What is blown-in insulation?
Many families try desperately to heat their home in winter or cool it in summer using high-efficiency equipment and yet still see their electricity bills skyrocket, regardless of the season. That’s what happens when a home isn’t properly insulated. In fact, you can save hundreds of dollars per year in heating and air conditioning costs simply by insulating your home with blown-in insulation. Groupe Chauffez Vert can perform an assessment to determine what your home needs so you can save a bundle of money each year.
Types of blown-in insulation
Generally used to insulate attics, blown-in insulation is available in several different forms. Cellulose is composed primarily of shredded recycled newspaper, which is blown into the attic. Wool insulation, on the other hand, is composed of fiberglass. Regardless of the type you use, it’s important to use a sufficient quantity to ensure adequate insulation.
Which type of blown-in insulation is best?
Groupe Chauffez Vert can help you determine which type of blown-in insulation is right for your home, depending on your needs and your budget. Whether you opt for cellulose or wool, each one offers certain advantages. You just have to find the type that’s most suitable for your home.
Blown-in insulation for added comfort
Blown-in insulation can reduce heat loss in the winter and keep your home cool in the summer. This technique is generally used to insulate ceilings and floorboards and offers the added advantage of increased sound absorption between the floors of a home.
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