What is batt insulation? Batt insulation is fiberglass blanket insulation that comes in rolls or sheets and is designed for easy handling and use between framings, such as studs and joists. Batts are available in a variety of lengths, widths, and R-values.
What type of insulation is right for my home or project?
As experts in installing insulation, we’re here to help assist you in evaluating the various options to achieve the best energy saving results for your home. Whether you’re adding insulation to your attic, finishing a basement, building an addition, modifying an under-insulated bonus room or adding acoustic insulation for sound control, we have the right products to meet your needs and stay within your budget.
We recommends removing old insulation is when it has fire damage, water damage or is heavily infested with rodents. In the rare instances where insulation removal is required, we hand-remove the fiberglass rolls, pack them in bags and carefully remove it from your attic. If the attic has blown material, we use a large insulation removal vacuum to remove all the material. The vacuum is usually outside the house and this creates a “negative pressure” in the attic such that air is being drawn up into the attic, this ensures a clean job where little or no debris enters the home.
Most insulation removal is based on rodent infestation. Because there are usually just a few areas affected, we offer “Spot Removal”, which very simply means we remove the insulation and debris around the various areas where the rodents were. We can remove the infested areas and generally add more insulation to bring the entire attic up to R-30 or R-38. It is often through a report of rodent infestation that homeowners discover they don’t have enough attic insulation, to begin with. So we not only help them with the rodent mess but also to save money on their utility bills and keep the house much more comfortable in both summer and winter.
Retrofit insulation is a good way to lower your energy bills and make your home more comfortable is installing retrofit insulation and making sure your home is properly air sealed. Re-insulating your home can make it a lot more energy-efficient and help you save money.
We removed the old insulation from this attic and installed fiberglass rolls
For more information about what kind of energy efficient insulation your home needs, feel free to contact us