Expert Blown-in Insulation Company Serving Northern NJ

    Why homeowners choose us:
    • Experience with all types of blown insulation
    • Meticulous air-sealing prep work
    • Free estimate and fast installation
    • Fully trained and certified installers

    Blown-in insulation is also referred to as “blow-in” or “blown” insulation. It doesn’t matter which term you use. What DOES matter is the improved energy performance that blown insulation makes possible in any unfinished attic.

    According to the U.S. Dept. of Energy, most attics aren’t adequately insulated. A typical home is likely to have less than R-20 attic insulation. But throughout most northern states, the DOE recommends that attics in be insulated to R-49 or more.

    Contact your local insulation experts at Pipe Works Services today to schedule a free estimate and consultation on the best insulation for your needs. We offer our services in New Jersey throughout Chatham, Madison, Summit, Union, Short Hills, Basking Ridge, Florham Park, Millburn, Clifton, Somerset, and all surrounding cities and towns.

    Blow-in insulation is cost-effective

    The combination of too little insulation and too much air leakage can waste a great deal of energy. That’s why home performance experts recommend that air-sealing improvements be combined with insulation upgrades.

    When attic air sealing is combined with an attic insulation upgrade, it’s possible to reduce heating and cooling costs by as much as 40 percent.

    Wouldn’t you be interested in cutting your “comfort” costs nearly in half?

    Blow-in insulation is cost-effective

    If you have an unfinished attic, you’ll be surprised at how affordable it is to seal air leaks between your living space and the attic and upgrade attic insulation by having blown insulation installed. Both energy-saving upgrades can usually be completed in a single day.

    Fiberglass and cellulose are blown insulation materials

    Some insulation contractors install blown fiberglass insulation, some install cellulose, and some can install both types of blown insulation. Blown fiberglass and blown cellulose are both “fluffy” insulation materials with similar R-values.

    The installation method for blown fiberglass and blown cellulose is identical. A shredding and blowing machine located outside the house forces the blown insulation through a long, flexible hose that extends into the attic, where a technician directs the flow.

    Fiberglass and cellulose are blown insulation materials

    Blown fiberglass and blown cellulose insulation can be installed directly over existing attic insulation, providing that this older insulation is in good condition.

    If you haven’t yet made this energy-saving investment, it’s worth doing. Once it’s complete, there’s no maintenance to worry about. An insulation upgrade is a once-and-done improvement you’ll enjoy for as long as you own your house.

    Get an estimate to install blown-in insulation in your attic

    We proudly offer a home energy audit to properly evaluate what areas in your home are the source of your comfort or energy problems. Once identified, we will provide the best solutions.

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    Need attic insulation? We offer free estimates for attic insulation and the use of blown insulation in Madison, Chatham, Summit, Short Hills, Union, Florham Park, Basking Ridge, Clifton, Somerset, Millburn, and all surrounding cities and towns. Contact us today!