Fiberglass batt insulation has been around since the late 1930s and is still popular.
With all the types of insulation that have come on the market in recent years, you might have feared that batt insulation was long gone or at least on its way out. The reality is that rolled insulation is quite cost-effective and is still a great choice in new construction before the interior walls have been installed. At 31-W Insulation, we believe in giving our customers the options that make the most sense for their situation, so we continue to offer batt insulation and will be happy to discuss whether this is the right choice for your Oklahoma City, Oklahoma home.
The key to proper batt insulation installation is choosing the right material to get the R-value you want and install it according to manufacturer recommendations. We have built a strong relationship with our nation’s leading batt insulation manufacturers, so we’ve become well-versed on product selection and installation since our inception in 1972. We further control costs for our batt insulation by picking up the materials from them with our own fleet of trucks and distributing them to our 48 locations in 12 states.
If you desire an insulation product that retains its R-value year after year, contains as much as 80% of pre- and post-consumer recycled glass, and is cost-effective, we will most likely recommend batt insulation, provided access to the area allows installation to be done cost effectively. If you already have walls in place and need an insulation retrofit, you may do better with a blow-in insulation product if you don’t want to replace the wallboard.
If you have questions about batt insulation or would like to have your home assessed to determine if it would be a good option for your situation, don’t hesitate to reach out to us to schedule an appointment.
Right here in Oklahoma, we also offer Batt Insulation in Tulsa. 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, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee & Texas.