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    Pasco County's Trusted Insulation Company

    Welcome to Joe Blow’s Insulation, where we take pride in serving the homeowners and businesses of Pasco County. We offer several insulation options including air sealing, attic insulation, crawl space insulation and insulation removal.

    Insulation removal will be necessary if you need to replace old, existing insulation that’s lost its insulating capacity. Before starting any insulation project, it’s important to understand how insulation works, why you need it and the different types available so that you can make an informed decision.

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    How Insulation Works

    Heat is transferred in one of three ways. These are convection, conduction and radiation. Home insulation when installed correctly works by slowing down the transfer of heat. All home insulation materials work by trapping air. 

    Insulation is important not only in the winter months but in the summer months as well. This is because during the winter, heat is prevented from escaping from within your home or building structure, but in the summer, heat is prevented from entering. 

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      What is R-Value?

      R-value is a measure of a material’s resistance to heat. The greater the R-value of an insulation material, the better it is. Generally the more insulation you install, the higher your R-value will be.

      R-values differ depending on the thickness and density of different materials. Different insulation materials have different R-values. For instance, cellulose has an R-value that measures between R-3.2 and R-3.8 per inch. On the other hand, fiberglass batts have an R-value between R-3.1 to R-3.4 per inch. Different areas in your home also need different R-values. For instance, the R-value for attic insulation and wall insulation will not be the same.

      Why Insulation is Important

      Here are some of the most basic types of insulation materials available.

      • Cellulose insulation
      • Fiberglass insulation
      • Mineral wool or Rockwool insulation
      • Radiant barriers
      • Spray foam insulation
      • Rigid foam

      Types of Insulation Materials

      Installing insulation in your home or commercial space has several benefits. Some of these are as follows:

      • Keeps your indoors comfortable throughout the year
      • Reduces your energy expenses by reducing heating and cooling costs (especially attic insulation)
      • Eliminates condensation indoors
      • Extends the life of your HVAC system

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