Batt insulation is cost-effective and represents one of the lower upfront costs when insulating a property.
Sometimes when new things come along, the old options are cast aside never to be seen or heard of again. Mobile phones have almost completely eliminated landlines, for example. However, in other situations, the old and the new exist because they both have something to offer. That is the case when it comes to insulation. Despite there being options such as spray foam insulation and blown insulation, we still see batt insulation as a viable contender for many applications. At 31-W Insulation, we know that some insulation companies have forgotten all about batt insulation and only offer some of the newer options, but we don’t believe in limiting your choices. There are many reasons why you might want to go with batt insulation, and it could really be the best option for your situation.
For one thing, batt insulation is cost-effective and represents one of the lower upfront costs when insulating a property. It is easy to determine how much to use to get the R-value you are looking to achieve, and it retains its R-value, provided it doesn’t get compressed or damaged. Keep in mind that although batt insulation has been around a long time, it has undergone a few changes. For example, some batt insulation products contain recycled materials now.
There are some drawbacks with batt insulation, so it might not be the best option for you, but you can rest assured that we will go over all the options with you so that you can choose the right one to meet your objectives and fit your budget. Reach out today if you would like to know more about any of our insulation products or services for your Houston, Texas home or business.
Right here in Texas, we also offer batt insulation in Leander, San Antonio, Haslet and Rowlett. 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, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee & Kentucky.