Throughout West Tennessee, homeowners have been trusting Summit Roofing and Restoration with all their roofing needs since 2017. In that time, we have developed a reputation for honesty and integrity that is unmatched in our industry. We strive to deliver excellent value for our customers located in Memphis and Shelby County, Tipton County and beyond, and one of the ways we do that is by suggesting additional work or features that can improve the appearance, comfort and functionality of your home. Blown or rolled fiberglass insulation can be added to any wall cavity to provide long-term benefits for your home, including increased comfort and lower utility bills. At Summit Roofing and Restoration, we are happy to help you determine if fiberglass insulation is a good choice for you. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits, or contact our office to request a quote.

Fiberglass Insulation Benefits


  • Lower utility costs—  A well-insulated home keeps cold air out in the winter and hot air and humidity out in the summer. This means your A/C and heater don’t have to work as hard, which keeps your utility costs down.

  • A more comfortable home — Likewise, when your heater and A/C are working their best, you’ll feel more comfortable all year round. Heat is evenly distributed instead of going right out through your roofing ventilation system.

  • Sound deadening — If you live on a busy street or noisy neighborhood, you’ll notice a difference right away when you increase the insulation in your home.

At Summit Roofing and Restoration, we can assess your home’s needs and match you with the right product for your budget.

Fascia gives your home a pleasing style while also protecting the interior from leaks and water damage. If you suspect damage or see a leak inside your home, contact Summit Roofing and Restoration to discuss your needs and receive a free inspection and estimate.

Fiberglass Insulation Options


  • R-Value — The R-value of an insulation material refers to its effectiveness at stopping heat transfer, with the industry standard being 10″, or R-30. Higher R-values mean greater efficiency, which means a more comfortable home. The Department of Energy recommends 16.5″ or R-49 in our location. Call us today for a free consultation.

  • Blown vs. rolled — Blown insulation is affordable and easy to install in any situation. Rolled insulation, also known as batt insulation, while also a good choice, comes in standard sizes. Call us today to have one of our specialists help pick the right material for you.