Blow in fiberglass is the process of using specialized pneumatic equipment to blow strands of fiberglass through a hose into open cavities and hard-to-reach spaces. It is blown into such areas until a thick layer of insulation covers the entire area. Fiberglass is a material created by pulling strands of glass into thin fibers used to strengthen plastic filaments. The glass reduces the flow of heat, cold and sound.
Why Choose Blow In Fiberglass?
Flame and Mold Resistant
Energy Saver - Since blown in fiberglass can cover the hard to reach spots, it seals even the slightest cracks creating an air-tight seal keeping the heat and cool air from leaving the home.
Soundproofing - Since it creates such a tight seal, it does a great job of keeping the noise levels down in each room.