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Blown Insualtion

Blow Insulation Service from American Insulation. All you need to know

Fort Worth – Dallas – Arlington – All North Texas

Insulation comes in many shapes, sizes, and textures. There are so many different kinds that can keep your attic and home protected from the elements, ensuring that your home is as safe as it can be. Each different type of insulation serves its own purpose, requires its own unique installation, and offers its own set of strengths. Knowing which insulation is best for your attic takes knowledge of both your attic and the insulation in question.

Blown Insulation

Before modern innovations, insulation was laid in by hand and was a soft, pink material. Times have changed and insulation has become much more efficient. Not only has installation improved, but insulation now comes in different textures as well. One of the techniques that many are looking to make more common is blown installation.

This is the process of using a blower to perform the installation instead of doing it by hand. This ensures that all of the tough to reach areas are covered with the proper insulation. This makes your attic more efficient.

Blown Insulation

Spray Foam Experts

Should you decide that a spray foam installation is the way to go, there is only one name to think of: American Insulation, LLC. We continue to serve the Arlington, TX area as we have for years.

Our technicians are some of the most experienced and dedicated in the industry, and we believe in the quality of service above all else. Our industry is a crowded one and the only way to truly separate from the rest of the competition is to be better than the rest.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • It ultimately depends on where you are and what your needs are. Here in North Texas, we believe that radiant barrier is a great investment for homeowners.

  • No, it does not. Unlike other insulation materials, fiberglass is smooth with an inorganic surface. This is not conducive for mold or other life growths.

  • This is in reference to the ability to resist heat flow. Insulation with a higher R-value will provide greater insulation and resistance to heat flow. What this means for you is that you’ll have a space with better, more consistent temperature regulation.

  • This is a type of insulation that can be blown into unfinished attics, nonconforming spaces, and other hard-to-reach areas. It’s ideal for these areas because it fills are the nooks and crannies easily.

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