Whether you’re adding insulation to a current home or choosing insulation for a new house, finding the right insulating material can be challenging. Fibrous loose-fill insulations such as cellulose and fiberglass have grown in popularity for their ability to perform well in any space without tearing down walls.

The most common types of materials used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose and fiberglass. Loose-fill insulation, which is also called blown-in insulation, consists of small particles that can conform to any space without disturbing structures or finishes. This space-adaptation ability makes loose-fill insulation well suited for retrofits and locations where installing other types of insulation would be difficult.

With the right loose-fill insulation, your home’s heating and cooling systems operate more efficiently. The fewer hours these systems work, the more money you save. Find the best blown-in insulation system for your home with help from Texas Home Insulation, the residential building insulation experts. Our experienced technicians can evaluate your home and determine which type of insulation will offer an optimal energy cost reduction. At Texas Home Insulation, we’re here to answer your questions and concerns in a timely, courteous and professional manner.

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Blown-In Insulation Services

Installation of blown-in insulation is quick and does not require opening up walls. After inspecting the insulating area for possible air leaks, our specialists apply loose-fill insulation using a blowing machine and hose. Loose-fill insulation is ideal for difficult-to-access areas such as truss attics or closed wall cavities and generally can be installed in all ceiling, sidewall and exposed areas such as overhanging floors. Installation of blown-in insulation in most homes usually takes a half day or less.

Conserve energy and decrease homeowner expenses with superior blown-in insulation from Texas Home Insulation. Our solutions team can pinpoint and install the best insulating system for your structure.

To learn more about loose-fill or blown-in insulation, contact Texas Home Insulation.

Additional Details

  • Consisting of between 75 and 85 percent waste materials, cellulose is primarily made from recycled newsprint. 
  • Fiberglass, however, contains 20 to 30 percent recycled glass. 
  • Cellulose has an average thermal resistance value of R-3.2 per inch. 
  • Fiberglass, by comparison, offers an average thermal resistance value of R-2.2 per inch. 
  • Cellulose is denser and has better resistance to airflow, so it works more efficiently as insulation.

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