Knauf Glass Mineral Wool Insulation Can Help You Save on Heating Costs

When you roll out Knauf insulation in your attic, you’ll also roll up energy savings in your wallet. Stopping air leaks with Knauf glass mineral wool insulation from Spahn & Rose is an easy way to lower your energy bills.

Available at a Spahn & Rose location near you, a variety of Knauf insulation products can be tailored to your specific needs—whether you’re a contractor who needs to insulate a new build or a homeowner wanting to cut energy costs.

Adding glass mineral wool insulation beyond minimum building requirements significantly increases energy savings. Spahn & Rose offers three types of Knauf glass mineral wool insulation:

Blanket insulation, packaged in batts and rolls, is available in several R-values (which measure thermal resistance), thicknesses, widths and lengths.

Batts and Rolls make a big difference in energy bills. They’re installed in attics, floors, crawl spaces, cathedral ceilings and basements.

Loose Fill glass mineral wool can be easily blown into attic spaces and other hard-to-access areas.

Knauf glass mineral wool is lightweight yet provides outstanding thermal and acoustic insulation. In addition, glass mineral wool can be used throughout the home, in lofts and roofs, and in HVAC units.

Through years of research and development, Knauf has formulated glass mineral wool with high recycled content, derived primarily from natural materials. Glass mineral wool insulation has no added formaldehyde or artificial dyes and boasts low emissions and a reduced environmental impact.

Another way to prepare for winter and save energy is to sign up for a free Black Hills energy audit —an easy way to gauge your home’s energy efficiency courtesy of the natural-gas and electric energy provider. A certified home-energy auditor will examine your house’s insulation, test the efficiency of heating and cooling equipment, conduct a blower test and examine the building with an infrared leak detector.