Fiberglass insulation – proven energy efficiency, reduced utility costs, and increased comfort of living with care for the environment

Fiberglass, consisting of thin glass threads, is an insulating material found
in most homes. It is usually produced in two different forms:
✔ pre-cut felts and rolls;
✔ blown-bulk (loose) substance.
Fiberglass insulation is made of plastic reinforced with tiny glass fibers.
Glass fiber is obtained when fibers are spun from molten glass, covering it
with a liquid binder. The binder is not used in the production of bulk
insulation.
Glass fiber as an insulator slows down the spread of heat, cold, and sound
in structures but does not stop these processes completely. It makes the
rooms ventilated, and the accommodation becomes more comfortable.

Where is fiberglass insulation used?

Glass wool is most often used as a heat and sound insulation material
indoors since it quickly loses its insulating properties when in contact with
moisture. Fiberglass insulation is used under pitched roofs, wooden floors,
and on interior walls. It is an excellent option for residential and
commercial projects.
Do you want to insulate the roof, floor, or walls with fiberglass insulation?
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installation. It’s absolutely free and doesn’t bind to anything.

Competitive price, a combination of several environmental characteristics, or all about the advantages of fiberglass insulation

Why is this type of insulation so popular? Let’s find it out.

1. Cost-effectiveness

One of the key advantages of this type of insulation is its cost. Fiberglass
has a lower price than many other types of insulation materials. Besides,
according to the identical characteristics of R-Value (thermal resistance),
fiberglass is the most economical option compared to insulation systems
made of cellulose or sprayed foam.

2. High thermal performance and energy efficiency.

Fiberglass insulation helps make buildings thermally efficient by better
maintaining the desired temperature of enclosed spaces, regardless of
whether they are heated or cooled.
The thermal performance of fiberglass reduces utility costs for building
owners, saves non-renewable fuel sources, and provides a comfortable air
temperature for residents.

3. Fire Resistance

Fiberglass insulation made from sand and recycled glass is non-flammable
and remains so throughout its service life. It does not require additional
flame retardant chemical treatment. Many building codes also recognize
fiberglass insulation as an acceptable means of fire protection in wood and
steel-framed wall structures.

4. Acoustic control

Fiberglass is a natural sound-absorbing material that significantly reduces
sound transmission in walls, ceilings, floors, heating, ventilation, and air
conditioning systems.

5. Secondary raw materials

Recycled glass containers are used in the manufacture of fiberglass. This
fact reduces the area required for waste disposal by 80%. The other main
ingredient of fiberglass insulation, quartz sand, is a rich natural renewable
resource, limiting the environmental impact of the manufacturing process.

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Fiberglass insulation compared to other types of insulation

Type Field of use Installation methods Advantages
Concrete block insulation Unfinished walls, including foundation walls; new construction, or major repairs. Special skills are required for installation. Insulating concrete blocks are sometimes laid without mortar (dry method) with surface bonding. The insulation filling increases the R-value of the wall. Stone blocks made of autoclaved aerated concrete and cellular concrete have 10 times greater insulation capacity than conventional concrete.
Bulk fiberglass insulation Unfinished attic floors, interior walls, floors, roofs. The glass fiber is blown/poured into the required place with the help of special equipment It is especially useful for adding insulation to already prepared areas of irregular shape and around obstacles.
Spray foam Walls, open cavities inside new walls, unfinished attic floors It is applied from small spray containers or in large quantities as a product sprayed under pressure. It is suitable for adding insulation to pre-made areas, irregular shaped areas, and around obstacles.

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