Fiberglass Insulation Installation
Fiberglass, one of the most widely installed types of insulation, is available as blown-in (loose-fill) or rolls and batts, and it is made of up to 40% recycled materials. An environmentally friendly product that significantly reduces your energy bills – it doesn’t get much better than that!
Fiberglass Blown-in Insulation Installation
Fiberglass loose-fill, or blown-in, insulation can be used in many areas of your home and is particularly useful if you need to fill lots of small gaps, leaks and crevices in the attic. Thanks to its flexible installation method and high-efficiency rating, fiberglass blown-in insulation is perfect for filling those hard to reach areas in your home or business.
Fiberglass Batt Insulation Installation
Rolls or batts are designed to fit snugly between a wall and floor joists in any area of your home, including the attic and any crawl spaces. Since they are a cost-effective way to insulate homes, they are a very popular choice for both retrofit and new construction insulation projects.
Blown-in versus batt insulation—are you unsure which is best for your situation? Call our insulation contractors at (812) 256-7827(812) 256-7827 or contact us online for more information regarding insulation installation!
Benefits of Fiberglass Insulation Installation
In addition to being environmentally friendly, fiberglass insulation is beneficial for a number of reasons. It helps:
- Increase the energy efficiency of your home or building
- Maximize comfort in your home or building, all year long
- Improve the performance of your HVAC systems
- Improve soundproofing
- Contribute to a healthier environment
Denser fiberglass insulation (such as high-density batt insulation) has a higher R-value, which refers to the insulation’s resistance to heat flow. Ultimately, the higher the R-Value, the better!
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Blanket Insulation?
Blanket insulation—a commonly used type of insulation—comes in the form of batts or rolls. It consists of flexible fibers, usually fiberglass. Batts and rolls can also be made from mineral (rock and slag) wool, plastic fibers, and natural fibers, such as cotton and sheep’s wool.
What Is the Best Soundproofing Insulation?
Installing insulation can help reduce outside noises and noises between different rooms and levels inside. The best soundproofing insulation materials are cellulose and fiberglass.