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Blown-in Attic Insulation

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Blown-in Attic Insulation

When you need to add insulation to an attic, the fastest and most cost-efficient method is to use blown-in insulation. We specialize in blown-in attic insulation to optimize comfort and energy savings, using premium fiberglass. Having proper insulation levels in the attic is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to reduce energy loss—and save up to 15% on heating and cooling costs!

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Blown-In Attic FAQs

Questions? We have answers.

Does this product settle?

Unlike cellulose, our premium fiberglass insulation is light, fluffy and doesn’t settle over time. Unless damaged, the installed insulation should last the life of the building.

Is blown-in fiberglass insulation safe?

Yes! Our premium fiberglass insulation is made from recycled glass and is naturally non-combustible. It is much easier to work with because it is not itchy like traditional fiberglass batts. When installed, it looks like fluffy snow and is Energy Star rated, water resistant and has low dust compared to alternative options.

How long does it take PHI to install this insulation?

Most blown-in fiberglass projects take our team 1 day or less to install.

What is the cost?

The cost depends on factors like square footage, how much insulation you already have and what R-value you’d like to attain. (Per Energy Star, R49 is recommended for Northeast Ohio’s climate zone.) Our Energy Consultants can assess these factors at the time of your free estimate.

Can you install fiberglass blowing insulation over cellulose?

Fiberglass is installed at a lighter weight than cellulose. Therefore, fiberglass can be blown on top of cellulose without the threat of compressing the existing insulation. Since cellulose must be installed at a much higher density or weight, it cannot be installed on top of fiberglass due to the potential to compress the existing insulation.

Blown-in fiberglass can go over all other insulation types too.

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