When it comes to batt insulation, there are various products in different thicknesses so that a desired R-value can be achieved.
During initial construction of a home and when building an addition or detached building, the common option for insulation is a batt insulation product. At this point, the walls are still open so there is no need to remove drywall in order to insulate the structure. Batt insulation represents the most cost-effective solution as the upfront costs are lower than other types of insulation. At 31-W Insulation, we have been in the insulation industry since 1972, so it is safe to say that we know a lot about the advantages and drawbacks of each kind of insulation. We are a valuable resource for helping you be well-informed about batt insulation and other options so you can decide what is best for you.
We start by learning what your objectives are so that we can make a recommendation that meets your needs. When it comes to batt insulation, there are various products in different thicknesses so that a desired R-value can be achieved. The construction of your home does enter into the equation as you cannot put a thicker batt insulation than what the space will allow because compressed batt insulation is not effective. During a complimentary consultation at your Mason, Tennessee home or new build, we will assess the situation and let you know our recommendation for the insulation product that will give you the R-value you desire, stay within your budget, and meet any other criteria you have in mind.
If you would like to learn more, don’t hesitate to reach out to us to schedule a consultation. We look forward to serving your insulation needs.