Batt Insulation – Blown In Insulation
Fiberglass insulation provides superior thermal performance. Additionally, it lasts for the life of your home without settling or deteriorating with age. Fiberglass blown insulation will not rot, decay or corrode, and maintains R-Value. Furthermore, we can even apply it on top of any existing insulation to achieve improved thermal performance. Additionally, it provides excellent sound control for a quieter home. Our products are made with recycled and renewable materials and are formaldehyde-free. There are no harsh dyes added, and no chemicals or unnecessary fire retardants. Best of all, heating and cooling equipment operates more efficiently in a home with attic insulation.
- Blown attic insulation has the ability to insulate areas where other types of insulation are difficult to install.
- Blown insulation is excellent for enclosed cavities, such as walls or for unenclosed spaces, such as attics.
- It also does not disturb any existing finishes or installation as it can be blown into small spaces.
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EnergyStar Insulation Recommendations
For a previously uninsulated attic, the experts at EnergyStar recommend between a rating of R-30 to R-60 in North Texas. (Click here for more details.) R-Value is a measure of attic insulation’s ability to resist heat traveling through it. Therefore, the higher the R-Value the better the thermal performance of the insulation. In addition, a recent study by the Insulation Institute found that nearly 9 out of 10 homes were underinsulated. Want to learn more about how to Rule Your Attic with attic insulation? Click the image to the right for additional information about how increasing the R-value of your home can save you money!
Unlike organic insulations, fiberglass does not offer an ideal environment for mold growth. The smooth, inorganic surface of the glass fibers is not conducive to promoting life.
“R” stands for resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power and resistance to heat flow. The recommended R-value depends on where you live and what area of your home you are insulating. For example, a colder climate requires higher R-values than a milder, more temperate one. Accumulating R-values is appropriate for increased thermal resistance.
Unfinished attics often leverage blown-in, loose-fill fiberglass. Additionally, nonconforming spaces and hard-to-reach areas such as corners, edges and around framing are great applications for blown-in insulation. This type of insulation requires a blowing machine for installation.