Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation

For new construction or existing homes.

Fiberglass Loosefill

For new or existing homes.

Fiber Glass Blowing Insulation is used in residential and commercial construction as a thermal and sound absorbing insulation. It is designed for open (attic) and closed (sidewalls/floor) construction cavities.

Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation being blown into attic.Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation being blown into attic.

Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation Description:

When installed with the proper equipment from Reichel Insulation, thermal performances will be achieved at the thicknesses, weights and coverage specified.

The system comprises fiberglass Loosefill Insulation and the blowing machine used to install it. The insulation is super-expanding, requiring fewer bags than other products such as cellulose insulation to achieve the same R-Value saving homeowners up to 20% on energy costs.

This product is noncombustible, noncorrosive and odor-free. In addition, our Fiberglass Loose fill Insulation won't settle, contains no chemicals to cause mildew and fungus growth, contains no formaldehyde, provides no sustenance for vermin, contains no asbestos, won't rot, decay or absorb moisture.

Fiberglass Loosefill Insulation Benefits:

  •  Better coverage and won't settle
  •  Thermally efficient
  •  Lasts the life of the home to reduce energy and costs
  •  Noncombustible and Noncorrosive
  •  Won't absorb moisture, rot or decay
  •  GREENGUARD® children & schools certified
  •  Formaldehyde-free

Blowing Attics with InsulSafe

What other insulation options do I have?

Along with Fiberglass Batt Insulation you can insulate your home at a great price and still achieve great savings on your energy bills. If you have open crawl spaces or want to add some extra rigidity to your home you may also want to check out our Spray Foam Insulation and for existing homes where there are fiberglass batts or cellulose insulation in the walls and you're feeling drafts through your windows and walls you may want to take a look at our RetroFoam insulation that can save you up to 40% on your energy bill costs.

Recessed Lighting CanCaps

The only all in one solution to energy loss, fire protection and vapor barrier on the market.

The CanCap is the only all in one solution to energy loss, fire protection, and vapor barrier for recessed lighting. The patented design allows you to completely cover electrical fixtures, fitting snugly against the rafters and securing the entire area from coming in contact with any type of insulation.

What does it do?

CanCap recessed lighting protection not only protects against fire but insulates and prevents air and moisture transfer between the living space and the attic.

CanCap Features:

  •  Better coverage and won't settle
  •  Thermally efficient
  •  Lasts the life of the home to reduce energy and costs
  •  Noncombustible and Noncorrosive
  •  Won't absorb moisture, rot or decay
  •  GREENGUARD® children & schools certified
  •  Formaldehyde-free
Recessed Lighting styrofoam box properly installed.

Recessed Lighting styrofoam box properly installed.

Attic Vent Chutes

Properly venting your attic after insulating.

Vent Chutes being installed in attic cavity.

Vent Chutes being installed in attic cavity.

The benefits of attic ventilation for controlling roof deck temperature and ice dams (in northern climates) has been known and studied for decades. Adding vented soffits is the easy part. The also easy but rarely done part is controlling where that air goes once it enters the house. That's were attic baffles come in.

Vent chutes also called attic baffles or channel vents help direct air flow from the soffit through the attic. They can reduce roof deck temperature, minimize ice dam issues and can help control attic moisture. They also keep insulation from falling into and clogging up the eaves.