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Blown-in Fiberglass

Fiberglass blown-in insulation is one of the most affordable, yet effective ways to add comfortably and energy savings to a home. Here at Fresh Energy we install only premium products that will yield the best results for our customers. Fiberglass blown-in insulation adds energy savings and comfortability to your home.  

Why blown-in fiberglass?

Blown in fiberglass is a preferred product by homeowners and contractors for many reasons. Fiberglass insulation is very clean during the install. It is hypoallergenic, as well as eco-friendly. It does not cause dust or allergies. Fiberglass insulation is rated to never settle over time and is warrantied by Fresh Energy.

How much insulation should I have?

Most homes in the Arizona are under insulated, which leads to higher energy usage and uncomfortable homes. Arizona recommends that every home should be insulated between an R-38(13 inches) and an R-49(17 inches) of insulation.

Is blown-in fiberglass expensive?

Fiberglass insulation is very affordable with a great return on investment. Through energy savings, most homeowners within 3-5 years will see a complete return on the money they spent to purchase the insulation.

Is Fresh Energy qualified to do the install?

Fresh Energy is a licensed contractor through the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. With all licenses, bonds and insurances, Fresh Energy is legally qualified. With more than 10 years of experience, Fresh Energy is able to meet all expectations of each homeowner with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Fresh Energy also has a perfect 5 star rating on HomeAdvisor and Google.

Which fiberglass product should I choose?

Fresh Energy is able to install most Fiberglass brands, but they prefer Owens Corning ProPink L77 Loose-fill insulation. The ProPink L77 has the highest yield of coverage per bag than any other blown-in fiberglass. It is very clean and hypoallergenic which prevents dust and allergies.  

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