High quality blown-in insulation for all home and businesses needs.
As insulation specialists, Van Island Insulation can advise customers on the best type of insulation, when, and the rationale behind doing so.
We know that blowing insulation in Victoria, British Columbia requires the most qualified contractor to be considered when looking for blown-in insulation, we should be your first choice.
As long as the customer’s requirements and financial constraints are satisfied, they will have achieved their goal of providing a cost-effective solution that tackles insulation difficulties and gives long-term benefits.
Reduces heat loss via the roof, saving energy to keep the home pleasant. This reduces energy expenses and boosts efficiency.
Increased Home Value
Well-insulated homes offer lower energy bills, which attract purchasers and increase their value.
Blown-in insulation for the attic may make the home more pleasant, especially in winter.
Gaps and cracks covered
Loose-fill insulation seals nooks and crannies that other insulation misses, minimizing air infiltration.
Cellulose and Fiberglass Blown-In Insulation
Cellulose and fiberglass are the two kinds of blown insulation used most frequently. Both choices can meet the requisite R-value and are appropriate for roofing, attic, and occasionally internal wall material.
Although cellulose and fiberglass have comparable insulating properties, the insulation value of cellulose may decrease with time due to settling. If interested, spray foam insulation may be another consideration.
In contrast, the manufacturers of fiberglass products say their product does not settle.
No matter which option you pick, how both items react to various climatic situations is determined by the characteristics that are unique to each of them.
Blown-In Insulation Benefits
This makes it an excellent choice for insulating attic spaces. The blown-in method enables full coverage, even in challenging areas such as corners, ceiling beams, wall and attic cavities, and plumbing and piping.
Ultimately it results in a building envelope that is truly insulated, which manages heat and cooling, reduces sound and contributes to the overall quality of the inside environment.
Frequently Asked Questions for Attic Insulation
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If you do not insulate your attic, you risk losing heat through the roof, which can cause your energy costs to be higher and make a living in your house less comfortable. In addition, if your attic does not have adequate insulation, moisture can seep into the space, resulting in mold, mildew, and other types of damage caused by water. This can not only hurt the general health of your property, but it can also lower its value.