The Best Professional Insulation Installation Contractors

Professional Blown-in Insulation

Looking for a reliable insulation contractor in South Carolina? Call us at (864) 732-4676 today! Proper insulation in your home can improve energy efficiency, reduce noise, and minimize mildew issues. If you need more wall or attic insulation to address high energy bills, a hot attic floor, or excessive noise, we have a solution! Our professional contractors at Upstate Home Maintenance Services offer quality blown-in insulation to homeowners in the upstate.

What Is Blown-in Insulation?

Blown-in insulation is a popular, cost-efficient, and affordable way to reduce air leakage through a home’s walls or attic space. Contractors typically use fiberglass or rock wool mats to insulate a new construction, but adding insulation mats is messy and often impractical in an existing home. The blow-in method allows homeowners to add extra insulation without removing drywall.

While spray foam insulation is suitable for sealing crevices and cracks, blown-in insulation works most efficiently for large spaces like attics and wall cavities.

Our insulation contractor will use a machine with a flexible hose to blow loose-fill fiberglass, cellulose, or rock wool into the attic or wall space to get blown-in insulation installed.


Wall Insulation

Blow insulating an existing wall requires drilling a small opening either on the home’s exterior or through existing drywall. The contractor will fill the hole with a plastic plug after forcing the material into the wall cavity using a blower machine. At the end of the project, the contractor will paint over the plug to help it blend in with the wall.

Attic Insulation

To install attic insulation, one team member will spread fluffed-up insulation material across the attic floor, while another handles the blower machine by adding material and controlling airflow into the attic space. Blown insulation can easily settle over existing fiberglass mats in the attic.

Reliable Insulation Contractors for Any Project

Do you need more insulation for your walls or attic? Want to increase your home’s energy efficiency and cut down on energy bills? Our licensed, fully insured company has 15 years of experience providing quality service to Spartanburg and upstate SC. Call (864) 732-4676 today or fill out our online form for a free wall or attic insulation quote.

Why Upstate Home Maintenance Contractors for your Blown-in Insulation?

What makes Upstate Home Maintenance Services stand out among other home improvement and insulation contractors? Here is why clients love to work with us.


Our Experience

Our team has the proper skills and training to handle insulation installation in any type of project.

Our Excellence

We stay on top of all recent technological developments and bring you the highest industry standard of service.

Our Transparency

When we suggest an insulation solution, we lay out all the pros and cons to make sure you know what to expect.

Our Compliance

We strictly follow all local regulations and guidelines when working on an insulation job.

Our Service

We are always here to discuss insulation project options and help you make an informed decision.

At Upstate Home Maintenance, your comfort is our priority. We are a Google Guaranteed Contractor, so you can be sure of fully licensed, insured, pre-screened technicians and professional, friendly service when you hire us.

questions? call today and schedule a service call!

Types of Insulation Materials

Contractors generally use fiberglass, cellulose, or rock wool for a blown insulation project. Each type of material has its pros and cons. You want to look at the R-value, which is how well the insulation resists heat flow into the home or business, as well as other factors such as:

  • Fire-Retardance
  • Mold-Retardance
  • Moisture-Resistance
  • Sound Insulation
  • Cost

Fiberglass Insulation

Fiberglass insulation consists of tiny molten glass fibers. Loose-fill fiberglass has a good R-value and is fire resistant. Our preferred insulation is ProCat® loose-fill fiberglass, which produces superior results.


Cellulose Insulation

Blown cellulose insulation typically comes from recycled paper. Cellulose offers an affordable insulation option with good fire- and mold-retarding qualities.

Mineral Wool

This type of insulation has an excellent R-value and sound-insulating properties. However, it is significantly more expensive than fiberglass or cellulose.