Blown In Insulation

Loose-Fill Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is a type of wood- or paper-based product. It is used to fill empty spaces in the structural part of a house to slow down the transmission of heat or cold. Cellulose insulation is thick, dense, and clumpy, with a consistency much like down feathers. The chief value of this shape and size is that the insulation can fit in enclosed areas (such as walls) and can conform around obstructions such as wires and ducts (found both in walls and in attics).

Cellulose insulation technically can come from any cellular plant source, such as corncobs or sisal. But commercial cellulose insulations are generally derived from wood, and more specifically from paper: recycled newspapers, cardboard, office paper, and other common waste paper products. For this reason, cellulose insulation is considered an eco-friendly home product.  There are 4 main advantages to using loose-fill insulation:

  1. Loose-fill cellulose insulation can settle around and conform to most of the obstructions found in walls and attics.
  2. Loose-fill cellulose is relatively inexpensive, yet still has an R-value of about 3.5 per inch of thickness, compared to fiberglass’ R-value between R3 to R4 per inch.
  3. When walls are already finished, injecting loose-fill cellulose insulation is one of the few ways of adding insulation. One alternative is to pull down the drywall and use fiberglass batts.
  4. Cellulose insulation stands up reasonably well against insects and vermin because it is treated with borates.

Over 30 Years Insulation Experience

The skilled technicians at Jouny Services guarantee to provide you a 5 star insulation experience.  Our well trained team and industry leading equipment will improve your home or business comfort to a difference you can notice immediately.

Jouny Blown Insulation Services take pride in their work and will provide with an elite insulation experience.  Contact us today to get a free estimate.

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Key Benefits Of New Insulation

Energy performance has become front and center in the minds of homebuyers during recent years. The high cost of energy and parallel increases in utility bills have raised consumer demand for efficiency. Together with increases in building energy-code requirements, homeowners, builders and community developers are more frequently turning to closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (ccSPF) as an insulation and exterior material. The material has a higher R-value per inch than competing products, significantly reduces air and moisture infiltration to the building envelope and provides continuous coverage, thus providing labeled R-value without settling and without R-value degradation after installation—a significant problem with other insulation materials.

✅ Keep unconditioned air from leaking in

✅ Keep conditioned air from leaking out

✅ Prevent drafts from within the structure

Keep heat during the winter

✅ Keep heat out during the summer

✅ Maintain uniform temperature


Foam Insulation

Professional Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam Insulation is a an insulating material and air barrier that seals open walls, attics, crawl spaces, rim joists, and basements against air movement and energy loss.

Blown Insulation

Cellulose insulation can be used in both existing homes and new construction.  It can be blown into attic cavities as loose-fill, dense packed into walls and floors or wet sprayed for new construction.  It helps increase heat retention and has the potential to damped noise.

Blown In Insulation
Insulation Removal Company

Insulation Removal

Make a tough job easy with our help!  If your home has old blown insulation in the attic, removal can be a tedious chore.  Jouny insulation removal can provide a fast insulation removal and even replace it with new blow in insulation.

We can answer your questions and give you a quote over the phone.

We Proudly Use Lapolla Spray Foam Systems

Creating an "air tight" building through the installation of FOAM-LOK insulation, caulking, and weather stripping, is the fastest way to reduce energy consumption, improve indoor air quality, and maintain a comfortable indoor environment. Non-insulated walls can cost homeowners thousands of dollars each year in heating and cooling bills.