Blown-In Insulation Services
Looking for a cost-effective way to insulate your attic? Blown-in attic insulation comes in cellulose or fiberglass. Both materials have comparable R-values, but blown-in materials provides a protective thermal blanket in your attic.There are many benefits to using blown-in insulation for your attic over alternative methods.
Benefits to adding blown-in insulation to your attic include:
The tiny particulates that make up blown-in insulation are ver efficient locking in cooler indoor attic temperatures in summer & preventing heated & cooled air from leaking out by sealing the smallest cracks & crevices in your attic.
Cellulose & fiberglass reduce the risk of fire by creating an airtight seal, which keeps air from flowing through small spaces into a fire and stoking the flames.
Ease of Installation
Installation of blown-in insulation can be completed in a couple hours. Once our team of professionals is finished, the insulation creates a seamless, protective covering across wooden crossbeams, electrical wiring, & plumbing pipes.
Sound Dampening Benefits
The tight seal in your attic not only creates an effective insulation barrier, but also helps to mute the noise across adjacent rooms, as well as reduce noise from the outdoors.
Reduction of Condensation
The airtight seals created by blown-in insulation can also help reduce indoor moisture created by condensation. this will also help reduce the spread of mold, mildew, & bacteria in your attic.
Higher-Efficiency Compared to Fiberglass Batting
Studies have shown that blown-in home insulation materials can be over 20% more efficeint than fiberglass batting at the same R-Value. This is due to the flexibility that comes with a blown-in product when copared to a rigid solution.