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Blown Fiberglass Insulation

Best Choice for Blown Fiberglass Insulation in the Washington, DC Metro Area (including Maryland and Virginia Surrounding Areas)

blown fiberglass insulationFiberglass batting insulation has been around for years, and has proven to be a cost-effective and efficient way to insulate a home. You may be familiar with the rolls of (often) pink insulation – that's fiberglass insulation. New technology now allows for fiberglass insulation to be installed using special blowing equipment.

How Is Blown Fiberglass Installed?

One technician feeds the fiberglass into the machine outside the home. The machine shreds the fiberglass and blows the shreds through a hose. A second technician operates the hose and aims the insulation to where it is needed, making sure to get every nook and cranny so no gaps remain.

Blow Fiberglass Insulation Over Existing Insulation

Blown fiberglass insulation can be installed over your existing insulation, as long as your existing insulation is not wet or moldy. This means less cost and less waste, and an extra layer of fiberglass over your current insulation will keep your attic warmer for longer.

Benefits Of Blown Fiberglass Insulation

  • A very affordable way to improve energy efficiency and reduce utility costs
  • Fast: a typical attic can be done in one day
  • Can often be installed over your current, underperforming, insulation
  • No hazardous fumes or off-gassing
  • No maintenance, long-lasting, "once and done" solution that will save you thousands of dollars on your utility bills for years to come

Air Sealing + Insulation

No matter what kind if insulation you use, it won't stop energy being lost through air leaks. Air sealing should always be done before insulation to ensure that energy isn't lost through gaps and cracks in the attic.

We Know Insulation

Our technicians are experts in finding and sealing air leaks in your attic. Using spray foam, caulk and other sealing products, they will fill all the gaps, cracks and other air leaks before adding in the insulation to finish the job.

Green Collar Crew specializes in air sealing and insulation, and can provide you with a quote to seal and insulate your attic with blown fiberglass insulation. You deserve a comfortable home at an affordable price, and we can help provide that. Contact us today to speak to our sealing and insulating experts in Virginia and Maryland, in the Washington, DC Metro Area.

Start With an Energy Inspection

Having proper insulation can help increase your comfort, save energy, and improve your home's safety and durability. But the first step is to schedule an energy inspection to find out exactly what home improvement work is recommended for your home. Our energy experts serve the Washington DC, Metro Area, including the Maryland and Virginia surrounding areas.

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We found out that our house really has no energy problems. We wanted to thank the Home Energy Team auditor for peace of mind.
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I was very satisfied with your energy auditor. He was very qualified and spent a great deal of time with me. The energy audit was very informative.

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A. M.

My energy audit was very helpful. Joe Dempsey, your auditor, identified some structural problems that I was not aware of and explained to me why I need more insulation.
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The auditor was EXCELLENT! He spent ALOT of time with me. I am going to take 3 to 4 of his suggestions and correct these small items to save on my energy bills.
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The energy auditor was very professional and I am very satisfied with both the energy audit and the report I received. I will be referring the Home Energy Team Affiliates.
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I was very satisfied with the auditor. He was great and gave me some very valuable information. I will refer him to people I know who may need a home energy audit.
Willie Gantt

Your home energy audit proved to be very informative and helpful. I was not aware of the updraft created inside our walls because of the balloon framing construction. You said that that can cause heat to be pulled out of the house with the draft going up inside the walls and should be re-mediated. You also said that the attic insulation was insufficient and that fiberglass batts can leave spaces for around the edges causing heat loss and that it should have blown in insulation on top of what was there to seal the whole attic and increase the R factor. Thank You for all your advice and expertise. You made me aware of things I should consider and did the upgrades. I can already see the difference on my utility bills!
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