Loose-Fill Insulation

Cellulose or fiberglass loose-fill insulation is a cost-effective insulation option that is blown into empty spaces in the structural part of homes to slow the transmission of heat or cold. It is a quick and easy product to install, and based on the nature of its installation, it’s easy to get insulation everywhere you need it. As loose fill insulation is blown in, the loose pieces fill every gap and crack in the coverage area.

Cellulose Loose-Fill Insulation

Loose-fill cellulose insulation is typically made from recycled materials like newspaper or wood. These materials are shredded into fibers that are designed to be packed together to stop the flow of heat or extreme cold. It is an affordable option ideal for hard-to-reach structural areas of a home. Cellulose r-values range between3.2 and 3.5.


Fiberglass Loose-Fill Insulation

Loose-fill fiberglass is made of tiny fibers of recycled glass. Fiberglass insulation is also a very affordable product, but provides very efficient insulation for your home. Fiberglass is a long-lasting, durable, and fire resistant product that has been used for decades. Fiberglass r-values range between 2.2 and 4.3.