Text Box: Clayville Insulation

“Serving the Magic Valley Since 1972”
Text Box: Residential Products

Fiberglass Net & Blow System
Cellulose Full Wall Cavity System
Fiberglass Batt Insulation
Loose-Fill Cellulose and Fiberglass Insulation


Commercial/Ag Products


· K-13 Cellulose Acoustical Insulation

· Urethane Foam

· Fiberglass Batt Insulation


Tax Credits & Incentives



Both the Federal Government and local utility companies have provided incentives to better insulate your home.


Check with your local utility company about their programs that will allow you to insulate your home and receive even more benefits than “just” savings on your monthly bills.


Text Box: New Construction ProjectsAgriculture Applications, Urethane Foam, K-13, Fiberglass InsulationCommercial Insulation ProjectsSonakrete, church, worship center, acoustical performanceText Box: What does “R-value” mean?

R-value is a measure of resistance to heat flow through a given thickness of material. In theory, the higher the R-value, the greater that resistance. 

Unfortunately, R-Value has taken hold in the consumer’s mind as a universal method for comparing insulations - the higher the R-Value, the better the insulation, end of story. But all R-Values are not created equal, because they measure only one of the factors that determine how insulation will perform in the real world.

Insulation is, first and foremost, meant to stop the movement of air. The problem with using R-Value as the sole yardstick of an insulation’s effectiveness is that air moves in and out of your home or commercial building in four ways: by conduction (which R-Value measures), and by convection, radiation and air infiltration (none of which R-Value measures). 

The R-Values of insulation materials are measured in a lab. That would work great - if your home were inside a lab! But your home was built outdoors, and that means there are other factors like wind, humidity, and temperature changes in play. These factors create pressure differences between the interior and the exterior of the building due to things like hot air rising, wind, and mechanical systems forcing air through every tiny little opening and making its way to the interior or exterior, or to unconditioned areas of the building like attics, basements and crawl spaces.

Your home or commercial building may look solid, but there are thousands of tiny gaps, cracks and penetrations between building materials. 

A superior insulation system will have good R-Value (prevent heat loss via conduction), will be pneumatically or spray applied, fully filling the building cavity (prevent heat loss via convection), and will be densely packed (prevent heat loss via air infiltration and radiation). 

In addition, you want your insulation to do more than just insulate. Besides insulating, cellulose can help prevent the spread of flames in the event of a fire and blocks the transmission of sound much more effectively than fiberglass. The insulation in your walls, ceilings, attic, etc., have a lot of jobs to do. 
New ConstructionRetrofit Insulation, it's never too lateComfort, warmthText Box: Insulation Versatility & Ingenuity

Insulation versatility and ingenuity have become the backbone of this family-run insulation business, after 38 years of hands-on experience in the industry.  Whether the job requirements included residential, agriculture or commercial applications using cellulose, fiberglass insulation, urethane foam, or K-13 Acoustical insulations . . . We’ve done them all!!

We pride ourselves on the successful completion of each and every job with the highest quality products and workmanship.

We hold memberships in national organizations such as The American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM International) as well as local organizations.  

We also maintain a Public Works License and are always striving to educate ourselves and our employees in the most up-to-date insulation products and installation methods while enjoying the networking with customers and the industry in general.

So when you are looking for qualified, knowledgeable and experienced insulation professionals, call us at 
208-678-9791 or toll free at 1-800-584-9022.