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What are the benefits of Blown in Insulation?

Blown-in insulation is a type of insulation that is installed by blowing loose fibers or beads into a space, such as a wall or an attic. This method of insulation is a popular choice for homeowners and contractors due to its ease of installation and ability to provide superior insulation coverage.

One of the main benefits of blown-in insulation is its ability to provide superior coverage compared to other types of insulation. Unlike fiberglass batts or spray foam insulation, blown-in insulation can reach every nook and cranny of space, providing a seamless insulation barrier. This helps to prevent heat loss and improve energy efficiency, ultimately leading to lower energy bills.

Another benefit of blown-in insulation is its versatility. It can be used in a variety of spaces, including attics, walls, and crawl spaces. It is also suitable for both new construction and retrofit projects. This makes it an ideal option for homeowners looking to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.

Fiberglass Insulation

Fiberglass insulation is one of the most common forms of blown-in insulation and also one of the least expensive. It consists of tiny glass fibers that are bound together to form an effective insulator. Fiberglass insulation can be used in both exterior walls and attic floors, making it a versatile option. One thing to keep in mind with fiberglass insulation is that the material traps moisture, so proper ventilation must be installed if using this type of insulation.

  • Cost:

    Blown-in insulation is much cheaper than traditional insulation and can save homeowners a lot of money over time.

  • Versatility:

    Blown-in insulation can be used in a variety of areas, including attics, walls, floors, and ceilings. This makes it an ideal choice for different types of homes and buildings.

  • Durability:

    Blown-in insulation has a long lifespan and can last up to 30 years with proper maintenance. It also does not settle or compress over time like other insulations may do.

  • Ease Of Installation:

    Installing blown-in insulation is typically much easier than installing traditional fiberglass or cellulose batt insulation because it does not require cutting, fitting or stapling. It also eliminates air pockets that can reduce the effectiveness of insulation.

  • Air Tightness:

    Blown-in insulation is much more efficient at keeping air from entering and leaving your home than other types of insulation. This helps to maintain a consistent temperature in your home and can save you money on energy costs in the long run.

  • Fire Retardant:

    Aluminum foil is a recyclable material that doesn't off-gas or releases any harmful chemicals into the environment, making it an excellent choice for those who are looking for an environmentally friendly solution to their insulation needs. Additionally, Fi Foil Insulation contains up to 70% recycled content, making it an even greener choice.

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The Process Of Installing Blown-In Insulation

Blown-in insulation requires special equipment to install, including a blowing machine and hoses. The process begins with prepping the area for installation by removing any existing insulation and patching up holes or cracks in walls and ceilings. 

Next, the appropriate amount of blown-in insulation is added to the area using the blowing machine, which can be adjusted to reach tight crevices or hard-to-reach spots. Finally, once all of the insulation has been added it should be left untouched until after inspection from a professional contractor. This will help ensure that your home is properly insulated and free from any potential issues caused by improper installation. 

The process of installing blown-in insulation may seem intimidating at first, but when done properly can help maintain the comfort and energy efficiency of your home for years to come. Plus, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing that all of your hard work has paid off!  With the right tools and a bit of know-how, anyone can successfully install blown-in insulation in their home. 

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