Superior Fiberglass Insulation Products

In addition to great installation, we are proud to offer some of the finest insulation available. Insulation is an essential step in creating long-lasting comfort and efficiency in any space, so it’s important to investigate the type of insulation you should put into your home. Insulation is the only permanent component in your home that should never need to be replaced, upgraded or improved and will pay dividends if installed well.

While there are many options available for insulating your home, such as fiberglass batt, spray foam and blow-in cellulose, Everlast believes the cost-effective, eco-friendly efficiency of blown-in fiberglass (also known as loose fill fiberglass) makes it the best choice for insulating existing and new construction homes.

To find out more about blown-in insulation and why it is our product of choice, please visit our Fiberglass Benefits page.

Fiberglass Blown-In Wall System

We trust in fiberglass, an innovative and eco-friendly premium insulation product, to help us create comfortable, energy-efficient spaces. Blown-in fiberglass is an ideal product for both new construction and existing structure applications. The blown-in fiberglass system forms to the shape of any wall cavity and is held in place by a nonwoven fabric or behind existing walls.


Construction BIBS Batt
2×4 (3 1/2″) R-15 R-11 or 13
2×6 (5 1/2″) R-23 R-19 (17.4)
2×8 (7 1/4″) R-30 R-19
2×10 (9 1/4″) R-38 R-25
2×12 (11-1/4″) R-47 R-30

Deciding Where to Insulate: Blown-In Applications

Blown-in insulation can be installed into the following areas of a home:

  • Exterior Walls
  • Interior Walls
  • Sound Walls
  • Between Floors
  • Knee Walls
  • Attics
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Trailer Bellies
  • Anywhere that’s studded and our dust-free mesh can be applied (whether glued or stapled), and the fiberglass insulation can be blown behind.

Blown-in insulation can be installed behind all of the following wall surfaces:

  • Brick
  • Stone
  • Wood
  • Plaster
  • Stucco
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Cedar Shake
  • Aluminum Siding
  • Insulbrick
  • Asbestos Shingles
  • Many others — just ask an Everlast Insulation representative for details.

Typical home types we have insulated include:

  • Ranch
  • Modular
  • Log Cabin
  • Two-Story
  • Three-Story
  • Cape Cod
  • Multi-Unit
  • Condos

We retrofit insulate every kind of structure imaginable!

Whether you are building a new home or need to upgrade your existing home, Everlast Insulation, Inc. will personally meet with you during a free consultation to determine the best approach to meet both your insulation needs and specific installation application.

Still have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Owens Corning Insulating Systems, LLC is a manufacturer of durable, high-quality fiberglass products and does not sell or endorse other insulation industry products.