With the various insulation installment methods and materials available in the market today, it is difficult to find the perfect one that will match your building’s structure, lifestyle, budget, and overall indoor living experience. However, if you are planning to insulate your attic and do not know which type of insulation will give you the most advantages and benefits, consider having it blown-in.
Although blown-in insulation functions just like every other insulating material, it comes with its own set of unique features. Besides keeping your home’s interior temperate all-year round, you will experience these additional benefits, as well:
Unlike the standard insulation, blown-in creates a much tighter finish thus, preventing airflow from entering the room. Also, among all the other installation procedures, blown-in is the fastest. All the workers need to do is staple a barrier on to 2x4 planks, cut a small slit on its surface, and insert how much insulation material your home needs through a tube.
Most insulation utilizes particles, such as fiberglass, as their main material. People with allergies know that being exposed to these substances will trigger their allergies. Luckily, blown-in insulation uses virgin materials and covers it with a protective blanket, thus, reducing the chances of their illnesses from flaring up.
Exposing your attic with ample amounts of moisture is bad. Not only will encourage mold and mildew buildup, but also, weaken its structural integrity.
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As long as the barrier of this insulation is not damaged, you attic will be able to control the amount of moisture, and become almost moisture-proof.
Yes, it is a fact that blown-in insulation costs a little bit more than the others; but if you prefer efficiency over price, then this is the right insulator for you.
If you are living in the surrounding areas of St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Jacksonville, St. Johns, Palm Coast and most other areas in Northeast Florida, and need an expert opinion when it comes to choosing which type of insulation is perfect for your property, contact Taylor Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, and we will help you find your perfect match.
Dealing with AC related services for more than 60 years, has given us an edge when it comes to maximizing and optimizing your building’s energy saving capabilities. So if you are interested in our services, such as air sealing and ductwork, give us a call at: 904-289-2355 or visit our contact page here.