Loose Fill & Net and Blow Insulation


Loose Fill Insu­la­tion - Blow In, Net & Blow and Dense Pack

FEATURES

  • Ther­mal Insu­la­tion
    Loose fill insu­la­tion is installed to fit the R-value needs of the build­ing structure.
  • Con­tent
    Avail­able in loose­fill cel­lu­lose or fiber­glass.

INSTALLATIONS

Loose fill is installed using one of three meth­ods, depend­ing on the customer’s needs:

  • Blow In
    Loose fill insu­la­tion is installed by blow­ing the prod­uct onto a flat sur­face, usu­ally an attic deck.
  • Net & Blow
    Net­ting is hung from the ceil­ing or floor joist and the loose fill is blown into the netting.
  • Dense Pack
    A mesh fab­ric is sta­pled over the wall cav­ity and loose-fill insu­la­tion is blown behind the fab­ric and packed tightly to elim­i­nate voids and pre­vent settling.

BENEFITS OF CELLULOSE

  • Con­tains 85% recy­cled content
  • Does not lose R-value when settled
  • Reduces drafts for a more com­fort­able envi­ron­ment
  • Reduces out­side noise
  • Con­tains a fire retardant

BENEFITS OF FIBERGLASS

  • Con­tains around 30% recy­cled content
  • Reduces drafts for a more com­fort­able envi­ron­ment
  • Reduces out­side noise
  • Is non­com­bustible

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VACUUM

Vac­uum Service

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In retro-fit attics, old insu­la­tion can be removed with a vacuum.