Without insulation, many homes would be uncomfortable, draft-filled shelters. This padding is what separates us from summer’s harsh heat and winter’s fierce cold. A properly insulated attic insulation can save homeowners hundreds of dollars on electricity and heating costs. Unfortunately, many find the homes they purchased lack proper insulation. The expense of having it done can be daunting however, with blow-in insulation, you can save both yourself and your wallet from discomfort.
Contrary to rolled or bat insulation, more commonly used in easily accessible areas like warehouses, blown-in insulation is a method in which insulation products are applied to smaller spaces – like attics, floors, and wall cavities – without much cutting into the home’s structure. Because of its improved performance and quick setting, it is the insulation market’s top competitor. Applying techniques vary depending on the product used.
There are three primary blown-in insulation types: cellulose, fiberglass, and spray-in foam. Depending on the area it is applied and the time of year each of these insulation products has its pros and cons.
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