If you need a batt insulation company serving the south and central areas of Wisconsin, Alpine Insulation is the company to call. We work with homeowners, builders and contractors to install fiberglass batt insulation in both new and existing homes.
Contact us if you’re ready to begin your insulation project, or keep reading to learn more about fiberglass batts!
Batt insulation comes in pre-cut panels and is typically made of fiberglass. It’s one of the most common forms of insulation available. Batts can be installed in various areas, such as the attic and walls. This material works well in both new construction and retrofit projects.
Batt insulation can help:
Our team uses fiberglass batts for retrofit (re-insulation) and new construction projects. We have experience with both commercial and residential projects and can install batt insulation in walls, attics, crawl spaces and basements.
When it comes to deciding which type of fiberglass insulation to install in their home, homeowners are often confused as to the differences between the batt and blown-in methods of installation. Although they are similar, each type has scenarios in which it’s more suitable.
Blown-in, or loose-fill, insulation uses a machine that literally “blows” the insulation into the designated area, covering and filling it with the appropriate amount. This method of installation makes it ideal for filling irregularly shaped crevices or spaces with low ceilings.
As stated before, batt insulation is installed in blanket form, so it’s more suited for large areas that can be quickly insulated with pre-cut panels.
If you are researching types of insulation and can’t decide if batt or blown-in would be best for your project, contact the professionals at Alpine Insulation today. Our years of experience handling both forms of fiberglass insulation will help us make the right call for your home.
No matter your insulation needs, Alpine Insulation has you covered! We have experience installing batts in existing homes and new homes being constructed throughout Wisconsin, and our professionals use quality fiberglass insulation from the industry’s leading manufacturers.
Contact us today to learn more about our insulation services or if you’re ready to start your project!