Blown-in Attic Insulation

Do you need new insulation in your San Antonio attic? Are your cooling and heating bills getting out of hand? We have solutions for you.

Green Energy of SA installs R-30 blown in attic insulation, an eco friendly alternative to batt attic insulation, as an affordable, environmentally conscious way to save money and insulate your attic.

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What is blown-in attic insulation?

Blown-in insulation comes in bags and is loosely filled blotches of fiberglass that insulates your home. It largely resembles the lumps of cotton found inside pillows. It’s called blown-in insulation because it is most commonly blown into an attic through a special insulation blower, which has a long, wide hose that shoots the insulation through your attic like snow. There are three types of attic insulation options available for your attic: radiant barriers, blown-in insulation, and batt insulation.

Did you know that if your attic isn’t properly insulated you could be throwing away hundreds of dollars every year? Let us check your insulation levels in your attic for FREE!

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Green Energy of SA also offers attic ventilation solutions to make sure the airflow in your home is installed properly.

Our Attic Insulation Service Areas Include: Universal City, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Cibolo, Kerrville, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Schertz, Seguin, Wimberly and more. Contact us today to see if we service your area!

What is insulation R-value?

R-value is determined by installing the number of bags per 1000 square feet to a desired height in inches when the insulation is settled and at a desired weight, determining the density. Green Energy of SA installs R-30 fiberglass blown insulation, which is 10.25 inches tall throughout your attic, with a weight of no less than .436 pounds per square foot. The maximum that one bag can cover for R-30 is no more than 65.4 square feet. Insulation is not sold by the inches, it’s sold by the amount of bags it takes to fill your attic up to the specified (R-30) R-value.

If an attic insulation installer covers your attic with less than the minimum number of bags it needs, your attic will have a lower insulation R-value, which means you won’t get the same energy savings during the hot Texas summers. At Green Energy of SA, we guarantee a quality job, with R-30 insulation properly installed in your attic.

AttiCat Expanding Blown-in Insulation R-30 is a fiberglass insulation that does not absorb moisture, allow mold, and is non-corrosive. Check out detailed information on AttiCat insulation here.

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