Looking for a sustainable way to insulate your home? Get fiberglass insulation!
Fiberglass insulation’s main purpose is to provide thermal protection in attics and home walls. Since it plays a big role in temperature regulation, ultimately it will impact energy bills quite significantly. If your home doesn’t have an insulation solution installed, you may be spending a lot more than you need to be.
When you’re convinced of the benefits of fiberglass insulation, give us a call to advise the best way forward. There is a range of fiberglass insulation options available, which includes blanket fiberglass (batts and rolls) and loose fill fiberglass.
Should you go ahead with fiberglass insulation, A-TEX Roofing & Remodeling will ensure that the installation process is smooth, efficient and cleaned up without a trace once completed. During the estimation stage we will measure the surface areas you need covered and advise on the best type of fiberglass, ensuring that the job is tailored to your specific needs. Give us a call now for a consultation.
One of the biggest pulls of fiberglass insulation is its impact on a more energy efficient home. The air-tight insulation means unwanted warm or cold air is unable to enter the home. This in turn means homeowners will rely less on artificial temperature regulators like air conditioners and heating.
Made of very fine glass fibers, fiberglass does not absorb or retain water. This is music to any homeowners’ ears as leaks and moisture is one of the biggest pains to deal with. Fiberglass insulation is a great complement to whichever roofing material you have installed to ensure that all the moisture stays outside the home without the slightest chance to get in the home.
An added bonus of fiberglass insulation is its ability to absorb sound, which considerably reduces noise. Think of rain and wind during a storm on a metal roof, or simply noise from the next room — noise reduction is a factor most homeowners don’t realize how much they need until they see the effect of fiberglass insulation.
Given that the key ingredient of fiberglass is glass, the material is non-combustible and this won’t change through its lifetime. It’s a great safety net, especially in areas prone to fire, and some homeowners even use it as a buffer in wooden attics or wall structures.
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Our fiberglass insulation experts are on stand-by to give you advice and provide a free estimation. Whether it’s assessing what the best option is, or retro-fitting fiberglass onto an existing home, we look forward to being of service. Check this page if you opt for cellulose insulation. Simply give us a call and we’ll arrange an appointment to discuss your home’s needs.
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