Fiberglass - Batt & Blown-In Insulation


  • Made primarily from sand, one of the world’s most abundant resources
  • Lower embodied energy than traditional batts
  • Rapidly renewable binder eliminates non-renewable petroleum-based chemicals
  • Contains no phenol, formaldehyde, acrylics or artificial colors


High Recycled Content

  • Achieved a UL Environment claim validation for over 50% recycled glass content
  • Thermally Efficient
  • Excellent insulating value


Batts are the most common form of insulation. They are large pieces of interwoven fibers that look like pillows. They work well in walls or framed cavities in which the shape fills the space with no gaps.


  • R-Value 3.2 per in. (approximently)
  • Effective fire retardant
  • Formaldehyde free

Ideal Applications:

  • New Construction
  • Open attics, walls, floors
  • Framed cavities


Blown-in or loose-fill fiberglass insulation is made of smaller pieces that are shot out of hose. Once it’s blown in, gravity will help settle the loose fibers to tightly fill any cavity.


  • R-Value 3.2 per in. (approximently)
  • Fills entire cavity
  • Effective fire retardant
  • Formaldehyde free

Ideal Applications:

  • New construction
  • Open attics
  • Attic/Knee-wall floors