Our technicians are trained to provide some of the most common types of blown-in attic insulation. These include cellulose insulation, which is made out of recycled paper. It is economically friendly, fire- and insect-resistant, and maintains its integrity over time while providing an R-value of 3.5 to 3.8. Fiberglass insulation, much of which is made of recycled glass, costs less and also has fire-resistant properties. An R-value of around 2.2 to 2.9 per inch makes it sufficiently insulating, depending on where you live. In Houston, this can be enough, especially if you can fit a fair amount of insulation in your attic.
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Just as warm air can escape your home in winter, it can also be forced in during hot, humid summer days. Blown-in insulation prevents hot air from getting in and forcing your air conditioner to work harder. It’ll fit into the tightest nooks and crannies. All the while, cellulose and fiberglass insulation can reduce condensation and is soundproof. We use the proper blowing equipment to make installation fast and simple and, once we’re done, you may see significant savings on your energy bills. Whether you need insulation removal or new insulation, we’ve got you covered.