Blown-In Insulation

What Is Blown-In Insulation?

Blown-In Insulation, also known as loose fill insulation, can be used in attics or blown inside of existing walls. Installing Blown-In Insulation inside an attic can be extremely beneficial if the attic has limited space, which would make installing fiberglass batts tremendously difficult.

Existing walls can be filled with Blown-In Insulation by drilling a hole one yard above the floor and another hole one foot below the ceiling and filling the wall cavity with loose fill insulation with an insulation blower. The holes are then covered by plastic plugs, which can be skim-coated and painted, making them invisible.

Blown-in insulation is available in cellulose, fiberglass, and rockwool and is a relatively fast way to insulate a structure. Within a few hours, a technician can blow loose fill into an attic, creating immediate comfort for the customer. As the loose fill settles, small gaps and cracks are filled in, preventing any cold air from getting inside the home. 

Benefits of Blown-In Insulation

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