fiberglass is produced in batt, blanket, and loose-fill forms. Rock and slag wool are manufactured similarly to fiberglass but use natural rock and blast furnace slag as their raw material. Typical forms are loose-fill, blanket, or board types. Cellulose is a loose-fill made from paper to which flame retardants are added. Foam insulations are available as rigid boards or foamed-in-place materials that can fill and seal blocks or building cavity spaces. Foams are also used in air sealing to fill gaps, cracks, or openings. Reflective materials are fabricated from aluminum foils with a variety of backings such as polyethylene bubbles and plastic film. Reflective insulations retard the transfer of heat; they can be tested by the same methods as mass insulation and therefore assigned an R-value. A Radiant Barrier is a building construction material consisting of a low emittance (normally 0.1 or less) surface (usually aluminum foil) bounded by an open air space. Radiant barriers are used for the sole purpose of limiting heat transfer by radiation.

Why hire a professional insulation contractor in Bozeman rather than a home improvement contractor or general contractor?

ICAA-member professional insulation contractors devote their time to insulation contracting services and focus on your energy conservation and comfort. Proper installation is essential for insulation to perform properly. Knowledge of vapor retarders, air infiltration, ventilation, recessed lighting, and water pipes are just a few of the areas critical to installation techniques. Professional insulation contractors have access to a wide variety of training, are familiar with local codes and regulations, and can offer guidance about the type and amount of insulation to be used.

Can insulation help reduce unwanted sound?

Yes. Insulation is an efficient way to reduce unwanted sound, and it is commonly used to provide a more comfortable and quieter interior environment. Insulation effectively reduces noise transmission through floors and through interior and exterior walls. A professional insulation contractor can help you select the proper insulation for your needs.