Climate Pro® Loose Fill Blow-In Fiber Glass Insulation

“They did an amazing thorough job. I was very impressed and I can already tell the difference, my upstairs is so much cooler … I wish I had done this when I moved in to the home!!”

-Alex O.
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Attic Insulation Dallas-Fort Worth

New attic insulation can reduce the cost of energy in your home, while creating better air quality and comfort. Having a well-insulated home allows your heating and air to work more productively, which means not only will you see savings, but you won’t need as many repairs on these systems over time. 

Loose-fill fiberglass insulation utilizes a professional blowing machine for installation in open spaces to fill hard-to-reach areas like corners, edges, and around framing. As a premium alternative to cellulose, it does not settle or decay, and can effectively provide insulation for the life of the home. It can provide R-values from R-11 to R-60.

Energy Attic uses the most durable products for attic insulation and begin our process with a free estimate so you can have all of the information you need to make the right decision for you and your attic.

Using JM Formaldehyde-Free™ insulation lets you offer these important advantages:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Better indoor air quality
  • Control moisture
  • A safe, healthy home environment
  • Superior sound control
  • Environmental satisfaction with more post-consumer recycled content

Applications:

  • Attics – Can be installed up to R-70 over 1/2" ceiling drywall without exceeding ceiling weight limits
  • Nonconforming spaces – Insulation sprays out of the hose several feet, filling in large areas and small gaps quickly and completely
  • Wall cavities – Can be installed in walls using the Blow-In-Blanket System (BIBS®)

JM Formaldehyde-Free™ Insulation

Johns Manville blow-in, loose-fill fiber glass insulation is designed for open attics and hard-to-reach locations like corners, nooks, and crannies. It is noncorrosive and noncombustible. Climate Pro® insulation is for professionals using large truck-mounted high volume production blowing wool machines and for the Blow-In-Blanket System®. Climate Pro® insulation can be blown-in to provide R-values from R-11 to R-60.

Only JM has a Complete Line of Formaldehyde-free™ Fiber Glass Building Insulation

Johns Manville insulation can provide your homeowners with better indoor air quality and a healthier environment because it's made without formaldehyde. Surveys consistently show that consumers prefer products made without formaldehyde when given a choice. With homeowners spending up to 90% of their time indoors, you have an important sales advantage by offering a better indoor environment.

Climate Pro®

Formaldehyde-free™ Blow-in Loose-fill Fiber Glass Insulation

JM FORMALDEHYDE-FREE™ Insulation

Climate Pro offers high-quality thermal and acoustical properties, and because it’s made without formaldehyde, it also improves indoor air quality and promotes a healthier indoor environment. The U.S. EPA recommends limiting exposure to formaldehyde as much as possible,1 and the California Air Resources Board, a California Environmental Protection Agency division, recommends that homeowners, builders, and architects use building materials made without formaldehyde when building a home or remodeling.2 Formaldehyde is also classified as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer.3 JM is the only company in the industry with a complete line of building insulation made without formaldehyde. Visit JM.com for more information.

Product Description

Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ Climate Pro blow-in loose-fill fiberglass insulation is a premium alternative to cellulose. It‘s blown into attics, nonconforming spaces, and hard-to-reach areas, red like corners, edges, and around framing. When applied to the recommended thickness and specifications, you can be assured that your home is energy-efficient, with minimal heat loss. And unlike cellulose, it won’t appreciably settle, decay, or provide food for animals or microbes. It’s effective for the life of your home.

Attic Insulation Installation

Equipment for JM Climate Pro installation is engineered for professional use.

  • Improves indoor air quality – because it’s made without formaldehyde.
  • Thermally efficient – provides effective resistance to heat transfer. Unlike cellulose products, Climate Pro settles only 1 to 3 percent, so it won’t lose R-value after installation.
  • Controls sound – reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls and floor/ceiling assemblies for superior sound control.
  • Fire-resistant and noncombustible – (see Specification Compliance).
  • Noncorrosive – does not accelerate corrosion of pipes, wiring or metal studs.
  • Durable – will not rot, mildew or otherwise deteriorate. Unlike cellulose, Climate Pro will not hold moisture and will not permanently lose R-value.
  • Easy to install – quickly insulates attics or spaces of any size or shape without cutting or fitting.

Other Attic Insulation Materials and Brands

Blowing Wool Insulation

Knauf Jet Stream® Ultra Blowing Wool and CertainTeed InsulSafe® SP Premium Blowing Wool are two other blow-in attic insulation products that offer excellent coverage, won't settle, won't rot or decay, won't absorb moisture or support fungus growth, are noncombustible, and are formaldehyde-free.

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is composed of 75-85% recycled paper fiber, usually post-consumer waste newsprint. The other 15% is a fire retardant such as boric acid or ammonium sulphate. Cellulose has the highest recycled content of any insulation available. For example, fiberglass has a maximum amount of 50% recycled content. Unfortunately, cellulose can cause a dusty home and may break down or settle over time. We do not offer cellulose installation at this time.

What Our Clients Say

I highly recommend Energy Attic. Guy & his associates did our attic approximately 5 years ago & every summer that I go into my attic , I feel this was one of the best improvements we did on our home!
- Neelambari J.
They did an amazing thorough job. I was very impressed and I can already tell the difference, my upstairs is so much cooler ... I wish I had done this when I moved in to the home!!
- Alex O.
I highly recommend Energy Attic for your attic needs. The difference that it made was definitely noticeable!! The guys were always prompt, listened to what we needed, and were very efficient. Job well done!!!!
- Jill R.
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We offer fiberglass, wool, and cellulose insulation. Which one is best for your home? Your Energy Attic specialist can help you decide.
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Reduce attic temperatures from 20-45 degrees in Summer, and keep heat from escaping in Winter for year-round savings of up to 40% on your energy costs. An Energy Attic expert will come to your home and give you an honest and accurate assessment of your attic.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which insulation is best for my home?

The best way to determine which insulation products are right for your attic is to schedule an in-home assessment. We can take a look at your attic environment and recommend the right insulation. You can choose from fiberglass, wool, and cellulose insulation. Learn more.

Should I get a new roof before adding attic insulation?

You can get started on having a better, healthier, and more comfortable attic. The comfort and energy savings of the radiant barrier and proper insulation are immediate. Learn more.

How long does attic insulation last?

Attic insulation can last between 20 and 100 years. But many types of insulation only last a couple of decades. That's because attic insulation is prone to several kinds of damage. Learn more.

Does attic insulation affect whole-home comfort during winter?

Insulation works by trapping unventilated air space within a material of your choosing. The R-value of your insulation tells you about the insulation's ability to resist heat flow. More FAQs.

Can you help with insulation removal?

Removing the old insulation in your home is not always necessary, but can drastically improve air quality and over-all quality of life in your living space. Water damage and rodent activity are the most common causes of soiled or damaged insulation. These issues should be properly addressed by a professional before removing or installing new insulation, to prevent further damage to new material.

How do you remove attic insulation?

Our removal process is safe, quick, and 100% guaranteed. We ensure a complete removal of loose filled or batted insulation in and around knee walls, sky lights, attic floors and ceilings. Insulation removed will be loaded and discarded safely and without damage done to your property. Our industrial insulation removal vacuums are placed outside your home, and our crew will ensure dust and debris do not interfere with your living space.

Will attic insulation removal improve energy efficiency?

Customers who have removed old insulation from their attic space have reported a significant and immediate increase in air quality and a dramatic decrease in dust and mold or mildew smells. Removing insulation from your attic will not always result in better energy efficiency, but most old insulation materials do lose their installed R-Values over time due to settling, rodent activity, or normal attic wear and tear. As a result, replacing old settled insulation with new fiberglass insulation might yield more energy savings in your home!

Should I choose spray foam insulation?

Spray foam insulation is most commonly used in industrial buildings and commercial properties. However, residential homeowners might also find benefits and value when they incorporate spray foam insulation into certain parts of their attic or other cavities in their homes. If you aren’t sure whether your property would benefit from spray foam insulation, call us to schedule an onsite assessment.

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Plano, TX 75074
4500 Mercantile Plaza Dr #314
Fort Worth, TX 76137

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