Mike started his career as a fiberglass installer over 20 years ago.
In addition to becoming a master fiberglass installer, I also became an expert in fire and draft blocking.
During my career in addition to insulation I also extended my knowledge to installing fireplaces, marble and hearth mantels, the service of gas fire places, and installing garage doors.
Because of my vast experience, exceptional quality of work, work ethic and being a team player who always considers the best interest of the company, I was promoted to field supervisor where I excelled at my new position.
My hard work and dedication earned me a promotion to Production Manager as well as safety coordinator.
My certifications include but are not limited to the following:
Hilti Cert., Forklift Cert., OSHA 30, Blower Door and Duct Blaster Certified through Environment for Living, Gas Specialist Certified, through (NFI) National Fireplace Institute.
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Always air seal before insulating! This is required for the NJ Home Performance with Energy Star program and to qualify for the $2,000.00 rebate!!
Quick before and after blown in fiberglass project in Hightstown NJ, The key here is to look at the level professional blown in work done by Coastal Insulation!
Why would you want to heat or cool your neighbor's home? We provide many different options for insulation and all applications as well.
Always remember to air seal before adding insulation! As you can see our guys install insulation better than anyone!
We are known for foam, but we do more fiberglass than any other contractor in NJ! Contact Coastal Insulation for all your insulation contractor needs!
Here you can see baffles being installed. Not only are they for attics, never let insulation touch your roof deck, it promotes rot, stops air flow (that is supposed to happen), and is very unprofessional. In the old days, and even now some contractors like to short cut budgets (or not add baffles to lower the total price), by leaving a gap between the fiberglass and the roof deck! NO, NO, no... there is air flow going up the roof deck, it is supposed to be... with this gap, air flows into your fiberglass batts, and reduces the R-Value!!