It is important that insulation be malleable and made to fit your house, rather than awkwardly cut and stuffed into crevices in your house, reducing the efficiency. Blown-in blanket insulation is a patented process often used in new construction, which installs blowing wool, a form of fiberglass, which covers all facets and crevices of the interior or exterior walls of your home, roof, or attic. This method requires that a licensed professional perform it, which Affordable Insulation will be happy to provide.
This newer method will provide a higher R-value than standard batt insulation and will cover even the most awkward of nooks and crannies. This will be more useful than batts, which loses effectiveness if crammed into smaller places. Blown-in blanket insulation will ensure that even odd-sized and shaped cavities will be packed with densely layered insulation, providing no avenues of escape to temperature and air. The thermal efficiency and R-value of blown-in blankets will surpass the thermal efficiency and R-value of standard fiberglass batts.
You Will Experience Professional Installation
As a new patent, blown-in blanket insulation can only be installed by a licensed and trained insulation professional. While this is more costly than the tried and true do-it-yourself method, it means that your insulation will be placed with the top tools and skilled craftsmanship. Fiberglass insulation of all kinds loses a lot of its effectiveness when poorly placed, so our professional installers will allow you to get the most out of your insulation and be sure its R-value stays high for years to come.
Blown-In Blanket Insulation Can Cooperate With Other Types
Things of all sorts often work best in tandem with each other, and that is no different for insulation. Blown-in blanket insulation can be used in hybrid forms with other types of insulation, such as spray foam, to get the best of both types of insulation you put together.
This can be useful if you want to have your cake and eat it too. If you feel that fiberglass isn’t airtight enough for your insulation needs, you can combine it with spray foam to obtain the heat and moisture resistance of fiberglass with the air-tight membrane of spray foam. By shedding the batt form of insulation, blown-in blanket insulation ensures that even the oddest crevices will be covered in full.