Top Quality Insulation at Low Prices!
For a rough estimate, take the sq. ft of your home & multiply it times the desired thickness you would you like.
Ideally, you want to end up with a minimum thickness of 13”, which is building code.
Most of the time, our customers already have anywhere from 3-6” before we add to it. Therefore most customers will need to add between 7-9 inches.
6 inches= .75 cents
8 inches= .80
10 inches .85
13 inches= .90
So for example, to add 10” to a 2,000 sq ft home would cost $1,700.
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Blown-in insulation for attics has become more popular than the rolled batting insulation over the past few years, and for good reason. Blown-in insulation fills the areas between ceiling joists and existing wall studs, getting those areas that rolled insulation can’t reach. Additionally, as blown-in insulation settles, it seals up gaps and spaces, those sneaky spots that cold air finds its way around. Another advantage to blown-in insulation is wall obstructions like drainpipes, electrical outlet boxes, and other barriers like stability studs
Rolled insulation is probably what you picture when you think about what insulation might look like. It’s basically similar to a carpet in that you can measure it to the size of your attic and then just “roll” it out across the floor. Rolled insulation is commonly used in sidewalls.