With Expert Insulation Greeley, we can take care of your insulation projects by fitting your unfinished building with our fiberglass insulation solutions. All you need to do is fill out our enquiry form and we will gladly call you back to book a consultation. During the consultation process, we will explore all the insulation options you have and decide if fiberglass is the best possible solution for your requirements. To gain a better understanding of fiberglass and where best to apply it take a look down below. We offer a detailed discussion on what it is, how it works and how effective fiberglass is at cutting your energy costs.
Fiberglass insulation defined.
This type of insulation is made of extremely fine glass fibers and is commonly used in two different insulation forms known as blanket and loose fill. These types can be installed in the following areas of your building whether commercial or residential; unfinished walls, floors and ceilings. With an emphasis on unfinished which means you should approach us for your insulation needs whilst you are busy building your home or business property. We will arrive on scene and quickly fit fiberglass between studs, joists and beams. Leaving no space untouched or not assessed. We can offer our clients medium and high density fiberglass - whichever is best for your energy saving needs.
How does it work?
Basically fiberglass is an insulator that slows the spread of cold, heat and sound in structures. How does it manage to fulfil such versatile functions? Expert Insulation Greeley can explain why. The insulator achieves these results by trapping pockets of air. We are not the only ones who believe this fact. Actually, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors agree - this insulator traps air pockets keeping rooms warm during the winter months and cool during the warmer months. Just imagine how cosy and comfortable your living or working spaces will be if you opt for one of our fiberglass insulation services.
Pros & Cons.
We always tell our clients that any insulation product comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. So before you decide if fiberglass is the best product for you - read over our analysis and if you are still uncertain, one of our friendly in-house staff members will gladly assist you in making the best possible insulation decision. If poorly installed, fiberglass insulation can release harmful particles that can be inhaled - this is why you need an expert and licensed professional that can guarantee your safety. And of course cost always counts. Fiberglass is relatively inexpensive to install.
How does it affect energy costs?
We will give it a medium rating - our expert technicians have worked on thousands of insulation projects and through the years we have seen what works and what doesn’t work. Fiberglass is more on the traditional side of the spectrum - it is heat resistant, if heat is transferred through conduction. Meaning it poorly protects against air flow. Maybe or statement is a bit harsh. We can confidently say that other insulation materials can give fiberglass a run for its money when it comes to saving on energy and overall comfort of the spaces found in your office or home.