Blown-in Insulation

For contractors and professional remodelers, it’s essential to complete projects on budget and on time. Pros can work efficiently because blown-in insulation fills spaces around wires, pipes and irregular-shaped cavities. By choosing blown-in insulation, contractors can use their own pneumatic blowing machines and experienced installers. This method enables them to quickly and properly fill large spaces in residential attics, ceilings and walls.

Key Benefits
Easy Install
Blows fast and easy to fill all gaps and voids
Thermal Performance
Provides thermal resistance for steady temperature control
Sound Control
Can help reduce sound transmission when installed properly
Designed to Last
Non-combustible, non-corrosive and won't settle, rot or deteriorate
A Complete Line of Blown-In Insulation
Blown-in insulation, sometimes referred to as loose fill or blowing wool, meets a variety of needs for new construction as well as for retrofitting existing single-family homes and multi-family structures.
Jet Stream® Ultra Blowing Wool
Our flagship product providing excellent thermal performance for new construction and existing buildings.
Bag Net Weight
32 lbs
EcoFill® Wx Blowing Wool
Designed for weatherizing and retrofitting existing buildings or new construction, providing consistent thermal performance.
Bag Net Weight
28.6 lbs
JetSpray™ Thermal Spray-On Insulation System
Provides premium thermal and acoustical performance solutions for exterior walls.
Bag Net Weight
32 lbs
Jet Stream® Max Premium Blowing Wool (Canada Only)
Premium insulation provides excellent thermal performance for new construction and existing buildings.
Bag Net Weight
14.5 kg
DIYers can choose to install blown-in insulation using a rented pneumatic machine. In this case, two installers are needed: one to feed insulation and operate the machine on the ground; and the other positioned in the attic to install the blown-in fiberglass. 

Installers can achieve a desired R-value by filling the space to the specifications listed on the insulation packaging. Carefully follow the directions to determine the number of bags of Blowing Insulation needed for the project size. 
Your time is valuable. That’s why we engineer blown-in fiberglass insulation to meet professional installers’ needs to be efficient both on and off the construction site.
  • Less space required in warehouse and trucks compared to cellulose
  • Extra-strong and stackable bags 
  • Install with equipment you already own
  • Apply in new construction or over existing insulation
Pro Tip for Contractors:
Professional installers also can use a net-and-blow technique to efficiently insulate large walls and underneath floors. 
Designed to Meet Industry Standards
We manufacture fiberglass blown-in insulation to meet the following environmental and building standards and to help you reach your green building goals and other requirements. Please refer to individual product documentation for complete certifications, rating systems and disclosures.
How to Choose the Right Insulation
Fiberglass Insulation
The smart choice to make spaces more comfortable and energy efficient.
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The ability to resist heat flow — insulation's thermal resistance.
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Thermal Properties
Ability to enhance a thermal enclosure for comfort and efficiency.
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Insulating For Sound
Sound absorption characteristics, helping reduce noise transmission.
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