Residential Insulation

With a complete line of the highest quality products available, Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc. has combined their years of experience with tried, tested, and approved products that perform. Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc. has teamed up with some of the most prominent insulation manufacturers, in the world, to assure our customers have the most reliable and appropriate solutions for their insulation needs. But we don't just look for our customer to be happy, we look to create a comfortable, efficient home that satisfies generations to come. As part of various organizations that drive for continued improvement, Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc. is at the cornerstone of understanding how new technology works, how to improve current insulation products, and the most effective installation methods.
We offer Fiberglass, Spray Foam and Radiant Barrier insulation.

Commercial Insulation

Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc. has the experience you can count on. Well trained and fully resourced, our Professional Commercial Team understands the value of every day. Finishing the job on time, on budget, safely, and done right is our highest priority. At Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc., we also understand the added complexities of commercial insulation projects and stay well informed of the changing codes and UL guidelines. We are always just a phone call away and want to make sure the job we do, for you, helps secure your next project.

Air Sealing and Ventilation

At Sierra Wes Wall Systems Inc. we recognize that every home breathes - at least they're supposed to - in order to ensure good indoor air quality. In most cases this means closing undesired gaps, cracks, holes and/or installing necessary ventilation. Our team is well educated in building science and is continually investigating what products and new innovations would perform best in every scenario. we also recognize that a job done right is a safer, more efficient home for years to come.

Fiberglass Insulation

Developed in 1938, as a source of insulation, fiberglass insulation quickly became the most preferred method for home insulation in the world. It works by trapping air in the pockets of its fibers and providing a thermal resistance to heat flow for the home. Fiberglass insulation can be found in either a Blanket or Loosefill form; and with increased attention to energy conservation, it has become more popular and recognized as the most significant improvement in creating an energy efficient home. Fiberglass Blanket Insulation
Found as either a precut "Batt" or continuous "Roll", a blanket of insulation is flexible and available in various widths to fit the standard cavities of walls, attics, floors, and ceilings. Most recently, the industry has seen extraordinary developments - in many cases - creating a friendlier installation, providing a more eco-conscience binder, increasing recycled content to as much as 40%, and maximizing bio-based materials for added sustainability.

Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation

Often referred to as "Blown-In Insulation" - based on its method of install - Loosefill Insulation is a collection of loose fibers or nodules that are blown into the wall cavity or attic. It requires specific industry designed equipment that agitates, expands, and distributes the material to its desired depth. Some wall applications require an added fabric system to retain the material within the studs. Loosefill is most recognized for its ability to provide a continuous coverage, be flexible, and fit into tight or low crevices.

Radiant Barrier Insulation

Installed in residential and commercial buildings to reduce Summer heat gain and Winter heat loss, a Radiant Barrier is a thin sheet of reflective material installed on one or two sides of the structure. The Radiant Barrier helps reduce the air temperature of the attic - or adjoining room - by preventing radiant heat from transferring in or out of the space. There are two major types of reflective material recognized today as a Radiant Barrier: 1) Low e Reflective Coating--it is a paint-like substance which is applied as a coating directly to the substructure and has an emittance value of +/- 25%., 2) Aluminum Radiant Barrier, which we offer, has a continuous coverage and an emittance value as low as 3%. If installed properly, the Radiant Barrier will reduce the adjoining air temperature by as much as 30%, lowering the cooling load of an air conditioning unit and the level of resistance needed by conventional insulation.

Blown-In Wall System

A commonly used method of insulating unfinished walls, the Blown-In Wall System uses a fabric 'netting' to hold the loos e fill fiberglass insulation between the studs. This allows the installer to blow the insulation directly through the 'netting'- usually at high, medium, and low intervals - to completely insulate the wall to the desired density and R-value. By taking advantage of loosefill's attributes, the wall has a more monolithic coverage from floor to ceiling and around wiring, pipes, or other necessary essentials.

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation is one of the latest evolutions in the insulation industry. It has added air sealing and rigidity to the benefits of insulation. With a superior R-Value per inch and an expanding ability to fill a cavity, the spray foam finds and infiltrates cracks, gaps, and holes to seal and insulate the conditioned space from the outdoor environment. Used between the framed studs of walls, floors, ceilings, and attics (or to seal off a crawl space), Spray Foam Insulation's 100x expansion is especially appreciated for its speed of install and total coverage. Spray Foam Insulation should be installed by a trained professional--someone who has been trained in the correct installation safety precautions and possesses the required equipment to mix and apply the product. If installed properly, Spray Foam Insulation can help reduce future energy costs, and help improve indoor air quality.

R- Values

An R-Value indicates insulating power or thermal resistance. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Higher R-values are more effective at maximizing your energy savings and comfort. Use the following links to see what R-Value of insulation would work best for your project.