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Types of Insulation | Blown-In Insulation Spray Foam Insulation | Rolled Batt Insulation And Radiant Barrier by Barrier Insulation, Inc.



blown in insulation az BLOWN-IN INSULATION-
Loose-fill fiber glass insulation utilizes a professional blowing machine for installation in open spaces to fill hard-to-reach areas like corners, edges and around framing. As a premium alternative to cellulose, it does not settle or decay, and can effectively provide insulation for the life of the home. (learn more)
spray foam insulation az SPRAY FOAM INSULATION-
combined with a foaming agent—can be applied using small spray containers or in larger quantities as a pressure-sprayed (foamed-in-place) product. Both types expand and harden as the mixture cures. They also conform to the shape of the cavity, filling and sealing it thoroughly. (learn more)

rolled bay insulation ROLLED BATT INSULATION-
the most common and widely available type of insulation - comes in the form of batts or rolls. It consists of flexible fibers, most commonly fiberglass. You also can find batts and rolls made from mineral (rock and slag) wool, plastic fibers, and natural fibers, such as cotton and sheep's wool. (learn more)
radiant barrier insulation arizona RADIANT BARRIER-
is a high performance insulation product that saves energy and improves comfort in buildings. Silver Shield has multiple layers of aluminum which separate when installed to form an enclosed airspace. These layers reflect and reduce the emittance of radiant energy by 97%. This reduces heat gain in the summer and loss in the winter.


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