Blown-in Insulation

Blown-in insulation is the easiest and cheapest way to effectively insulate the attic of your home. This type of insulation covers all cracks, crevices, and hard to reach places inside your attic where other types of insulation don't work as well. It may cover your attic space more than some people feel they want, but by request paths and storage platforms can be made to make the attic more accessible without losing any R-Value. If you do not enter your attic this is a non issue. Most homes still have perfectly good insulation but not a sufficient amount to keep your home comfortable and energy efficient. This is where blown-in works best. You can cover old insulation combining the two to build the maximum amount of heat resistance in your attic that will last you a lifetime. Blown-in comes in two different types of insulation: Fiberglass or Cellulose. Fiberglass is made from recycled glass, Cellulose is made from recycled paper and covered with borate solution. Both materials are non-toxic, non-itch, and flame resistant.

Loose-Fill Insulation

Description of work:

  • Protection of all floors and walls between entrance of home and attic
  • Can lights covered and protected from contact with insulation
  • Clean out of any dead mice, nests, and droppings
  • Sealing of any entrances for rodents to enter and exit attic
  • Border attic entrance to prevent insulation falling through when opened
  • Install insulation up to the correct level your home requires, ensuring you have a
    comfortable, efficient home.