The experts at The Hayes Company can expertly install fiberglass insulation for homeowners in Kansas City, MO and Nashville, TN as well as the surrounding areas. Insulation is a mostly hidden element in every home but has a big impact. It significantly affects energy efficiency and temperature levels as well as other comforts. Our team has decades of experience perfecting insulation installation, and we are proud to provide a variety of insulation services. Among them is fiberglass insulation installation, helping to limit heat transfer at an affordable price. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate. If you are unsure about your house’s energy efficiency and would like a professional opinion, ask about our energy audit services.
Fiberglass Insulation is Common in Residential Properties
Fiberglass is a common material used for a variety of insulation applications. It effectively reduces heat transfer in residential properties as well as other structures. Heat migrates toward cooler areas, so it will attempt to escape your home in the winter and enter it during the summer. Fiberglass insulation provides a thermal barrier, helping your heating and air conditioning system keep your home at a comfortable temperature without overuse regardless of the weather.
We Offer Different Styles of Fiberglass Insulation
There are multiple fiberglass insulation styles from which to choose. Our knowledgeable insulation team can help determine what is right for your project. We will consider the R-value — a rating used to highlight a product’s resistance to heat flow — you may need, your home’s setup, and where it is necessary to install insulation. Types of fiberglass insulation include:
- Batt insulation – This form of fiberglass insulation is known as a batt. Manufacturers produce batts in different colors, most notably pink, white, green, and yellow. It is also available in a range of standard precut lengths and widths. Faced batts have foil or paper backing while unfaced batts do not have backing.
- Blown-in insulation – We can blow fiberglass insulation into your walls, attics, ceilings, and more. This loose fill provides an added barrier of protection that minimizes heat transfer and any moisture passage. Also known as loose-fill insulation, this can also be dense packed into closed spaces such as walls.