2431 West Main St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46808
4421 Pine Creek Rd.
Elkhart, IN 46516
797 Madison St., Suite 1
Crown Point, IN 46307
Fiberglass Insulation Installers in Fort Wayne & Elkhart, IN
Need new fiberglass insulation for your Elkhart, IN, home or business? Make Momper Insulation your first call. We work with homeowners, as well as builders and contractors, to install fiberglass insulation in homes and commercial buildings for retrofit and new construction jobs.
Contact us if you’re ready to start your project, or keep reading to learn more about fiberglass insulation.
Batt vs. Blown-In Fiberglass Insulation
Made of tiny glass fibers and thermally efficient, fiberglass has been used to insulate structures for decades and is available in batt and blown-in (loose-fill) form. Although it’s often installed in attics, it can be used to insulate nearly any area of a home or building, including walls and crawl spaces.
Batt insulation, also known as blanket insulation, is the most common and widely available type of insulation. They can be installed in 2×4 and 2×6 walls and are designed for easy installation, ideal for spaces without obstructions.
Batts with a special flame-resistant facing are available in various widths for places where the insulation will be left exposed. Facings aren’t always necessary; for example, unfaced batt insulation should be used when adding new material over existing layers.
Loose-fill or blown-in fiberglass works well for many areas of a home. It’s made of small particles of fiber or other materials formed together to conform to any space without disturbing finishes or structures. Because of this, blown insulation can fit in more awkwardly shaped or hard-to-reach areas than batts.
Blown-in fiberglass is made using recycled waste materials and can contain up to 30% recycled glass.
Benefits of Fiberglass Insulation Installation
Considering installing fiberglass installation in the Fort Wayne area? Fiberglass insulation can help:
- Reduce your utility bills and maximize the energy efficiency of your home or building
- Make your home or building more comfortable year-round
- Reduce noises from outside and inside your home or building between rooms and levels
- Improve the performance of HVAC systems
- Contribute to a healthier environment
Fiberglass Insulation for Retrofit & New Construction Projects
The experienced team at Momper Insulation uses fiberglass insulation for retrofit (re-insulation) and new home construction projects. We have completed both commercial and residential jobs and can install fiberglass where it’s needed.
Not sure if your home needs new insulation? Call Momper Insulation at 260-432-7543 to learn more about our home insulation services.
Contact Us for Fiberglass Installation in Elkhart, IN
If you’re in northeastern Indiana, the team at Momper Insulation has you covered. We have experience installing fiberglass in homes new and old, and our professionals use high-quality products from leading manufacturers.
A part of the Installed Building Products Family of Companies, Momper Insulation offers knowledge, experience and resources that few companies can match.
Contact us to learn more about our fiberglass insulation services in Fort Wayne, Elkhart and more. Start your insulation project today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does fiberglass insulation last?
The expected service life of fiberglass insulation under ideal conditions is usually 100 years.
What happens if you breathe in fiberglass?
Very fine airborne fiberglass particles can become deeply lodged in the lungs, causing serious illnesses, including asthma. Regular exposure to fiberglass insulation can worsen asthma over time.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of installing fiberglass insulation?
Advantages: It’s less expensive, it doesn’t shrink or settle, it doesn’t burn, and it reduces your environmental footprint.
Disadvantages: It can be inhaled, it requires a vapor barrier, and it requires proper venting.
Have a professional insulation contractor install fiberglass insulation to ensure proper safety.
Is fiberglass insulation safe?
Fiberglass insulation is not generally considered dangerous, but it can irritate the skin and respiratory system. Our insulation installers wear proper protection during fiberglass installation.