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Blown-In Insulation Installers in Boise, ID

A technician installing blown-in insulation in an attic.Looking for professional insulation contractors in Boise? You can trust the team at Big City Insulation of Idaho.

We work with builders, contractors and homeowners for new construction and retrofit home insulation projects.

Call 208-488-4962 or contact us online to schedule blown-in insulation installation in Boise.

Blown-In Fiberglass Insulation for Homes

Insulation is an important element in all homes and buildings. It helps keep the cool air in when it’s hot and prevents hot air from escaping when it’s cold. Besides helping keep your energy bills in check, insulation is essential for the comfort of your family, employees or customers.

Blown-in insulation can help:

  • Reduce your utility bills and maximize the energy efficiency of your home or building
  • Make your home or building more comfortable year-round
  • Reduce noises from outside and inside your home or building between rooms and levels
  • Improve the performance of your air conditioner and furnace
  • Protect against air and moisture infiltration (and help eliminate mold growth)
  • Contribute to a healthier home environment

Where Can I Install Blown Insulation?

When there are so many options to choose from, it can be difficult for a home or business owner to choose a type of insulation. Each has pros and cons, and different forms could be appropriate in different situations.

Among all these choices, blown-in insulation is a type of fiberglass insulation suitable for commercial and residential projects.

Fiberglass is available in blown-in form and can be sprayed into many areas or crevices, including:

In new construction projects, blown-in insulation can also be used in an application called BIBs. BIBS (Blow-in Blanket System) installs insulation behind a special fabric to create a seamless blanket that fills voids in walls, including around any electrical protrusions.

Call Big City Insulation of Idaho at 208-488-4962 to speak with our insulation contractors about our blown insulation services. 

Blown-In Fiberglass Insulation for Commercial Businesses & Contractors

Our insulation contractors have experience in commercial and new construction projects. Our professional insulation technicians can install fiberglass insulation in a variety of commercial buildings, including:

Contact us online or call 208-488-4962 to get an estimate on blown-in insulation installation today.

Choose Big City Insulation of Idaho for Blown-In Insulation Installation in Boise, ID

If you’re in Boise or the surrounding areas in Treasure Valley, make Big City Insulation of Idaho your first call. We install blown-in fiberglass for retrofit and new build projects, and our experts use quality materials from top manufacturers in the industry.

Call 208-488-4962 to learn more about our blown-in insulation contractors in Boise.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between blown-in insulation and batt insulation?

Batt insulation comes in pre-cut panels and is one of the most common forms of insulation available. “Blown-in” refers to a method of installation — blown-in insulation is installed with a special blowing device. It comes in loose-fill form and is ideal for irregular and hard-to-reach areas.

Read more about batt vs. blown-in insulation »

Can cellulose insulation be blown in?

Yes. In existing structures, cellulose is often blown into the wall cavity through the wall sheathing. For new construction, cellulose is typically damp-sprayed or installed dry behind netting.

Damp-sprayed cellulose is usually ready for wall covering within 24 hours. Cellulose can also be blown dry into netting installed over building cavities.

The best insulation usually has less to do with the type and more to do with the application. Proper insulation installation completely fills the cavity you’re insulating. Cut-rate contractors may leave voids or gaps in coverage that reduce your insulation’s performance.

Is blown-in insulation safe?

If you’re working in your attic, it’s important to take precautions to protect your eyes, skin, and lungs. Wear goggles to protect your eyes from insulation, not safety glasses, since safety glasses can let dust in.

Wear gloves and a disposable dust mask, too. Fiberglass insulation is made with glass fibers that can irritate the skin.

Services We Provide
Residential Insulation

Our insulation team adds energy efficiency, comfort and value to new and existing homes.

Commercial Insulation

Big City Insulation of Idaho is a leading installer of commercial fiberglass, rigid board and rockwool insulation.

Insulation Removal

Big City Insulation of Idaho provides home insulation removal services.

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