Blow-in insulation, also known as loose-fill insulation is the process of filling stud bays, joist cavities or floored attics, with any loose material that has a good insulating R-value. While there are various type of loose fill insulation. The most common is Cellulose or Fiberglass.
Blown insulation has several benefits and advantages over traditional insulation. Blown insulation is able to get into places where traditional batt insulation may not be able to be installed properly.Unlike traditional insulation, blown insulation leaves you with a seamless insulation blanket, providing true coverage and great R-value.
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- Types of Blown Insulation (Fiberglass and Cellulose)
- What are the benefits?
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Blown insulation is a method of filling the gaps in your home with material that will decrease your energy bill. This prevents heat from escaping in the wintertime and solar gain heating your home during the summer months.
Types of Blown Insulation are fiberglass or cellulose, and both have their advantages and disadvantages. Fiberglass is a man-made material, while cellulose insulation comes from recycled materials.
Cellulose Insulation is made up of about 86% recycled newspaper that has been treated with borate to resist fire and insects. This product will keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter because it traps the air within the fibers making excellent thermal barrier.
Fiberglass insulation is an inexpensive, non-organic material that does not contain harmful chemicals. It will not deteriorate over time, but it may irritate the skin, eyes, and respiratory systems if proper precautions are not taken when applying this product. As a result of these threats, fiberglass insulation is now coated with a borate compound to make it more effective.
Blown-in insulation helps to keep your home comfortable all year around. It keeps the heat in during the winter and cool air in during the summer.
The process of blown insulation is quick and easy, and there's no need to move all your furniture from one room, making it a great choice for renters or any homeowner.
Blown-in insulation is very cost-effective, and it protects your walls and ceilings while saving you money on your energy bill every month.
You should consider having this product applied if you want to increase your home's value by adding more insulation. If you decide to sell your home down the road, blown insulation will make your home more appealing to a larger pool of buyers.
It is easy for this product to be used on any type of building, from new construction to renovations, or even for commercial spaces. The application of blown insulation does not change the appearance of your living space at all and requires no activity while it's being applied, which makes it a great choice for everyone.