Upgrading Insulation in St. Louis Homes and Beyond

Proper insulation promotes ongoing energy savings, reduced noise levels and a healthier environment. Insulation boosts energy performance, maintaining warmer temperatures during cold Midwestern winters and cooler temperatures during warm, humid summers. Saving energy through proper home insulation also means lower energy bills and less wear and tear on HVAC equipment for greater long-term overall comfort. Goley is an insulation contractor in St. Louis that has decades of experience, and we are committed to serving you with high-quality energy-saving solutions.

  • Additional insulation in under-insulated attics
  • Insulation removal of damaged insulation
  • Basements
  • Crawl spaces

NOW is the time to reinsulate!

By upgrading the insulation in your home, you may be able to get money back. The U.S. Federal Government is offering a tax credit of up to $500 (10% of the material cost) for homeowners who make certain energy efficiency upgrades in their home, like adding insulation. This tax credit applies to your principal residence, and the work must be completed by December 31, 2020. Don’t miss out on this chance to get money back for insulating your home. Please contact us if you have any questions about how you can take advantage of this unique opportunity.

Our insulation solutions include:


Goley Insulation offers a complete line of Owens Corning batt, roll and loosefill insulation products. The most widely used insulation type, fiberglass is composed primarily of natural ingredients such as sand and recycled glass.

Fiberglass Benefits

  • Excellent thermal and acoustical performance
  • Cost effective and easy to install
  • Non-corrosive and non-combustible
  • Does not require wet adhesives or fire retardant chemicals
  • Will not absorb moisture or support mold growth
  • Will not settle rot or deteriorate with age

Types of Fiberglass

Loosefill – Loosefill insulation offers exceptional performance for air infiltration control and thermal protection. It is typically used in attics, walls, floors and cathedral ceilings. Owens Corning’s PROPINK® Loosefill is a formaldehyde-free product containing 53% recycled content — the highest percentage in the industry.


Batt & Roll – Owens Corning’s EcoTouch® batt and roll insulation is a popular choice for floors, crawlspaces and ceilings. It is easy to customize and install and can be used in conjunction with other products. This versatile and durable insulation type is a cost-effective solution for both new constructions and retrofit projects.


Check out our Fiberglass Project Gallery for a look inside our projects.



Spray-applied cellulose fits snugly in wall cavities, limiting inefficient air pockets. It acts as a noise reducer and is resistant to mold, moisture, insect infestation and fire. Wet-spray cellulose uses a unique system that combines dry, loose cellulose insulation with water, which adheres to the wall cavity. The sprayed insulation forms full cavities, reducing air infiltration. Cellulose is made from recycled newsprint and paper and is treated with non-toxic fire retardants.

Check out our Cellulose Project Gallery for a look inside our projects.

Spray Foam

By creating a tight seal, spray foam insulation prevents air leaks, which can account for a major portion of a building’s energy loss. During the application process, spray foam is applied as a liquid and quickly expands to fill the space between cavities. It is typically used in attics, walls, crawl spaces and pole barns.

Check out our Spray Foam Project Gallery for a look inside our projects.

Insulation Removal

If your current insulation has been compromised by the elements or unwelcome pests, we can remove it and replace it with a better product. The process is quick and easy and can typically be completed in one day.

Owens Corning Insulating Systems, LLC is a manufacturer of durable, high-quality fiberglass products and does not sell or endorse other insulation industry products.

Check out our Project Gallery for a look inside our projects.

Contact your local St. Louis insulation contractor, Goley Insulation, for your retrofit project.