Blown-In Insulation Services
Quick and Easy Energy Savings
ProMag Energy Group offers blown-in insulation using safe, fire retardant and energy efficient material in addition to our HVAC Services.
Blown-in insulation is one of the best options for insulating your home or business. This is due to the tighter fit and ability to compact in those hard to reach spots that other methods of insulation, like blown in cellulose, won’t reach. That dramatic reduction in the amount of air flow results in a very high temperature retention of our material making it the best choice when looking for an energy efficient alternative to other forms of blown in insulation. We choose Pink Panther Propink l77 blown in insulation for it’s ability to form highly dense networks of thermal reservoirs. This makes the thermal performance of this material far superior to other forms of cellouse Insulation. This material is very versatile and has been designed to be used in a variety of applications such as flooring, attics, cathedral ceilings and walls.
You Need More Attic Blown-In Insulation | Most Homes Have Too Little
There are many homes in Florida that do not have enough insulation to resist Florida’s extreme temperatures. What this means to the homeowner is a home that is inadequately insulated and one that has dramatic losses in energy efficiency. Much of the existing homes in Florida today do not have the same level of insulation as homes that are currently being constructed. This is resulted in much research that has taken place in the last decade which has shown the insulation levels need to be far higher they were previously thought. In fact insulation is so important that even in the absence of your HVAC system, your insulation may still be able to maintain the climate of your home. We referred to this in the HVAC industry as infiltration and it can mean the difference between a smaller more efficient system are larger more power consuming system. There are several types of insulation that are available, but one stands out among the rest. This is referred to as blown-in insulation. Blown-in insulation can be highly efficient for your air conditioning and heating system. For starters is nearly indestructible to natural forces that usually tear down average insulation; just one hole in your insulation could mean a big difference in efficiency.
Standard fiberglass insulation can fall apart very easily and does not create an efficient environment for your air conditioning and heating system to work properly. The end result is you paying more on your HVAC energy needs. With blown in insulation this is not the case. Blown-in insulation is installed just like it sounds, it is literally blown and austere walls and your roof in your attic, and then hardens like a concrete. It is solid, unlike conventional insulation which is lose. Because of its higher density it is highly effective at conserving your air conditioning and heating systems efforts.