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High Density Fiberglass Insulation

Why Our Fiberglass Insulation Is Different

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Specialize in Fiberglass insulation install

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High Density Fiberglass Insulation and R-Value

For high density Fiberglass insulation, each manufacturer must determine the R-value of its product at settled density and create coverage charts showing the minimum settled thickness, minimum weight per square foot, and coverage area per bag for various total R-values. R-value refers to the insulation’s ability to resist heat flow. The greater the R-value the greater the insulating performance. R-value requirements are different based on your location. Colder climates will typically require a higher R-value for even greater thermal resistance.

This is because as the installed thickness of loose-fill insulation increases, its settled density also increases due to compression of the insulation under its own weight.  Thus, the R-value of loose-fill insulation does not change proportionately with thickness. The manufacturers’ coverage charts specify the bags of insulation needed per square foot of coverage area; the maximum coverage area for one bag of insulation; the minimum weight per square foot of the installed insulation; and the initial and settled thickness of the installed insulation needed to achieve a particular R-value.

High Density Fiberglass Insulation

Our Proven Process

  • Attic Inspection or Energy Audit

  • Identify problem areas 

  • Air Sealing and Can light covers

  • Duct work, sealing and encapsulation

  • Increasing Cellulose, Fiberglass  or adding Spray foam insulation. 

  • Increase R-value to R38-R49.

Why Our Fiberglass Insulation

If your home lacks the proper insulation, the effects will be seen in your utility bills. The attic is responsible for contributing 50% of a home’s temperature changes, be it through insufficient insulation, poor ventilation, or draft leaks. Since heating and cooling your home can often be the biggest utility cost, attic insulation is extremely important to regulate temperatures inside. Comfort and savings can be greatly improved with our professional services. 

Fiberglass loose-fill insulation blows fast and will fill all gaps and voids in attic spaces. High density fiberglass insulation can help reduce sound transmission when installed properly and save on your homes heating and cooling bills. Fiberglass insulation provides thermal resistance for steady temperature control. One of the best benefits of Fiberglass insulation is it's non-combustible, non corrosive and will not settle, rot or deteriorate over time. 

6 Advantages of High Density Fiberglass Insulation

  1. Flexibility 

  2. Energy Efficient 

  3. Fire Retardant 

  4. Noise canceling

  5. Eco-Friendly

  6. 40% recycled Materials

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Do I have Enough Blown Attic Insulation? 

The attic is the easiest place to add insulation to improve your comfort and the energy efficiency of your home. No matter what kind of insulation you currently have in your attic, one quick way to determine if you need more is to look across the span of your attic. If your insulation is just level with or below attic trussing you should add more. It is important that the insulation be evenly distributed with no low spots. Sometimes there is enough insulation in the middle of the attic and very little along the eaves. If you do not want to go into your attic feel free to give us a call for a free estimate. Our estimators are trained, experience and will give you honest feedback on the condition of your attic insulation.


Insulation levels are specified by R-Value. R-Value is a measure of insulation's ability to resist heat flow. The higher the R-Value, the better the thermal performance of the insulation. The recommended level for most attics is to insulate to R-38-R-60 or about 10 to 16 inches, depending on insulation type and the climate you live in.

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Fiberglass Key Benefits

  • Boosted Re-sale Value 

  • Designed to Last 

  • Save Money 

  • Sound Control

  • Thermo Performance

  • Year- Round Comfort 

More Benefits of Fiberglass

  • Will Not Settle or Rot

  • Made of Recycled Content

  • Thermal & Acoustic Performance

  • Non-corrosive & Non Combustible

  • Protection mold growth

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