The Blown-In Blanket (BIBS) system method of insulation keeps loose-fill insulation firmly in place between wall studs with a mesh netting. The netting is nailed into the studs and small holes are made in the netting.
The insulation blower is inserted through the netting holes and blows the loose-fill behind the netting, perfectly insulating around ductwork, pipes, and electrical boxes without any air pockets.
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Blown-in blanket system insulation absorbs a large amount of outdoor sound waves into the insulation, preventing sound from entering a building and creating a peaceful and quiet environment. Also, noises from indoor are muffled from those outside or nearby neighbors, which promotes privacy.
Without proper insulation in an apartment building, lower level tenants can become very uncomfortable with the sounds of stamping feet from the floor above or the sounds of the TV playing next door through the paper thin walls.
One important benefit of blown-in blanket systems is that the insulation is firmly packed in place, without the ability to settle over time or form air gaps. This method of insulation is highly effective for sound dampening, preventing mold, pests, drafts, pollens, and moisture.
Blown-in blanket systems have an R-Value of about R-4.23 per inch. The materials are also mold resistant, non-combustible, and created from recycled materials.
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