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R-49 EcoTouch PINK Kraft Faced Fiberglass Insulation Batt 16 in. x 48 in. (10-Bags)

  • High density attic insulation with pre-cut width for easy install
  • Helps maintain temperature and control noise to aid soundproofing
  • Soft to touch, formaldehyde free, with kraft faced vapor retarder
$ 819 00 /pallet
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Product Overview

  • High density attic insulation with pre-cut width for easy install
  • Helps maintain temperature and control noise to aid soundproofing
  • Soft to touch, formaldehyde free, with kraft faced vapor retarder
If you need your home's insulation to deliver comfort try the Owens Corning EcoTouch as it's soft to the touch, easy to cut and install. It helps your home stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Install the R-49 EcoTouch for your attic project.
  • Meets R-49 attic code requirements with a single batt
  • Offers exceptional thermal and sound control performance
  • Dimensions: 16 in. x 48 in.
  • Application: attic
  • Preferred by 2-out of 3-professional installers for ease of handling and installation
  • Helps lower monthly heating / cooling costs for the life of the home
  • GreenGuard gold certified and verified to be formaldehyde free


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  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • High density attic insulation with pre-cut width for easy install
  • Helps maintain temperature and control noise to aid soundproofing
  • Soft to touch, formaldehyde free, with kraft faced vapor retarder
Model #: BF92
Internet #: 206161019

If you need your home's insulation to deliver comfort try the Owens Corning EcoTouch as it's soft to the touch, easy to cut and install. It helps your home stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Install the R-49 EcoTouch for your attic project.

  • Meets R-49 attic code requirements with a single batt
  • Offers exceptional thermal and sound control performance
  • Dimensions: 16 in. x 48 in.
  • Application: attic
  • Preferred by 2-out of 3-professional installers for ease of handling and installation
  • Helps lower monthly heating / cooling costs for the life of the home
  • GreenGuard gold certified and verified to be formaldehyde free


  • insulation buying guide
    Insulation calculator button
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • High density attic insulation with pre-cut width for easy install
  • Helps maintain temperature and control noise to aid soundproofing
  • Soft to touch, formaldehyde free, with kraft faced vapor retarder
If you need your home's insulation to deliver comfort try the Owens Corning EcoTouch as it's soft to the touch, easy to cut and install. It helps your home stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Install the R-49 EcoTouch for your attic project.
  • Meets R-49 attic code requirements with a single batt
  • Offers exceptional thermal and sound control performance
  • Dimensions: 16 in. x 48 in.
  • Application: attic
  • Preferred by 2-out of 3-professional installers for ease of handling and installation
  • Helps lower monthly heating / cooling costs for the life of the home
  • GreenGuard gold certified and verified to be formaldehyde free


  • insulation buying guide
    Insulation calculator button
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • High density attic insulation with pre-cut width for easy install
  • Helps maintain temperature and control noise to aid soundproofing
  • Soft to touch, formaldehyde free, with kraft faced vapor retarder
Model #: BF92
Internet #: 206161019

If you need your home's insulation to deliver comfort try the Owens Corning EcoTouch as it's soft to the touch, easy to cut and install. It helps your home stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Install the R-49 EcoTouch for your attic project.

  • Meets R-49 attic code requirements with a single batt
  • Offers exceptional thermal and sound control performance
  • Dimensions: 16 in. x 48 in.
  • Application: attic
  • Preferred by 2-out of 3-professional installers for ease of handling and installation
  • Helps lower monthly heating / cooling costs for the life of the home
  • GreenGuard gold certified and verified to be formaldehyde free


  • insulation buying guide
    Insulation calculator button
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

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Price
$568.00 /pallet
$819.00 /pallet
$844.00 /pallet
$897.80 /pallet
Ratings (384) (19) (13) (3)
Insulation Location Attic,Ceiling,Floor Attic Ceiling Attic,Ceiling
Roll or Batt Batt Batt Batt
Product Length (ft.) 4 ft 4 ft 4 ft 4 ft
Faced or Unfaced Faced Faced Faced Faced
Product Thickness (in.) 9.5 in 14 in 8.25 in 13.5 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 5.33 ft² 32 5.16 ft² 384 ft²
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
32
Product Length (ft.)
4 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
14 in
Product Width (in.)
16 in

Details

Bag Size
4.16 ft. x 15.44 in. x 16.25 in.
Batt/Roll Size
4 ft. x 14 in. x 16 in.
Compatible Install Surface
Plywood,Wood
Coverage Area per Bag (sq. ft.)
32
Faced or Unfaced
Faced
Insulation Features
Formaldehyde Free,Vapor Retardant
Insulation Location
Attic
Insulation R-Value
R49
Insulation Type
Fiberglass Insulation
Number of Bags
10
Pieces Per Bag
6
Pieces per Pallet
60
Product Weight (lb.)
33.6 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Roll or Batt
Batt

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
Limited Lifetime

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
32
Product Length (ft.)
4 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
14 in
Product Width (in.)
16 in

Details

Bag Size
4.16 ft. x 15.44 in. x 16.25 in.
Batt/Roll Size
4 ft. x 14 in. x 16 in.
Compatible Install Surface
Plywood,Wood
Coverage Area per Bag (sq. ft.)
32
Faced or Unfaced
Faced
Insulation Features
Formaldehyde Free,Vapor Retardant
Insulation Location
Attic
Insulation R-Value
R49
Insulation Type
Fiberglass Insulation
Number of Bags
10
Pieces Per Bag
6
Pieces per Pallet
60
Product Weight (lb.)
33.6 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Roll or Batt
Batt

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

I am looking to find out how many square feet this pallet of insulation will cover?

I am looking to find out how many square feet this pallet of insulation will cover?
Asked by: Windy
how many square feet will a pallet of insulation cover
Answered by: zigman
Date published: 2018-11-11

Can this insulation be used in walls as well?

Asked by: Tumbler
Yes, this product can be used in walls.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-02-19

You said this is designed for attics. Would 2 layers of " insulation, one faced and one unfaced i...

You said this is designed for attics. Would 2 layers of " insulation, one faced and one unfaced installed with top layer at 90 degrees to bottom faced layer? Maybe R-21. I am using trusses.
Asked by: Tom
Use faced batts or roll between the joists and as deep as the joists. Use R-30 unfaced rolls on top to go perpendicularly to the joists. You can use either 16 inch wide or 24 inch wide for the top layer. Use whichever is lower total cost to cover the area and which fits best around the webbing of the trusses.
Answered by: Allen
Date published: 2018-12-13

Are there any downfalls for using a higher R-Value rated fiberglass than what code recommends? ...

Are there any downfalls for using a higher R-Value rated fiberglass than what code recommends? For example, this insulation is recommended for attics, however, if I wanted to use it for the entire house, including the conditioned basement, behind the drywall on each wall that faces outside, the attic, etc. Thanks!
Asked by: Spork
@Spork; There is no advantage to buying insulation which is thicker than the wall cavity and then cutting it down to thickness. Compressing it to fit reduces the R-value by squeezing out the air spaces. Buy the thickness which you need for the place in which you will put it. Buying insulation which is wider and cutting it down may make sense if the spacing of the studs is not 16 inches on center. Insulation thicker than the lumber used to frame a knee wall can be used because there is plenty of room into which the insulation can extend. I'm using R-19 batts on 2x4 attic knee walls. The 6 inch thick batts will (hopefully) spread out behind the 2x4 framing to cut conductive losses through the framing. Code recommendations are based, in part, on finding an optimal cost versus benefit tradeoff. R-49 attic insulation cuts heat loss through the roof to about 2% of an uninsulated roof. Doubling that cuts the heat loss to 1% of an uninsulated roof. That is an expensive 1% reduction in most cases. Going from R-30 to R-49 is also a 1% reduction from 3% to 2%. 1/2 inch of rigid foam over the brick walls of my 1903 vintage home would be a 50% reduction. The R-3 value of 1/2 inch of rigid foam is about the same as three courses of brick covered by plaster. The expensive part is dealing with window sills and door frames on the outside and adding siding or stucco. R-19 insulation on the inside reduces room size by four inches on each wall.
Answered by: Allen
Date published: 2018-12-16
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Customer Reviews

Owens Corning R-49 EcoTouch PINK Kraft Faced Fiberglass Insulation Batt 16 in. x 48 in. (10-Bags) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First thing is a money saving tip, if you need 15 or more bags go to the HD web page that has t... First thing is a money saving tip, if you need 15 or more bags go to the HD web page that has this R49 by the bag as it's cheaper there than buying the pallet of 10 here. When I goy my 22 bags delivered they only would deliver to the end of the driveway, I have a John Deere 2 family tractor that has pallet forks so it was not a big issue to transport the pallets 200 feet, but if I didn't it would have meant carrying all those bags up a steep hill! So...plan ahead. Each bag is wrapped in plastic and then the whole pallet is wrapped in plastic that's reinforced with very tough nylon string...it's actually hard to cut thru but does a great job of protecting & compressing the insulation! I bought this R49 to insulate the floor of my bonus room over my 3 car garage. The floor is made up of 14" TGI (I beam) wood joists that are spaced 12" on center, so I had to slice each 24" batt down the middle to get the 12" width...it was a lot of cutting! In my area the code is R30 for floors, which I have that in a room over an unheated crawl space and the tile floor is always cold. Once I saw I needed the 14" high TGI's to clear span the 26' I thought about using a thicker amount of insulation. Here's a little secret....When pricing out this R49 compared to the Owens Corning R30 at Home Depot for 22 bags, the R49 WAS LESS!...Really! It blew my mind...I even went to the store & talked to the pro desk just to make sure I didn't make a calculation mistake LOL! There are huge savings when you buy in bulk, so check it out. Here are some of my installation tips: 1. Buy an inexpensive plastic folding table, with all the cutting it just didn't make sense cutting on the floor...I cut right on it, ya it made a ton of cuts on the plastic top, but if we ever use it for anything we'll just put a tablecloth over it! It was taking too much time trying to line up a 2x4 under & over the insulation & I didn't want to trash a nice piece of plywood. 2. I tried 5 different blades (see pic) to cut this thick R49, a cheap 12" serrated bread knife, an expensive $35 insulation saw, a Dewalt 25mm heavy duty metal snap off knife DWHT10045 (blade fully extended), a Husky 12" insulation knife and a cheap plastic snap off blade knife. Overall I liked the Dewalt best as you can quickly change out the blade (it actually lasts quite awhile) The bread knife & the Husky knife were also very effective, but they needed to be sharpened after about 4 hours of use... I used my wife's Magic Chef 3 rotary stone sharpener (sharpening one side only) The least effective seemed to be the expensive insulation saw and the flimsy plastic snap off knife, which fully extended was impossible to put any pressure on without it bending & becoming unstable. 3. I used a 5' 2x4 for the 48" cut and for the cross cut, a 30" 2x6. I tried a 48" 2x6 but it was too hard to press down enough for compressing the insulation, but with the shorter 30" for a cross cut it was an advantage and was able to slice thru the R49 in one quick clean cut. Cutting the 48" length on the other hand took about 2 or 3 cuts to make sure everything was cut no matter which knife was used. 4. Cut with the paper side up, mostly so you can see your measuring marks clearly on the paper, if the paper is down it seemed that I had to make many repeated cuts to get thru to the paper unless the blade was very sharp. On the Dewalt I snapped off one section of blade and yes it cut the paper (when down) better but it was shorter & thus harder to cut the thick R49 after snapping off 2 or 3 segments off the blade, cutting with the paper up solved the problem. 5. The R49 is not that dusty, I was pleasantly surprised as I remember years ago insulating my basement & it was so dusty I would have take a vacuum at breaks to get all the glass dust off of me. Owens Corning has done a fantastic job taming the dust! BUT...You still need to wear gloves, eye protection & a dust mask as in the sunlight you can see some fibers floating in the air & you don't want those in your eyes or lungs! 6. The job goes much faster with 2 workers, one cutting and the other installing & even faster with 3, the 3rd person being the runner to hand the insulation to the installer & handing the insulation to the cutter & getting & opening the bags. We rotated jobs so no one was on the ladder for too long. I my case the bottom of the TJI's are 10' off the floor of the garage. 7. We dealt with wires & pipes a few different ways. The fastest way for wires or pipes that ran perpendicular (12" in between TJI's) was to split the insulation depth wise (sometimes only a few inches from the bottom), install the first piece with the paper up going up & over the wire or pipe, and then installing the 2nd piece under it. Depending on where the wire was located in relation to the batt we changed that up, so if the wire was say 1' from the end, we would install the whole piece and then just split the end around the wire or pipe. 8. The R49 stayed put between the TJI's, no metal wire was needed as there is a lip for the insulation to expand to & sit on. 9. We made sure the top of the insulation (paper side) was right up against the plywood, the next day I noticed the insulation had expanded to fill most of the whole cavity. I will let it expand & settle for a few days & go back to see if there were any voids to fill. 10. We took two 5 hour days to do the 1000 sq feet & we didn't push ourselves. If your TJI's are 24" OC, the whole job would probably only take a few hours. I hope you found this review really helpful, if so please check the thumbs up button, thanks!
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this R49 to insulate the floor of my bonus room over my 3 car garage. The floor is mad... I bought this R49 to insulate the floor of my bonus room over my 3 car garage. The floor is made up of 14" TGI (I beam) wood joists that are spaced 12" on center, so I had to slice each 24" batt down the middle to get the 12" width...it was a lot of cutting! In my area the code is R30 for floors, which I have that in a room over an unheated crawl space and the tile floor is always cold. Once I saw I needed the 14" high TGI's to clear span the 26' I thought about using a thicker amount of insulation. Here's a little secret....When pricing out this R49 compared to the Owens Corning R30 at Home Depot for 22 bags, the R49 WAS LESS!...Really! It blew my mind...I even went to the store & talked to the pro desk just to make sure I didn't make a calculation mistake LOL! There are huge savings when you buy in bulk, so check it out. Here are some of my installation tips: 1. Buy an inexpensive plastic folding table, with all the cutting it just didn't make sense cutting on the floor...I cut right on it, ya it made a ton of cuts on the plastic top, but if we ever use it for anything we'll just put a tablecloth over it! It was taking too much time trying to line up a 2x4 under & over the insulation & I didn't want to trash a nice piece of plywood. 2. I tried 5 different blades (see pic) to cut this thick R49, a cheap 12" serrated bread knife, an expensive $35 insulation saw, a Dewalt 25mm heavy duty metal snap off knife DWHT10045 (blade fully extended), a Husky 12" insulation knife and a cheap plastic snap off blade knife. Overall I liked the Dewalt best as you can quickly change out the blade (it actually lasts quite awhile) The bread knife & the Husky knife were also very effective, but they needed to be sharpened after about 4 hours of use... I used my wife's Magic Chef 3 rotary stone sharpener (sharpening one side only) The least effective seemed to be the expensive insulation saw and the flimsy plastic snap off knife, which fully extended was impossible to put any pressure on without it bending & becoming unstable. 3. I used a 5' 2x4 for the 48" cut and for the cross cut, a 30" 2x6. I tried a 48" 2x6 but it was too hard to press down enough for compressing the insulation, but with the shorter 30" for a cross cut it was an advantage and was able to slice thru the R49 in one quick clean cut. Cutting the 48" length on the other hand took about 2 or 3 cuts to make sure everything was cut no matter which knife was used. 4. Cut with the paper side up, mostly so you can see your measuring marks clearly on the paper, if the paper is down it seemed that I had to make many repeated cuts to get thru to the paper unless the blade was very sharp. On the Dewalt I snapped off one section of blade and yes it cut the paper (when down) better but it was shorter & thus harder to cut the thick R49 after snapping off 2 or 3 segments off the blade, cutting with the paper up solved the problem. 5. The R49 is not that dusty, I was pleasantly surprised as I remember years ago insulating my basement & it was so dusty I would have take a vacuum at breaks to get all the glass dust off of me. Owens Corning has done a fantastic job taming the dust! BUT...You still need to wear gloves, eye protection & a dust mask as in the sunlight you can see some fibers floating in the air & you don't want those in your eyes or lungs! 6. The job goes much faster with 2 workers, one cutting and the other installing & even faster with 3, the 3rd person being the runner to hand the insulation to the installer & handing the insulation to the cutter & getting & opening the bags. We rotated jobs so no one was on the ladder for too long. I my case the bottom of the TJI's are 10' off the floor of the garage. 7. We dealt with wires & pipes a few different ways. The fastest way for wires or pipes that ran perpendicular (12" in between TJI's) was to split the insulation depth wise (sometimes only a few inches from the bottom), install the first piece with the paper up going up & over the wire or pipe, and then installing the 2nd piece under it. Depending on where the wire was located in relation to the batt we changed that up, so if the wire was say 1' from the end, we would install the whole piece and then just split the end around the wire or pipe. 8. The R49 stayed put between the TJI's, no metal wire was needed as there is a lip for the insulation to expand to & sit on. 9. We made sure the top of the insulation (paper side) was right up against the plywood, the next day I noticed the insulation had expanded to fill most of the whole cavity. I will let it expand & settle for a few days & go back to see if there were any voids to fill. 10. We took two 5 hour days to do the 1000 sq feet & we didn't push ourselves. If your TJI's are 24" OC, the whole job would probably only take a few hours. I hope you found this review helpful, if so please check the thumbs up button, thanks!
Date published: 2018-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Owens Pink R-49 is perfect for new construction or retro fitting. It is THE attic insulation that... Owens Pink R-49 is perfect for new construction or retro fitting. It is THE attic insulation that meets the Building Code requirements for "under roof"/ above ceiling installation. A word of caution when having this product delivered - make sure you have a water tight or indoor area to store this when taking delivery packaging is NOT water resistant on the pallet.
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insulation is perfect. Definitely helped with the heating and cooling bill! Insulation is perfect. Definitely helped with the heating and cooling bill!
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was all wrapped easy to install. Packed in three... It was all wrapped easy to install. Packed in three so easy to transfer to the area that it’s needed.
Date published: 2018-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great insulatiion, a good product. Thank you Home Depot. Great insulatiion, a good product. Thank you Home Depot.
Date published: 2017-11-08
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