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United Spray Foam of Muskegon

Spray foam insulation contractors serving Muskegon, Michigan

United Spray Foam of Muskegon

1302 6th St
Muskegon Michigan 49441
United States


Business Description

We work with you to help improve your comfort issues and energy inefficiencies in your home or business. We take the time to inspect the areas that we suspect could have an insulation problem, and offer you solutions to help reduce those problems. We can help you with all your insulation needs, big or small. We are here to help you feel safer and more comfortable in your own home, office building, or pole barn. Using spray foam insulation is one of the best ways to safeguard your home and improve its structural integrity while also regulating your indoor temperature. Having spray foam insulation installed may also help with your tax bill! Contact us to discuss your project and get a free estimate today!

Business Hours

Monday8 AM–6 PM
Tuesday8 AM–6 PM
Wednesday8 AM–6 PM
Thursday8 AM–6 PM
Friday8 AM–6 PM

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About Muskegon

Muskegon ( mə-SKEE-gən) is a city in and the county seat of Muskegon County, Michigan, United States. Situated around a harbor of Lake Michigan, Muskegon is known for fishing, sailing regattas, and pleasure boating, and as a commercial- and cruise-ship port. It is a popular vacation destination because of its freshwater beaches, architecture, and public art collection. It is the most populous city along Lake Michigan's eastern shore. At the 2020 census, the city's population was 38,318. The city is administratively autonomous from adjacent Muskegon Township. Muskegon is the center of the Muskegon metropolitan statistical area, which is coextensive with Muskegon County and had a population of 175,824 as of the 2020 census. It is also part of the larger Grand Rapids-Kentwood-Muskegon-combined statistical area. == History == === Early inhabitants === The name "Muskegon" is derived from the Ottawa mashkiigong, meaning "marshy river or swamp". === European arrival === The "Masquigon" River (Muskegon River) was identified on French maps dating from the late 17th century, suggesting French explorers had reached Michigan's western coast by that time.

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