Koala Insulation is an insulation contractor providing high-quality insulation services to homeowners, contractors and property owners. We work with new construction, retrofit applications, and properties affected by natural disasters or that have suffered significant damage.
We provide insulation services to the following cities: Sharpsburg, Newnan, Senoia, Grantville, Moreland, East Newnan, Turin, Peachtree city, Fayetteville, Tyrone, Woolsey, Brooks,LaGrange, Hogansville, Greenville, Luthersville, Warm Springs, Woodbury, Gay, Lone Oak, Carrollton, Bowdon, Whitesburg, Temple, Roopville, Mt. Zion, McDonough, Stockbridge, Locust Grove, Hampton, Blacksville, Heron Bay, Jonesboro, Riverdale, Morrow, Forest Park, Lovejoy, Conley, Lake City, Irondale, Bonanza, Griffin, Orchard Hill, Sunnyside, Experiment, East Griffin.
We provide all types of insulation including blown-In cellulose and fiberglass, dense packing, spray foam and batt insulation. Furthermore, we provide a number of energy efficiency upgrades such as air sealing, thermal imaging, hatch and can light covers. If it involves insulating or improving energy efficiency within a building envelope, we can handle it. We offer competitive prices and free insulation evaluations.
If you are having a hard time deciding what type of insulation to choose, we can show you all of the options and estimated costs. Our reviews speak for themselves, Koala Insulation is the right choice for all of your insulation needs. We are locally owned and operated, fully insured and licensed. Additionally, all of our services come with a limited lifetime warranty.
By Hiring an Insulation Contractor, You Can Lower Your Energy Bill Up To 30%
We offer a full range of services to improve energy efficiency and comfort. These insulation services are provided to homeowners, commercial property owners, and industrial facilities. According to the Department of Energy, "Space heating and cooling account for almost half of a home's energy use, making this one of the largest energy expenses in any home.”