Reichel Insulation - The best insulation company in Southern Minnesota and South Dakota
54040 Loren Dr.
Mankato, MN, 56001
Reichel Insulation has over 18 years of experience serving Minnesota and South Dakota's residential and commercial customers create more comfortable, safe, and energy-efficient environments.
Making sure your home or business is properly insulated - whether through fiberglass insulation, Loosefill blown in insulation, RetroFoam insulation or spray foam insulation – our insulation is the most efficient and cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint.
Installing Fiber Glass Building Insulation is an easy, cost effective method to help conserve energy in residential and commercial new construction and remodeling. In addition to its thermal properties, Fiber Glass batts also provide acoustical performance. Its broad availability of R-values, sizes and facings ensures the right product for the job.
In addition, the investment you make in insulation will not only pay you back in lower energy bills but also in enhanced comfort.
Choose the Minnesota insulation and South Dakota Insulation Company with years of experience, and a reputation for providing practical, effective solutions at affordable prices. When you make Reichel Insulation your contractor of choice, you'll not only get quality workmanship that delivers results, but the peace of mind that comes with knowing you're working with the area's best.
Fiber Glass Blown Insulation is used in residential and commercial construction as a thermal and acoustical insulation. This product is noncombustible, noncorrosive and best of all odor-free. Designed for open attic areas and for retrofitting enclosed sidewalls.
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Insulation helps keep your home cool during the summer months and warm during the winter months. Upgrade your insulation and start saving money today!
A 3-part resin that is a nonflammable insulation material. RetroFoam can be injected into the wall cavity of your home or office. Optimal for replacing your old insulation or insulating your existing building, RetroFoam insulation offers numerous benefits as well as a simple and quick installation process.
With over 18 years of experience, the choice between insulation contractors has never been easier. We are the experts in energy-efficient insulation and we provide only the best brand name products available. From fiberglass to foam, Minnesota and South Dakota' insulation experts are Reichel Insulation!
Closed cell sprayfoam insulation and open cell sprayfoam insulation is the newest in residential and commercial insulation products. As an all-in-one insulation air sealing system, spray foam insulation is designed to solve your insulation requirements from a simple crawlspace to protecting from disease.
Call today for your free estimate, and see how we can help you go green, while still putting some green back in your pocket!
Polyurethane foam systems in many cases eliminate the need for expensive and time consuming concrete replacement.
Compared to grout lifting methods, there is no need for oversized core holes which can range from 1.5” to 3” in diameter. The foam lifting method requires a 5/8” diameter hole which eliminates unsightly patches and, since foam cures in minutes, there is no discoloration or staining of the surrounding concrete surface.
Because polyurethane foams cure in minutes (typically 90% of full compression strength in 15 minutes after being injected) large surface areas can be lifted and reopened to use reducing downtime and labor cost.
Our specially formulated polyurethane foam system can be injected into wet areas while still maintaining its physical characteristics during reaction and expansion.
The high density, closed cell nature of polyurethane foam makes it resistant to water penetration.
During the injection process the polyurethane concrete lifting foam will flow freely into cracks and voids, expanding to its final in-place density which is typically greater than its free rise density. Free rise density is determined without any loads or restrictions placed on the polyurethane foam