Blown Attic Insulation

Attic insulation is a critical part of home energy efficiency. Installing premium loose fill insulation is one of the most cost effective and energy conserving measures you can take for your home.

When you consider blown-in attic insulation pros and cons, the pros far outweigh the cons. We offer both loose fill fiberglass and cellulose for blown-in attic insulation installation.

The Benefits of Blown-In Attic Insulation

Blown fiberglass insulation from Perfection Supply is:

  • Formaldehyde-free.
  • Easy to install, it fits in attics of all shapes and sizes without cutting or fitting.
  • Effective for insulating tight spaces.
  • Effective in providing resistance to heat transfer.
  • Made with stable bonded glass fibers so it will not settle, sag or break down.
  • Effective in reducing sound transmission through ceiling assemblies.
  • Made of resilient inorganic glass which means no rotting, mildew or deterioration and it will not corrode pipes and wires.

While our blown-in cellulose insulation is also:

  • Ideal for insulating older homes and adding R-value over existing insulation.
  • Made from recycled paper products and treated with a fire retardant.
  • Has the lowest carbon footprint of all insulation types.
  • Resistant to mold growth.
  • Ideal for sound reduction of up to 60%.
Blown-in insulation in an attic.
Worker installing blown-in insulation in an attic.

Insulation Experience You Can Count on Since 1979

Perfection Supply has decades of experience installing blown attic insulation and offering evaluation services around Houston. Contact us today to discuss insulating a new home or adding blown fiberglass or cellulose insulation to your existing attic.

Blown-In Attic Insulation FAQs

Consider factors like cost, R-value, fire resistance, and environmental impact to help you decide which insulation is best for your home. Evaluate cellulose for eco-friendliness and fire resistance, while fiberglass offers affordability and moisture resistance.

In Houston, aim for attic blown insulation with an R-value of 38-49 for optimal energy efficiency. Consult local building codes and climate specifics for precise recommendations based on your home’s characteristics.

While you can install attic insulation yourself, it’s always wisest to trust the job to professional blown in attic insulation contractors to ensure proper installation for maximum insulation effectiveness and energy efficiency.

The attic blown insulation cost can vary based on factors like material, area size, and labor.

Our professional team always takes the utmost safety precautions when installing blown-in attic insulation. We wear protective gear, including a mask, goggles, and coveralls, to prevent inhalation and skin contact. We also ensure proper ventilation and follow safety guidelines for the chosen insulation material.

Regularly inspect your insulation for damage, pests, or moisture. Be sure to address any issues promptly, maintain adequate ventilation in your attic, and monitor insulation levels over time for optimal performance.

Some signs would be increased energy bills, uneven indoor temperatures, drafts, or visible signs of damage, like mold or pests.

Yes! Check out our insulation tax credits page to see what tax credits and rebates you may qualify for.