What is the difference between different types of insulation?


Different types of insulation have inherent pros and cons relative to certain applications. At Dependable Insulation we do our best to educate our customers and take the time to explain various pros and cons of each insulation type.

What type of insulation is best for my home?


Let the team at Dependable Insulation help you decide. For more information visit the following links:

Owens Corning Insulation Brochure

Certainteed Insulation Brochure

What areas of my home should be insulated?


Generally areas like attics, floors, walls, crawl spaces, and basements will benefit from insulation when it comes to your home.

What is R-Value?


R-Value refers to the capacity of insulating material to resist heat flow. Generally the higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Visit our supplier websites for more information.



How long will it take to insulate my home?


Usually about 30 to 60 minutes depending on the size of the home.

Is the insulation process a messy one?

Our crews upgrade lived-in residences daily and generally the insulation process is not very messy. It may require a small vacuuming after the job is complete.

Do I need to prepare anything for the insulation process?

As a customer all that is necessary is to have the access cleared. Generally the closet where the attic access is located is mandatory.

How much notice is required when it comes to insulating my home?

Usually 2 days is sufficient.

How much insulation is required in my attic?

The current R-Value (Resistance Value) standard for loose fiberglass fill is a minimum of 18.5".

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