We use two products, cellulose and pro pink fiberglass. We use these products in attics, walls, and floors. The removal of insulation, be it blown in cellulose or fiberglass, is a delicate task because of both the logistics of it and the need to be absolutely thorough.
When insulation is installed into existing walls, first we do what's called a "drill and fill", and then once that's completed, we then do a "patch to match".
When insulating open walls and ceilings we primarily use BATT insulation.
Next to air pollution, one of the biggest problems residents face today is sound pollution. Whether you're suffering from loud gardeners, noisy neighbors, or a dog two houses down that never stops barking, soundproofing can help! There are many ways to soundproof a building or portion of a building, but generally speaking, the way to get the most bang for your buck is by having blown insulation installed in your exterior and interior walls and floors. And while there are many other, more expensive ways in which soundproofing can be attained, proper insulation of your exterior walls will always be the best first line of defense.
Ventilation plays a key role once an attic has been insulated, as the heat and cold are trapped inside with no means of escape. Without it, your insulation would never live up to its full capacity.
Weatherization, though fairly inexpensive, is also a key player when it comes to home insulation. This process seals the leaks, minimizing heat and cold loss, while also allowing you to have full control over the air movement in your home.