Blown in Fiberglass Insulation
Blown in fiberglass insulation is a popular choice among homeowners and businesses looking to improve their building's energy efficiency. Our team of professionals has the experience and expertise to provide top-notch fiberglass insulation services, ensuring your building stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer.But what is fiberglass insulation and when is it the right choice for your building? Fiberglass insulation is made from glass fibers and is often blown into attics, walls, and other spaces to provide a barrier against heat transfer. It is a cost-effective option that is easy to install and widely available.
In some cases, fiberglass insulation may be the preferred choice over spray foam insulation. For example, if you have existing fiberglass insulation in your walls, adding more fiberglass insulation may be the simplest and most cost-effective solution. Fiberglass insulation can also be a good option if you have limited access to the area you want to insulate, as it can be blown in through small openings.
However, it's important to note that fiberglass insulation does have some limitations. Unlike spray foam insulation, fiberglass insulation is not airtight and can allow air to pass through, potentially reducing its effectiveness as an insulator. Additionally, fiberglass insulation can settle over time, reducing its overall thickness and effectiveness.
Despite these limitations, fiberglass insulation can still provide a great deal of benefits to your building. It is non-toxic, fire-resistant, and will not attract pests like rodents or insects. It also helps to reduce the amount of energy your heating and cooling system needs to use, reducing your energy costs and helping to reduce your carbon footprint.
At Spray Foam Pros of Meridian, we believe in providing our clients with the best possible service and solutions for their insulation needs. Our team of experts will work with you to assess your building's insulation needs and recommend the best course of action, whether that's fiberglass insulation or another option.