It’s 2020 and many of us are figuring out ways of saving money, right? Well, one of the best ways considered when it comes to saving money is getting our home insulated. Home insulation is a great way of saving money on energy bills, use less energy and more. When it comes to insulation, there are many types. And since it comes in many types, blanket insulation is quite the popular one making it best to be used in old and new homes.

Information on Blanket Insulation Installation – Rolls and batts are the 2 forms blanket insulation comes in. When it comes to batt insulation, this one is known to come in pre-cut panels. The pre-cut panels make it easier to use on objects comprising or precise measurement. On the other hand, roll insulation offers a continuous form that can be cut or even trimmed based on the object’s size. These 2 forms of blanket insulation are made of fiberglass along with minerals such as slag and rock. The floors, pipes, foundation walls, ceilings, wiring is where blanket insulation is installed on. For newer structures, blanket insulation is made to fit in studs, joists and beams. Moreover, this type of insulation is also fitted on areas of the attic especially on commercial structures.

The R-Value – The R-value of blanket insulation is based on its thickness in the region of around R-2.9 to R-3.8 per inches. In order to understand more about the R-value, it is best to ask a professional who installs these types of insulations.

Blanket insulation in Adelaide is becoming more and more popular.