Expert Fiberglass Insulation Contractors in Savannah, GA

Our business has achieved its longevity by listening to our customers’ needs and building trust in our relationships with them. From initial contact to the finished project, IBP Savannah strives to provide our coastal Georgia and Hilton Head area customers with peace of mind and confidence in our work. That’s why we offer top-quality fiberglass insulation and expert installation services with the highest level of professionalism.

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Benefits of Fiberglass Insulation for Savannah Homes & Buildings

Fiberglass insulation has long been a favorite of homeowners, contractors and commercial builders, and it can be used in conjunction with other layers of moisture protection or added insulation barriers.

  • Budget-friendly
  • Fire-resistant
  • Reduces noise pollution
  • Easy to install
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Protects your home’s air quality
  • Prevents moisture damage to your home’s frame

Looking for professional fiberglass insulation installation near Savannah, Georgia? Contact IBP Savannah today!

Blown-In and Batt Fiberglass Insulation in Coastal Georgia

The scope of your residential or commercial project will determine which form of fiberglass insulation is best for your space and budget. Understanding the fiberglass insulation options available to you is important when making an informed decision about which insulation suits your needs.

Fiberglass insulation is the smart choice for homes as well as commercial and industrial buildings because it can make your living spaces and workplaces more comfortable and energy-efficient.

As the name suggests, fiberglass is made of tiny glass fibers. You have probably seen fiberglass insulation in a hardware store or your own home. It has a cotton candy-like appearance (and is often pink) but doesn’t feel like it. We would not recommend you touch it ― at least not with bare hands!

Blown-In Fiberglass Insulation

Installer blowing fiberglass insulation into atticA blown-in blanket insulation system (BIBS) comprises fiberglass blown-in wool specifically manufactured for use with this installation method. Blown-in fiber insulation creates a tight fill around pipes and other irregular features to provide a high R-value and thermal protection in an easy, effective manner. R-value is the capacity of an insulating material’s resistance to heat flow.

Blown-in fiberglass insulation is used in Savannah-area residential homes and commercial buildings for its high density and savings on energy costs. IBP Savannah carries brands of fiberglass BIBS insulation made with 20–30% recycled glass, making it an eco-friendly insulation option.

This insulation can be sprayed into many areas or crevices of your home, from the attic to the walls. In new construction projects, BIBS installs behind a special fabric to create a seamless blanket that fills voids in walls, including around any electrical protrusions.

Batt Fiberglass Insulation

installing fiberglass batt insulation in atticBatt fiberglass insulation is one of the most common and cost-effective insulation options and has been used for decades to insulate new homes and additions. It comes in lightweight, easy-to-use rolls in various thicknesses and lengths, and can be installed quickly and affordably by the professionals at IBP Savannah.

Batt fiberglass insulation comes with or without facing, which must be placed according to the manufacturer’s specifications to resist water vapor transfer. Both have an R-value from R-2.9 up to R-4.3 per inch.

Panels of fiberglass insulation, also known as “batts,” are perfect for insulating unfinished walls, floors and ceilings. Batt insulation is very flexible, allowing for easier installation between studs, rafters and joint blocks.

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How Does Fiberglass Insulation Work?

Installer blowing fiberglass insulation into atticThe manufacturing process of fiberglass insulation provides resistance to heat flow. First, a mixture is prepared with the right amount of raw ingredients and melted at a temperature of 2,500 degrees F.

The molten glass flows from the furnace into a cylindrical container with small holes. As the container spins, glass flows out of the holes. An air blast separates the filaments into short strands, which fall onto a conveyor belt and intertwine into a soft batt of fiberglass insulation.

The fiberglass fibers trap pockets of air, slowing the movement of heat through them. When installed in a home or commercial building, fiberglass helps keep conditioned air inside and decreases heating and cooling costs as a result. Fiberglass insulation is used primarily for thermal and acoustical purposes in wall cavities, attics and other critical open spaces in building assemblies. One of its key advantages is value.

According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), fiberglass insulates and slows the spread of heat, cold and sound in structures by trapping pockets of air, keeping rooms warm in the winter and cooler in the summer.

Fiberglass insulation can be installed anywhere in your home or commercial building, including as:

With increased attention to energy conservation, fiberglass insulation has become popular and recognized as one of the most significant solutions for the energy efficiency of your furnace and air conditioner. It can help you save on your energy bills and make your home or commercial building more comfortable all year long.

Contact our insulation contractors now to schedule a FREE consultation for your fiberglass insulation!

Professional Fiberglass Installers in Savannah & Hilton Head

We often see fiberglass insulation improperly installed in many homes. Insulation must be installed properly for maximum benefit, which is why it’s wise to have our experienced technicians install your new insulation. It ensures your safety and gets the job done correctly the first time with the proper tools close at hand.

Our professional installers will use proper PPE when handling fiberglass insulation, including gloves, skin covers, and mouth and nose coverings. With our expert installation team, you can ensure that proper precautions are followed when installing, removing and handling fiberglass insulation.

Why Choose IBP Savannah?

With every job, we aim to build trust with our customers by delivering consistent, high-quality products and services.

As part of the Installed Building Products Family of Companies, IBP Savannah draws on the expertise of a leader in the home services industry with over 135 locations throughout the United States. Our promise to you is to provide quality products and installation services on time and on budget, every time.

We’ll work with you to find the best insulation solution that fits your needs and budget.

Ready for a higher-performing insulation solution? Contact us online for a free consultation or to request a bid for your new residential or commercial project in the Savannah and Lowcountry area.

Call (704) 302-4782 to learn more today.

Fiberglass Insulation

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