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Wall Insulation in Tulsa, OK

If you need a wall insulation company in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, make Installed Building Products Tulsa your first call. We work with homeowners and builders/contractors to insulate walls for residential and commercial retrofit and new construction projects.

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Contact us if you’re ready to begin your insulation project, or keep reading to learn more about wall insulation in the Tulsa area!

Spray Foam Wall Insulation

The Benefits of Wall Insulation in Your Tulsa Home

Wall insulation does more than keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. While it most certainly helps reduce your heating and cooling bills, it also works as a sound dampener that can eliminate outside noise or noise from other rooms. Additionally, it helps reduce condensation on your walls and can effectively inhibit mold and mildew growth.

Insulating Walls

The walls are one of the biggest sources of air leaks inside homes and buildings, so insulating them is essential for maximized year-round energy efficiency and comfort. In general, it’s recommended to insulate both interior and exterior walls.

Installing wall insulation can help:

  • Reduce your utility bills and maximize the energy efficiency of your home or building
  • Make your home or building a more comfortable space
  • Improve the efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace
  • Reduce noises on different levels inside
  • Contribute to a healthier environment

What kind of Insulation Should Be Used in Walls?

Different materials can be installed, including blown-in/loose-fill, batts and spray foam. For existing homes (retrofit projects), blown-in insulation should be used. The dense-pack installation technique can help protect against air leaks and doesn’t disturb the home’s finished areas too much. For remodeling jobs where wall cavities will be open, consider a two-part spray foam. Materials often used in unfinished walls include blanket insulation, rigid foam, concrete block insulation and structural insulated panels.

Insulation should be installed in:

  • Walls between living spaces and unconditioned garages or shed roofs
  • Foundation walls above ground level
  • Foundation walls in heated basements
  • Foundation walls of unvented crawl space (as an alternative to floor insulation)

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According to ENERGYsmart Library, 2×4 walls can hold R-13 or R-15 batt insulation; R-19 or R-21 products can be installed in 2×6 walls.

To ensure that your home is well-insulated and more efficient, we can install different insulation materials in your walls. The types of insulation we can install include:

Services for New Construction & Re-Insulation

The IBP Tulsa team installs insulation for retrofit/re-insulation and new construction projects. We have experience with installing different types of insulation in home and commercial building walls and can handle all your insulation installation needs. Whether you need wall drill and fill insulation installation or you need to insulate the walls of a new construction house or building, you’re in good hands with our team.

Install Wall Insulation in your Tulsa Home

Blown-in insulation being installed in a wall

If you’re in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, IBP Tulsa can help you choose and install the best wall insulation for your home! We have experience installing insulation in interior and exterior walls, and our professionals use only high-quality materials from leading manufacturers.

Being a part of the Installed Building Products Family of Companies, IBP Tulsa offers knowledge, experience and resources that few companies can match.

Get in touch with us to learn more about our insulation services, or if you’re ready to start your project—give us a call at ​918-518-0750918-518-0750 or contact us online!

Frequently Asked Questions About Wall Insulation in Tulsa, Oklahoma

What kind of insulation is best for walls?

It’s perfectly acceptable to use either fiberglass batts or spray foam insulation in new construction. However, it is better to use blown-in insulation when you are renovating or retrofitting an existing home.

How do I know if I have enough insulation in my home?

Your insulation must have a sufficient R-value. R-value is the measure of thermal protection the insulation provides your home. In Tulsa, we are in Zone 3, which means you will want to have between R-38 to R-60 in your attic, R-30 to R-38 in any rooms with a cathedral ceiling, R-13 to R-15 in any wall cavities and R-25 in the floors.

Why do I need insulation in interior walls?

Insulating your walls can help prevent hot and cold spots from forming. However, the primary reason most homeowners insulate their walls is that it significantly reduces noise.

Do I need to measure R-value?

Can’t I just add as much insulation as will fit within the wall? The answer is no because the value of insulation is not in the material or how much you have; it is the small air pockets within the insulating material. If the insulation is compacted, it won’t provide sufficient protection. Further, adding too much insulation can trap moisture, which can facilitate mold and mildew growth. This is why it is important to never compact insulation.

I have pipes and wires in my walls – can I still insulate them?

Absolutely! Spray foam insulation is ideal for this purpose. Our insulation technicians can help you determine which type of insulation is best for each wall in your home. This means you may have several different types of insulation in different areas.

Do you have more questions about wall insulation? Contact the insulation professionals at Installed Building Products Tulsa at (918) 518-0750. Our insulation technicians are always eager to help you determine the best way to improve your insulation and enhance your comfort.

Residential Insulation

We offer a wide assortment of insulation products to suit your specific needs.

Commercial Insulation

We insulate metal buildings, warehouses and other commercial properties.


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