Blown-In Insulation Services & Installation

Cool Today installs GreenFiber blown-in insulation, which provides:

  • Better energy efficiency - Saves you up to 22% on your cooling costs.

  • Better fire protection - Provides you 24 MORE minutes to exit during a fire.

  • Better sound blocking - Absorbs 90% of ALL sounds.

  • Hypo-allergenic - Reduces risk of allergic reactions for your family.

  • Better air blockage performance - Reduces air leakage by over 40%.

  • Better mold/mildew protection - Protects against mold and mildew.

  • Better pest protection - Protects against bugs and rodents.

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Backed by a limited lifetime warranty

Your GreenFiber insulation is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects and not deteriorate under normal and proper use.

See our insulation work for Florida homeowners

Before photo of attic insulation in Florida home.

Before installing GreenFiber

After photo of green blow-in attic insulation

After installing GreenFiber

Our installation process in 3 simple steps

1) Schedule

Contact us to schedule a free in-home price quote.

2) Assess

Upon arriving at your home, your technician will assess what type of insulation you need and how much. Then, you’ll get a free free no obligation estimate.

3) Install

Your technician will set up a convenient date for our installers to complete the work.

If your existing insulation is contaminated with animal waste or has visible signs of presence of animals, we’ll recommend removing it. All work will be completed the same day.

Price to install blown-in insulation

The price depends on your needs and the size of your home. Below are some general pricing ranges.

  • Adding attic insulation: $2,000-$6,000 (depends on home size)

  • Removing existing insulation: $2,000-$5,000 (depending on home size)

  • Insulating a garage: $1,000-$1,500

FAQ: “Do I actually need more insulation?”

Answer: More likely than not. About 90% of American homes are under-insulated, according to the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA).

And the older your home, the more likely your home is under-insulated. If you have a Florida home built before 1982, your attic is probably under-insulated, according to Florida Power & Light Company (FPL).

An under-insulated attic will:

  • Allow unwanted heat into your home, making you less comfortable

  • Increase your monthly electric bills

  • Create a noisier home due to less sound blocking

Learn more: Florida Homeowner’s Guide to Adding Attic Insulation

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