Not sure how many bags you need for your next job? Here is a list of removal jobs that we or our clients have used on past insulation removal jobs.
|Sqft||Depth||Insulation Type||Bags Used|
|970 sqft||16"||White fiberglass||6 bags|
|1609 sqft||2"||Rockwool||6 bags 3/4 full|
|1000 sqft||2"||Mineral wool||5 bags 1/2 full|
|4000 sqft||6"||Pink fiberglass||27 bags|
|1650 sqft||2"||Mineral / 3" white fiber||7 bags|
|1850 sqft||10"-12"||Cellulose & pink fiberglass mix||15 bags|
|2013 sqft||6"||Yellow fiberglass||6 bags|
|1400 sqft||15"||Yellow fiberglass||10 bags|
|2000 sqft||6"||Rock wool||20 bags|
|1650 sqft||2"/3"||Cellulose / rock||8 bags|
|450 sqft||4"||Pink fiberglass||4 bags|
|2000 sqft||6-7"||White fiberglass||9 bags|
More removal jobs coming soon.
You can fill these bags full to the max with typical pink and white fiberglass and load them up easy. These bags can get heavy if you fill them with a heavy product like cellulose or rock wool all the way full and continuously pack the insulation down. It took 2 guys to drag the heavy bags away. You can drag and pull these bags across the driveway or down the sidewalk without them tearing and they stack up nicely. We tied the bag closed and made a loop at the end of the bag and hooked them up to a winch and pull them into our trailer and the winch hook did not tear the loop we made at the end of the bags.