Try Blown Insulation for Better Energy Efficiency
Having your home be energy efficient is simply a must for today’s economy. One way to accomplish this is by using blown insulation. This type of insulation is designed to prevent pockets of air, thus it reduces the chances of having cool or hot spots in your house. How often have you fought over the thermostat because someone in the house feels too cold or too warm in one room but not another? Such occurrences rise your electric bill and your blood pressure. Try a different path toward efficient energy with this type of insulation provided by B & G Mechanical Air Conditioning and Heating.
What is Blown Insulation?
Blown insulation is the process of blowing even pieces of insulation throughout the walls in your home rather than having it placed. The difference is that the small pieces are better able to fill the space between your drywall and home. Unlike large sheets of insulation, which can slip and create pockets of air, blown options will continually fill up air pockets. This is due the size and nature of the insulation. Even if the blown insulation does slip or shift within the wall, it will naturally fill any pockets. Having quality insulation specialists install the foam will help ensure a good seal for your home.
Blown Insulation Improves Energy Efficiency
Being energy efficient is dependent on how good the insulation in your home is. The blown option offers a wide variety of different types of insulation. All of them designed to better fills the house and reduce the chance of molds and various damages. One such option is fiberglass. This type of insulation is made from glass that is spun or blown into tiny fibers. Using this kind of insulation helps reduce the risk of mildew, mold and fungus. Having a knowledgeable installer work with you will help you decide on what specific type of insulation to get.
A Safer, Longer Lasting Option
In addition to being better at insulating your home, blown insulation can also last longer than regular insulation. This is because the materials used in this alternative are less likely to break down. Materials such as fiberglass, cellulose and foam are all designed to last longer than regular insulation sheets. These options are also safer than older forms of insulation, some which included harmful materials within them. Having a professional install better quality insulation will only benefit your home.
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If you want to help your home run better with quality blown insulation, contact B&G Mechanical Air Conditioning and Heating today and start saving! We offer excellent service. Call today to get started!