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Blow-In Insulation

Residential, Commercial, Office Building blow-in insulation services.

Professional Blow-In
Installation Services

All Type Insulation offers blown in, or blow-in, insulation contractor services in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles and nearby Southern California communities.

Commercial Spray Foam Insulation

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Blow-in Insulation Services

Our Blown-in insulation services offer an efficient and versatile solution for enhancing your home's energy efficiency and thermal performance. Also known as blow-in insulation, this method involves the application of loose, often recycled, insulation material into cavities, attics, or wall spaces using specialized equipment. The insulation material is typically in the form of fibers, such as fiberglass, cellulose, or mineral wool.

Blown-in insulation offers several benefits, including efficient coverage, a quick installation process, and the ability to achieve consistent thermal resistance. It is an ideal choice for improving the insulation of attics, walls, and other enclosed spaces, contributing to energy savings and enhanced comfort. Additionally, the loose-fill nature of blown-in insulation allows it to adapt to irregular spaces, providing effective insulation even in areas with obstacles or complex structures. Overall, blown-in insulation services provide homeowners with a practical and effective means of upgrading their insulation for increased energy efficiency and comfort.

1Fills spaces between wall studs and ceiling joists

Installing insulation in existing homes is not convenient, as existing drywall has to be torn down - a messy, expensive, and time-consuming job. Adding blown-in insulation can be added to attics and walls without the hassle.

2Attic Insulation

Spray foam insulation is a great barrier against noises coming from the outside or other rooms in the house or building.

3Easily Install Into Existing Walls & Ceilings

Completely fill your home's wall cavities with blow-in insulation for a dense installation without removing drywall. Blow in insulation, tiny pieces of material that is literally blown into your walls and ceilings using a long hose to disperse the insulation material. Blown-in insulation might be your solution to keeping your home warm or cool with lower energy bills, without knocking down the walls.

4Options of Materials for Blown-In Insulation

  • Fiberglass: Fiberglass is a popular material for blown-in insulation. It consists of tiny glass fibers and is available in loose-fill form. Fiberglass blown-in insulation is known for its fire resistance, moisture resistance, and effectiveness in reducing heat transfer. It is an excellent choice for attics, walls, and other enclosed spaces.
  • Cellulose: Cellulose blown-in insulation is made from recycled paper or cardboard materials, often post-consumer recycled newsprint. Treated with fire retardants and borate compounds for added resistance to pests and mold, cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly option. It provides effective thermal performance and is suitable for both new construction and retrofitting existing homes.
  • Mineral Wool: Mineral wool, which includes rock wool and slag wool, is another material used for blown-in insulation. It is made from natural rock or blast furnace slag. Mineral wool insulation offers fire resistance, sound absorption, and is resistant to pests and mold. It is a versatile option for various applications, providing excellent thermal properties.
  • Recycled Materials: Some blown-in insulation products utilize recycled materials, contributing to sustainable building practices. These materials can include recycled fiberglass or recycled cellulose. Using recycled content in insulation materials helps reduce the environmental impact associated with manufacturing and disposal.

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During the installation process, insulation professionals use blowing machines to distribute the loose fibers evenly across the designated area. The blown-in insulation conforms to the contours of the space, filling gaps and creating a seamless thermal barrier. This method is particularly advantageous for retrofitting existing homes or reaching areas that are challenging to access with traditional insulation materials.