FIBERGLASS INSULATION - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Fiberglass insulation is one of the most common insulation solutions for residential spaces. It is made from thin fibers of glass that come in the form of batts (blankets) for insulating homes and offices. Fiberglass insulation provides thermal resistance which depends on the thickness of the batts used and the R-value. Homeowners install fiberglass insulation to maintain the temperature of their homes all year round so you can be comfortable during harsh weathers. Not only does it offer heat resistance but it also allows you to reduce your carbon footprint and lower your energy bills by maintaining the temperature inside.
Areas Where fiberglass can
Fiberglass insulation can be installed in interior walls, attics, basements, floors and ceilings. The batts are designed to fit in beams, joists and studs in new constructions.
How Does Fiberglass Insulation Work?
Fiberglass batts limit the flow of heat inside your homes by trapping air particles within the fiberglass material. In this way, the flow of air is restricted and your rooms remain cool during the summers and warm in the winters. From amongst different insulation types, fiberglass insulation is less expensive and provides excellent thermal insulation due to its composition.
Fiberglass insulation when correctly installed can maintain its R-value for even 100 years. It can reduce the heat transfer inside homes resulting in low energy bills depending on the thickness of the batts. With fiberglass insulation, you can save up to 40-50% on your energy bills. If you are looking for an affordable insulation option that will help you remain energy efficient, batt insulation is the best option.
How Energy Efficient is Fiberglass Insulation?
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