Mineral Wool Insulation
MINERAL WOOL INSULATION PROVIDES FIRE SAFETY AND SOUND PROOFING
Mineral wool insulation is a good choice in applications where fire protection, sound proofing, and water concerns are important. Mineral wool insulation is created by spinning molten rock at over 1600 Degrees Celsius into fine, interwoven fibers.
The benefits of Mineral Wool Insulation Include:
Fireproof - Mineral Wool is spun from molten rock and is naturally fire-retardant.
Water & Mold resistant - Mineral wool will not hold water.
Versatile - Mineral wool can be "dense-packed" into cavities or installed using batts.
Soundproofing - Mineral Wool is one of the top performing sound deadening products available.
If you’re interested in learning if Mineral Wool insulation is a good option for your western Massachusetts application, give us a call at 413-322-3111 for a free estimate.
We proudly serve Hampshire, Hampden, Franklin, Berkshire, and Worcester Counties.
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