Blown In Insulation

Blown In Insulation

For insulating large spaces or filling the floor of your attic with an insulating layer, Blown In Insulation is often the way to go. It’s a quick process: a large industrial blower sprays thousands of strands of fibreglass or cellulose onto the floor of your attic or plastic sheeting on walls or ceilings. This process is environmentally friendly and cellulose can be made from 100% recycled materials.

Spraying the blown-in insulation.

Pushing The Envelope

Your home has areas that you need to be insulated and others, like your garage and attic, that won’t need to be fully insulated. This is your envelope.

What Blown In Insulation is really good at is providing a layer of insulation on the floor of your attic. This means that your envelope is smaller and less heat is required to keep it warm, saving you money. If you don’t have HVAC systems and ducts in your attic this can be a cost-effective (and just plain effective) way to insulate your home or business.

Rhino Spray Systems is part of the Home Improvement Rebate program’s contractor network, meaning that your insulation work is eligible for a rebate of up to $3,500. You can learn more about the program here, but we can guide you through the process of getting your rebate as part of our service to you.