Blown-in fiberglass insulation is typically installed by a professional installer with pneumatic equipment and can be used in wall cavities and is also good for unfinished attic floors, irregularly shaped areas and for filling in around obstructions.
Fiberglass insulation is made primarily from a mixture of sand and materials such as glass that are spun together in to fine fibers.
Bruin specializes in using Owens Corning FIBERGLASS® loosefill insulation:
- Noncorrosive – it does not require fire-retardant chemicals which can, if leached out, promote corrosion of pipes, electrical equipment or structural metal attachments
- Noncombustible – meets all model building codes for non-combustibility
- Moisture resistant – glass fibers resist moisture build-up
- Mold resistant – inorganic glass fibers do not support fungus or mold growth. It will not rot or decay.
Contact Bruin for more information on blown-in fiberglass insulation and how insulating your home can improve its energy efficiency and reduce your home heating and cooling costs!