Open Cell Insulation or Closed Cell Insulation?
Which one should I use?
It depends on where a house is located, what the insulation goals are, and of course how big the budget is. Need help deciding? Please, give us a call!
Offers an exceptional air barrier while also providing considerable sound proofing. Open Cell Insulation is extremely cost efficient is most commonly used in the southern United States.
Provides superior thermal performance while enhancing the structural strength of the project by up to 130%. It fills even the smallest cavities for exceptional air tightness and provides the highest R-value available.
Double Reflective Insulation. R-values range from R-3.7 to R-21 depending on application. Additional applications include wall and roof structures in metal and post frame buildings.
Rolls are large blankets of insulation that are made from either fiberglass or cotton. This insulation is installed by cutting the blanket to fit properly between the joists and wall studs on the attic floor.
Blown insulation is accomplished by blowing out chunks of either fiberglass or cellulose from the hose of a blowing machine.
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