Blown-in Insulation

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Adapt Concepts - Your Trusted Provider for Blown-In Insulation Solutions in Lafayette, LA

As experts in providing exceptional heating and cooling solutions, we understand that a well-insulated home is essential for both energy efficiency and unparalleled comfort. We specialize in blown-in insulation, a versatile and effective method to ensure your home stays cozy in the winter and comfortably cool in the summer.

The Power of Blown-In Insulation: Proper insulation is more than just a way to keep your home’s temperature steady. It’s a fundamental factor in reducing energy consumption and lowering utility bills. By creating a thermal barrier that prevents heat from escaping during colder months and seeping in during warmer months, insulation plays a pivotal role in maintaining a consistent and comfortable indoor environment. Furthermore, effective insulation contributes to a reduced carbon footprint, making your home more environmentally friendly.


Nearly 90% of all US homes are under-insulated.


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    Top 5 Benefits of Blown-In Insulation

    Energy Efficiency: Blown-in insulation creates a seamless thermal barrier that prevents heat transfer, keeping your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This means your HVAC system won't have to work as hard, leading to potential energy savings of up to 30% on your utility bills.

    Enhanced Comfort: Say goodbye to drafty rooms and inconsistent temperatures. Blown-in insulation eliminates cold spots and creates a more even indoor climate, ensuring your family’s comfort all year round.

    Sound Absorption: Enjoy a quieter living space as blown-in insulation helps reduce outside noise infiltration, creating a peaceful sanctuary inside your home.

    Environmentally Friendly: Our insulation materials are eco-friendly and sourced responsibly, contributing to a healthier planet while improving your home’s energy efficiency.

    Quick Installation: Our skilled technicians can efficiently install blown-in insulation with minimal disruption to your daily routine. It’s a hassle-free way to upgrade your home’s insulation.

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    Blown-In Fiberglass vs. Batt Fiberglass Insulation

    When it comes to insulating your home, you have options. Two popular choices are blown-in fiberglass and batt fiberglass insulation. In this section, we’ll explore the differences between these two methods to help you make an informed decision about which one best suits your needs.


    Blown-In Fiberglass: Blown-in fiberglass insulation involves the use of specialized equipment to blow loose-fill fiberglass material into the desired areas of your home, such as attics or wall cavities. This process allows for precise and efficient coverage, even in hard-to-reach spaces.  If you are looking to update or "top-off" your existing insulation, this is by far the best option.

    Batt Fiberglass: Batt fiberglass insulation consists of pre-cut, rectangular panels or rolls. It requires manual placement in wall cavities or attic spaces, which can be time-consuming and may result in uneven coverage, especially in areas with obstructions or irregularities.

      2. seemless coverage

      Blown-In Fiberglass: Blown-in insulation excels in providing seamless coverage. The loose-fill fiberglass material conforms to the contours of your space, leaving no gaps or voids. This ensures a uniform thermal barrier that prevents heat transfer effectively.

      Batt Fiberglass: Batt insulation's rigid, pre-cut nature can lead to gaps and spaces between the insulation and the structure. These gaps can compromise the insulation's overall effectiveness, allowing heat to escape in the winter and enter in the summer.

      3. R-value and efficiency

      Blown-In Fiberglass: Blown-in fiberglass insulation typically offers higher R-values per inch compared to batt insulation. R-value represents the insulation's ability to resist heat flow. With blown-in insulation, you can achieve a higher R-value, resulting in better energy efficiency.

      Batt Fiberglass: Batt insulation may have a lower R-value per inch compared to blown-in fiberglass. This means you might need thicker batts to achieve the same level of insulation, which can be impractical in areas with limited space.

      Batt fiberglass insulation has its merits, but blown-in fiberglass insulation offers a more efficient, cost-effective, and hassle-free solution. Its ability to provide seamless coverage, higher R-values, and ease of installation makes it a superior choice for homeowners looking to maximize their insulation’s performance.

      for the DIY-ers

      How to Inspect Your Insulation

      Are you curious about the state of your attic’s insulation? While a professional inspection is the most thorough approach, you can conduct a preliminary check yourself to get an idea of your insulation’s condition. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started.

      1. Safety First:
      • Before you begin, ensure your safety by wearing appropriate gear, including gloves, a dust mask, and safety goggles.
      • Use a sturdy ladder to access your attic. Ensure it’s placed on a level surface and secured to prevent accidents.
        2. Accessing the Attic:
        • Locate the attic access point, which is usually a hatch or pull-down stairs in a hallway or closet ceiling.
        • Open the access point carefully, ensuring it’s secure and won’t fall while you’re inside.
        3. Visual Inspection:
        • Once inside, take a good look around your attic. Use a flashlight if it’s not well-lit.
        • Examine the insulation material between the floor joists. Look for any signs of damage, displacement, or gaps.
        • Pay attention to areas where insulation may be compressed or uneven, which can indicate a need for additional insulation..
        4. Measuring Insulation Depth:
        • To gauge the thickness of your insulation, measure it in several spots using a ruler or tape measure.
        • Insulation depth is typically measured in inches. Adequate insulation levels vary depending on your location and climate, but as a general guideline, most attics should have at least 10 to 14 inches of insulation.
          5. Identifying Problem Areas:
          • As you inspect your attic, make note of any areas that appear to have inadequate insulation or gaps.
          • Focus on areas near vents, ducts, and plumbing, as these are common areas where insulation may be lacking.
          • Keep an eye out for any signs of pest infestations, as pests can damage insulation and reduce its effectiveness.

          While this DIY attic insulation check can provide you with a preliminary assessment, it’s important to remember that some issues may not be visible to the naked eye.  Our expertise and advanced tools can uncover hidden insulation problems and help you achieve maximum energy efficiency and comfort in your home.

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          How Much Blown-In Insulation Should You Have to Maximize Your Energy Efficiency

          Add Insulation to Attic
          Uninsulated Attic
          Existing 3–4 Inches of Insulation
          1R30 to R49R25 to R30R13
          2R30 to R60R25 to R38R13 to R19
          3R30 to R60R25 to R38R19 to R25
          4R38 to R60R38R25 to R30
          5 to 8R49 to R60R38 to R49R25 to R30

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