Pros and Cons of Blanket and Batt Insulation
When it comes to insulating your home, there are a variety of different methods for you to choose from. ————( Blanket )
Blanket is generally made with fiberglass, mineral rock, and wool as well as some plastic and natural fiber materials.
Batts and rolls are usually made of fiberglass, mineral wool, plastic fibers and natural fibers, such as cotton or sheep’s wool.
they Use them in unfinished floors, attics and ceilings.
Custom made as per your application and measures, our covers and blankets offer an optimal fit to insure the best possible insulation.
Pros and cons of blanket insulation
Cost-effective and easy-to-install
It reduces noises from the outside, as well as between different rooms and floors inside.
If installed correctly, it is very energy efficient.
Excellent insulation properties
Long service life
Good for insulating accessible spaces such as exposed wall cavities and some attics
cons of blanket insulation
Heat conduction possible through structural elements
Sheep’s wool is a more expensive insulation option
Irritates skin during installation and Installers should protect their skin and wear a face mask.
It is not as durable as other materials – it tends to settle and break down faster, meaning its thermal protection reduces over time.
Ineffective if it becomes wet.
The final word about blanket insulation
if you choose to go with fiberglass blanket, be sure to read the warning labels for installation.
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