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Quality 1st Insulation is a locally owned and operated family business. Insulation is our business.

We are licensed, insured professional insulation installers serving Montanans for more than seven years. We pride ourselves on our solid work ethics and integrity. We place our customers as our top priority and offer competitive prices and quality products. All of us here at Quality 1st Insulation value our customers.

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1What is spray foam installation?
Spray foam is comprised of isocyanate and polyol resin. When the two are mixed together they create a chemical that expands 30 to 60 times its liquid volume when sprayed onto a surface. This makes it valuable because it can mold to the shape of what it is being sprayed on. It is air tight, which makes it a great insulator.
2What is the difference between Open-Cell and Closed-Cell Urethane Spray Foam?
Open-Cell foam is soft like a balloon with about ½ to ¾ of a pound per square inch. Closed-Cell foam has various degrees of hardness based on its density varying from 2 and 3 pounds per cubic foot. Closed-Cell foam has a thermal performance R-value of about 6.0 per inch and Open-Cell has 3/6 inch R-Value. Open-Cell is not air tight so it is better suited for dry areas. Water is absorbed by Open-Cell foam. This makes it less valuable to Montana because of our extreme weather conditions. Closed-Cell foam is air tight and will not absorb water. It also enhances the structural stability of walls. The foam you would want to choose would be based on the conditions you are using it in.
3What Does R-Value Mean?
In building and construction, the R-value is a measure of how well an object, per unit of its exposed area, resists conductive flow of heat: the greater the R-value, the greater the resistance and so the better the thermal insulating properties of the object.
4Is spray foam insulation safe?
It is a chemical when first sprayed. When working with chemicals there is always a concern for health, however once the foam has dried it poses no threat to you. You should remain out of your home or structure for 24 hours to allow this process. This is why it’s so important to know what you are doing when applying this product. So why not leave it to the professionals. Quality 1st Installation has been in business for seven years. Our expertly trained professionals will provide quality work without any worry for you and your family’s health. They do the job right the first time because quality is not just in our name, we stand by the quality of our work!

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1What is the cost of spray foam insulation?
The average cost will vary depending on your location, size of square footage and the desired thickness. Once you have it installed you will see savings on your utility bills as well as add value to your home. It is an investment that pays. We offer free initial estimates. We look forward to hearing from you. Monday – Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (406) 403-4402. You may also choose to complete our online questionnaire and we will return your call within one business day.
2What are the drawbacks for using Fiberglass and Cellulose?
• Fiberglass and cellulose retain water, increasing the risk of damage to your homes structure.
• Fiberglass and cellulose allow air to flow through.
• Fiberglass and cellulose need to be fitted to the size of the area you are insulating. This can make it difficult to fill every little space.
• These can shift and leave parts of your home uninsulated.
• The majority of fiberglass has formaldehyde which can transfer fumes into your home.
• Fiberglass and Cellulose are not only able to be penetrated, some pests will use it as a nest.
• Fiberglass costs may vary per square foot. It is not permanent and can fall leaving your home exposed. It can also be damaged.
3Why is spray foam better than fiberglass or cellulose?
• Closed-Cell Spray Foam does not allow water to pass through it.
• Spray foam keeps cold air from flowing through your home.
• Spray foam expands to about 100% of its original mass. This allows it to fill every crevice of your home, business or outdoor structure, providing the best solution for insulation.
• Spray Foam increases your structures durability. It will not shift or settle.
• Many spray foams are safe for the environment, making your carbon footprint smaller.
• Spray foam is air tight. This reduces dust, allergens, mold, pollutants, termites, rodents, and insects.
• Spray foam insulation may seem like a more expensive option to insulate, however in the long run, it saves you money on energy costs. Spray foam insulation can add an increased value to your home or business. It provides for an insulation solution to promote longevity and will not need to be replaced in your lifetime.
4What can attic insulation do for you?
• Increase comfort
• Provide sound insulation
• Promote indoor air quality
• Strengthened home structure
• Lower utility bills
• Reduced carbon foot print
• Increase roof’s life span
• Protects your pipes
• Returned gain on investment
• Maintain a consistent temperature
• Reduce power consumption
• Added pest control
• Works for hot and cold temperatures
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