Blown-in insulation, or loose-fill insulation, refers to our process for installing new insulation into attics. Specifically, we use flame- and mold-resistant cellulose insulation made from recycled wood-based materials. Cellulose is becoming more common than fiberglass insulation, which can irritate when disturbed and be potentially harmful to breathe.
Blown In Insulation
Blown In Insulation 103
Following the learner's introduction to blown in insulation in the 100-level course, they will start to learn about the formal processes and procedures we use at Anura Energy to perform the field task. This course starts by having the learner watch the blown in insulation training video produced in-house at Anura Energy. The learner will then be asked to complete a quiz to ensure they understand important procedural information.
In the 'written content' section of this page, you will find the official written procedures for blowing insulation into an attic. Use these as well as the training video to prepare yourself before performing any blown in insulation-related tasks in the field.