New R-44 Insulation
Product Features Sanctuary is engineered to fill tiny crevices and gaps, creating a dense, scientifically advanced barrier capable of reducing the power of sound by up to 60%¹. As cellulose insulation that can be blown-in or spray-applied, can be easily installed over existing insulation, and unlike batt or roll alternatives, it is engineered to fill every gap, void and hard-to-reach place without time-consuming cutting and fitting. Installed in attics, walls, and ceilings keeps homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, reducing heating and cooling costs by up to 25%2. has a Class 1/A fire rating, qualifies as a fire-blocking material and has been proven to be 57% better at resisting fire than most other common type of residential insulation3.
Along with storage space, your attic provides a protective barrier against weather conditions. Insufficient insulation compromises comfort, air quality, energy efficiency, and safety. Unfortunately, 90% of homes lack proper attic insulation.
AJ Heating & Cooling specializes in loose-fill insulation and cellulose Sanctuary Insulation. The blown-in process is non-invasive, with no mess or damage to your home. The insulation effectively expands and conforms to fill every crack, corner, and odd-shaped crevice, creating an airtight barrier. Made from virgin fiberglass or recycled paper there are no chemicals or additives to aggravate allergies, and the result improves indoor air quality.
Benefits Of Blown-in Insulation
Blanket: Batt and Roll Insulation Blanket insulation -- the most common and widely available type of insulation -- comes in the form of batts or rolls. It consists of flexible fibers, most commonly fiberglass. You also can find batts and rolls made from mineral (rock and slag) wool, plastic fibers, and natural fibers, such as cotton and sheep's wool. Learn more about these .