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Blown-in Fiberglass


Isolation Ippersiel has chosen to work with PROPINK TM blown-in fiberglass insulation by Owens Corning, well-known in insulation since 1938, and Climate Pro © , a formaldehyde-free, bulk blown-in fiberglass insulation produced by Johns Manville, a division of Berkshire Hathaway, American company based in Denver and doing business since 1858.


These two companies care about the quality and energy performance of their respective materials, and about the comfort and health of the people who live or work in buildings insulated with them. Johns Manville and Owens Corning blown-in fiberglass wools meet and exceed every Building Code performance and environmental requirements.      


While blown-in fiberglass insulation (in bulk) is mostly used to insulate attics, it can also be used for exterior walls, floors, and ceilings. It can be blown into hard-to-reach places, which reduces installation time. Not only can this product reduce your heating and cooling bills, it can also substantially increase your home's resale value. It can be used to enhance your building's existing insulation without having to remove the latter.


As this type of insulation has been used in construction over the last 50 years, you know it has been tried and tested. Blown-in wool provides for coverage without thermal bridges, i.e. seams that could allow heat to escape, which would be impossible to achieve with fiberglass wool mats.




Blown-in wool must be installed by professionals equipped with specialized pneumatic devices. Isolation Ippersiel's installers have all the skills and tools required to blow the wool efficiently and improve your building's energy performance.

The installation of this insulating material produces virtually no dust or static electricity, which results in exceptional speed of execution. It can help enhance existing insulants' performance, simply by being blown on top; in that case, it will fill the voids and air pockets left behind by other types of insulating materials.


This insulant, when installed properly, will provide you with added comfort and energy performance for the entire useful life of your construction.



Why choose blown-in fiberglass wool to insulate your building? 

  • This material will release no formaldehyde in your living environment;
  • Blown-in wool offers heat transfer resistant thermal efficiency, which will increase your building's resale value;
  • This type of product also reduces sound transmission;
  • It is non-corrosive and durable;
  • It is moisture resistant and therefore protects against mould;
  • It allows for quick execution speed and unequalled cleanliness of application.

For more information about the products used, visit the following Web sites: www.owenscorning.ca and www.jm.com .