Commercial Insulation Services in Kansas City, MO | The Hayes Company

Our commercial division provides a wide variety of installation techniques for commercial buildings. We have experience installing insulation on some of the most high-profile buildings in the Kansas City area including Arrowhead Stadium, Bartle Hall, the Kansas City Zoo, educational halls at K-State, Great Wolf Lodge, the Richard Bolling Federal Building, St. Luke Mid America Heart Institute and many multi-family projects.

Read more about our work with St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and Greensburg Hospital.

We understand the importance of staying on time and on budget. As experts in insulation, you know there is no better choice than our team.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass batt insulation is the most common and widely used type of insulation. It’s the type that comes to mind for most people when thinking of insulation. Today’s fiberglass insulation is formaldehyde free and made primarily of recycled materials. Fiberglass batt insulation is available in widths suited to standard spacing of wall studs, and ceiling or floor joists. Blown-in fiberglass insulation can be installed in nearly any space. It can be dense packed into closed cavities.

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is a two-in-one product, insulating and air sealing in one step. Spray foam insulation can also increase building strength, helping to increase stability during high winds and severe storms.

  • Open cell spray foam insulation works as an insulator and air barrier. The typical R-value of open cell foam is 3.7 per inch. Open cell spray foam insulation is vapor permeable, dampens sounds and eliminates air infiltration.
  • Closed cell spray foam insulation also works as an insulator and air barrier. An additional feature of closed cell spray foam is that it is solid. The cells of the bubbles remain intact (closed), which makes the product rigid. The closed cell composition and increased density contributes to a higher R-value than that of open cell foam. This can contribute to building stability during storms and high winds.

Mineral Wool

Mineral wool insulation offers the R-value found in other insulation products and is fire resistant. Made of inorganic fibers derived from basalt, a volcanic rock, these materials are naturally fire resistant. It can reduce the spread of a fire and provides valuable extra minutes to save people and property, and reduce environmental damage.