Blown-in insulation is the most efficient of the two types of insulation methods. Because blown-in insulation is a monolithic layer of insulation without seams, like the ones found in batt rolls it is able to fill in a larger majority of air gaps that might otherwise be missed. Boric acid, borax or aluminum sulfate used in cellulose insulation provide resistance to mold, pests, and fire that can occur in the attic.
- Insulation efficiently fills gaps.
- Can fill wall cavities and installed over existing insulation
- Ideal for hard-to-reach areas such as attics
- Materials can be layered for added protection.
- Blown-in insulation flows down around wall studs.
- Blown-in fiberglass is considered flame resistant.
- Most blown-in cellulose materials are non-toxic.
Our professionals can complete a blown-in insulation job much more quickly than they can install our other types of insulation, giving you less stress and time away from your lives. Adding blown-in insulation to your home is one of the many ways we help save our customers money. The amount of money you save on energy costs will stack much more quickly over the next couple of years, paying for itself, and even bringing a return on your investment in the long run.