Looking for a versatile insulation material? Go with fiberglass!
Insulation materials all come with their own properties and benefits. Fiberglass insulation is a popular insulation material for a couple reasons. For one, fiberglass insulation comes in different densities, which can be used in different contexts. Denser fiberglass can be used in places where there are fewer cavities or otherwise less space while less dense fiberglass can be used in other areas. Additionally, fiberglass can be used for various different insulation methods. For example, fiberglass insulation can come in batt form like what people normally think of when they think of insulation, but it can also come as loose-fill insulation, which comes in handy when trying to insulate more confined spaces.
Other benefits of fiberglass come from its composition. Fiberglass insulation is created from molten glass, which then gets shaped into thin fibers. Because of this composition, fiberglass insulation is not a fire hazard because it doesn’t burn easily. It also typically resists mold and mildew.
Here at 31-W Insulation, we have expertise in a variety of different insulation techniques and materials, including fiberglass insulation. We understand the nuances behind how each material and technique can best serve your insulation needs and can talk to you about different options available to you and answer any questions you have. We also have been in business since 1972, so we have the experience to back up our knowledge. If you would like to know more about fiberglass insulation and how it could benefit your Chattanooga, Tennessee home or property, reach out to us today and we can help get your insulation needs met.
Right here in Tennessee, we also offer Fiberglass Insulation in Goodlettsville, Franklin, Johnson City, Loudon, Murfreesboro, Milan, Mason, Cookeville and Memphis. 31-W is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina & Texas.