Fiberglass blown-in insulation is a type of thermal insulation material that is commonly used to increase the energy efficiency and comfort of buildings. Here's a description of it: Fiberglass blown-in insulation is made from tiny glass fibers, often recycled glass, that are processed into a fluffy, loose-fill material. It is typically installed using specialized equipment that blows the insulation into wall cavities, attics, or other spaces. Once in place, it forms a thermal barrier that helps to reduce heat transfer, keeping buildings warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Key advantages of fiberglass blown-in insulation include its excellent thermal resistance, fire resistance (due to the nature of glass), and resistance to moisture, mold, and pests. It doesn't settle over time, which means it maintains its insulating properties well. However, it's important to note that fiberglass insulation can be irritating to the skin, eyes, and respiratory system during installation, so proper protective gear should be used. Fiberglass blown-in insulation is a popular choice for both new construction and retrofitting existing structures because of its effectiveness in improving energy efficiency and providing thermal comfort.
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