BLOWN-IN FIBERGLASS AND CELLULOSE
Blown-in Fiberglass, also known as loose-fill insulation, is a low-density fiberglass product that is blown onto an attic floor. It's typical R-value ranges from 3.1-3.4 per inch. Most people choose to do 10.5" of blown-in fiberglass for R-30 or 13" for R-38. Blown-in is the least expensive insulation way to insulate your attic.
Typical pricing ranges around $0.85/square feet under air for 10.5" R-30 Blown-in Fiberglass to $1.00/square feet under air for 13" R-38 Blown-in Fiberglass. Call us today for a quote over the phone at 954-459-4419.
While blown-in insulation is not as effective as spray foam at keeping a home cool, it does a decent job at separating the hot, humid attic air from the cool-conditioned air inside your home. Many homes in Florida have original blown-in fiberglass or fiberglass batt that have settled or shifted overtime due to people working in the attic, wind from tropical storms/hurricanes coming through soffit vents and humidity causing the insulation to settle. Adding more blown-in fiberglass insulation can help to keep your house cool and save up to 20% on your electric bill depending on the condition of your existing insulation and how cool you keep your home.