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Blow In Insulation Edmonton AB
The term blow-in insulation refers to the process of filling stud or joist cavities or covering attic floors, with any loose material that has a good insulating R-value. While there are a variety of materials that can be used, including styrofoam pellets or loose fiberglass fibers, the most common material used for blow-in applications is cellulose material.
Blow-in insulation is one of the most effective products for areas such as attics to provide increased thermal performance and energy efficiency in the home. Heating and cooling costs can be saved by up to 30% per year by properly sealing and insulating the home. Blow-in insulation meets a variety of needs for single-family homes, new construction, retrofits and
Blow-in Cellulose Insulation
Cellulose insulation is made up of recycled materials such as newspapers, fiber products, as well as other environmental products. Blow-in cellulose insulation is chosen for its’ mold-resistant properties. Cellulose insulation is commonly blown into areas such as attics, floors, walls, basements etc. Blow-in Cellulose Insulation helps prevent the build-up of moisture, mold, and mildew commonly found in these places of your home. Contrary to batts, blown-in fiberglass insulation is perfect for filling in tight voids around wiring, pipes, or any area with awkward framing.
Key Benefits of Blow-In Insulation
Have you ever considered some of the key benefits of Blow-In Insulation? A great alternative to spray foam insulation is Blown-Insulation. Below are some key benefits of Blow-In Insulation for your home: