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These are the most common style of insulation in construction. Batts are designed to slide right into cavities between wood framing. They’re useful for controlling temperatures, acoustics, and lowering energy costs. And they can be installed just about anywhere, from your attic to your floor.
This is a loose fill application in either your attic space or wall cavity. Installation involves the use of a mechanical blower/hopper that churns up the fiberglass material with paddles to loosen it and mix it with air, then blows the fluffy insulation through hoses to wherever it is required.
This system, also known as "BIBS," is utilized by many of our custom home builders. It involves stapling a mesh to the studs and filling with a blow-in fiberglass material. It gives a better thermal efficiency and reduces air infiltration over your traditional batting!
flash & batt
Flash and batt insulation is a method of insulating standard stud walls by combining fiberglass batts with 1 to 2 inches of closed-cell spray foam applied to the interior of the building sheathing. The major advantage to a Flash and Batt is the spray foam acts as an air barrier, stopping air movement through the exterior sheathing ultimately creating an almost air tight seal.
Closed Cell Spray Foam is a low expanding, spray-applied insulation that forms an air seal wherever it is installed and is known to have a high R-Value. Closed cell is commonly used in pole barns, new construction homes, attics, rim joists, and crawl spaces. This insures an almost air tight seal and eliminate drafts.
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