Fiberglass And Cellulose Insulation


Fiberglass Insulation

Fiberglass, one of the most widely installed types of insulation, is available as blown-in (loose-fill) or rolls and batts, and it is made of up to 40% recycled materials. An environmentally friendly product that significantly reduces your energy bills – it doesn’t get much better than that!

Fiberglass loose-fill, or blown-in, insulation can be used in many areas of your home and is particularly useful if you need to fill lots of small gaps, leaks and crevices in the attic. Rolls or bans are designed to fit snugly between wall and floor joists in any area of your home. including the attic and any crawlspaces.


  • In addition to being environmentally Inendly, fiberglass insulation is beneficial for a number of reasons. It helps:

  • Increase the energy efficiency of your home or building 

  • Maximize comfort in your home or building, all year long 

  • Improve the performance of your HVAC systems 

  • Improve soundproofing 

  • Contribute to a healthier environment

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation typically consists of tiny fragments of recycled paper and cardboard. These pieces are treated with a flame retardant for safety purposes before they are blown into attics and between wall spaces as a filler. Many homeowners and property owners choose cellulose insulation because it is effective, cost-efficient and eco-conscious. At 5 Star Performance Insulation, Inc., our skilled and experienced contractors provide the following types of cellulose installation:

Attic insulation: Cellulose insulation that is placed in attics helps to regulate temperatures in your home by preventing climate-controlled inside air from escaping outside. This type of insulation can easily be blown into attics and can cover small corners and crevasses creating a successful battier between indoor and outdoor environments

Wall insulation: loose fill cellulose can be blown into walls for immediate insulation results. The denser the cellulose is packed, the more efficient the insulation becomes. Additionally. this variety of insulation has soundproofing qualities that can help reduce the transfer of noises from one room to another.
Blown-in cellulose is unique in that it allows property owners to add insulation into their buildings without needing to tear down or otherwise expose walls. In most cases. installation is a straightforward process that can easily work around wires. plumbing and other inner-wall obstacles.