What is it?
Unlike batt, blown-in insulation is not woven together. Instead of large strips that can be easily cut into shape, this material is kept loose so that it can be sprayed into the space creating a heavy blanket over the floor of your attic or filling for your wall cavities.
What are the drawbacks of blown-in insulation?
One drawback to this style of insulation is most materials stay loose after being blown-in. This allows the insulant to move around the attic as winds enter through the ventilation. What starts out as an even layer of insulant along your attic floor can over time turn into a few very high mountains of insulant with deep valleys that offer little protection. Another problem is that it over time it will begin to settle, as the insulation settles you will lose some of your much desired R-value.
We have solutions
Both of the issues listed above are solved with our Pro Grade Stabilized Cellulose insulation. We avoid the settling and redistribution of the insulation by adding a lightweight adhesive which is activated as the insulation is blown into your attic. We guarantee that this insulation will retain its R-value for decades
What should I expect during installation?
The process for installing blown-in insulation is right in its name. A large hose connected to one of our trucks outside will be safely fed into the areas of your home where you wishto insulate. We will lay down tarps and other protective materials to ensure no damage is done to the inside of your home. Then we will place the chosen material into our machine in the truck and it will feed it into the hose.
Do you offer blown-in insulation near me?
Pro Home Improvement’s offices are near the border of Ferndale and Detroit, MI. We regularly install blown-in insulation for residents all over Metro Detroit. From Ann Arbor all the way up to Flint, we have proven ourselves as the best local insulation contractors. We provide free inspections prior to all estimates and include yearly inspections on all finished projects.