Fiberglass Blown Insulation
Fiberglass blown insulation is a quick and easy way to insulate your home from the elements. Our team of experienced professionals can install fiberglass blown insulation in your home or office within a matter of hours. This technique is valued because of its price effectiveness and simplified insulation. The R-value of fiberglass blown is between 3.0 and 4.0 per inch. The energy efficiency of this material is dependent upon the location treated and depth applied. This substance is perfect for Texas climates. Its properties are great for repelling insects, fire resistance and combatting moisture.
Fiberglass Blown Application
It’s called fiberglass because it’s actually made of spun glass. Blown in fiberglass is much more energy efficient that fiberglass rolls. If you’re going to invest in your home, it makes more sense to choose the most quality insulation for your space, location and budget. Once we schedule a complimentary consultation, we present our economical proposal to you. Upon approval, our team of professionals sprays every crevice necessary with fiberglass, then cuts away the excess materials to yield a pleasing finish. This treatment is light enough for attics and efficient enough for walls and flooring. Contact us today for a free estimate.
Commercial and Residential Usage
The easy application of blown fiberglass makes it perfect for residential and commercial usage. Unlike batt, the torch used for application allows us to apply the insulation evenly to hard to reach areas. Our skilled professionals simply direct the nozzle to the desired area, the foam is literally sprayed into the surface, then magically expands. We then follow up by cutting away the excess fiberglass. This material is very popular due to its effectiveness and weight. Some insulations are too heavy to be applied in the attic but this is not the case with fiberglass. We will be sure to bring some product samples to your free consultation.
R-value measures your insulation’s energy efficiency. At a molecular level, heat always moves towards cold. What this means in a practical sense is that if your house is warm during the winter, the heat wants to escape to the cold exterior. Likewise, if it is unbearably hot outside, the heat wants to escape inside into your cool air conditioned home. Understanding R-values is extremely important to allow you to make the best informed decisions. R is equal to the rate of transfer. The best insulation keeps the heat out in the summer and inside during the winter. Blown fiberglass has a higher R-value than Fiberglass batt, hence its popularity.
You’ve heard it all your life, ‘you get what you pay for’. This couldn’t be more true in the world of insulation. Essentially, the higher the R-value, the higher the price point. What this means in every day practical sense is that if you opt to go with an insulation that has a lower R-value it simply means that your home will not be as efficiently insulated. In other words, your family or employees will constantly adjust the temperature of your home or office. It creates a situation in which no one is ever truly comfortable because your building is unable to retain heat.