When the sun heats a roof, its radiant energy makes the roof hot. Much of this heat travels by conduction through roofing materials to the attic, which radiates its gained heat energy onto the cooler surfaces like air ducts and spaces below.
With high-performance fiberglass insulation from Texas Home Insulation, you can reduce energy bills by retaining heat in cold weather and rejecting heat in warm seasons. The fiberglass insulation we install is available in blanket-type batts or loose-fill particles, both of which have unique characteristics.
Roll-on or blanket-type insulation comes as rolls of fiberglass batts, which generally are either 15 or 23 inches wide to fit between typical framing widths. Batt insulation is often placed between walls and floors, but is also installed in the attic at right angles over the framing members.
Loose-fill fiberglass insulation consists of small particles that conform to any space without disturbing structures or finishes. Applied using a blower and hose, loose-fill fiberglass insulation is well suited for retrofits and locations where installing other types of insulation is difficult.
Make your home more energy efficient with assistance from Texas Home Insulation. We are committed to providing quality services using environmentally friendly products that ensure the safety of our customers, employees and families.
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