Blown-in Insulation

Why should my home be insulated?

Too often overlooked is a home’s insulation. In fact, many New England homes don’t even have insulation and, a well insulated home is an energy efficient home.

Using pneumatic equipment, blown-in insulation is typically installed by professional installers. This type of insulation can be used in wall cavities and is also good for unfinished attic floors, irregularly shaped areas and for filling in around obstructions.

Our Bruin employees are trained crews that know how to proficiently insulate and protect your home. We specialize in using Owens Corning ThermalCube Plus Loosefill Insulation and National Fiber cellulose insulation.

Bruin offers two choices of blown-in insulation:

Fiberglass – made primarily from a mixture of sand and materials such as glass that are spun together in to fine fibers.

Cellulose – made primarily from recycled papers that are treated with flame-resistant chemicals.

Your home’s attic AND your home’s walls should be properly insulated.

Bruin works with well-known insulation suppliers:

Owens Corning

Innovation for living. Manufacturer of the PINK insulation products. Owens Corning invented glass fiber and glass fiber insulation.  Fiberglass Insulation.

National Fiber

Manufacturers of cellulose insulation.

CertainTeed

With thermal, acoustical and energy-saving products, CertainTeed's fiberglass insulation is perfect for your insulation needs. Fiberglass Insulation

Choose from fiberglass or cellulose blown-in insulation.

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