Insulating a Nursery

Sound control is especially important in a baby's room. You'll want to make sure the room is as quiet as possible to help your baby sleep.

In addition to insulation, you can make the nursery quieter by padding and carpeting the floor, using acoustical materials in the room and installing a heavy, snug-fitting door.

JM fiberglass insulation is Formaldehyde-free™ for better indoor air quality. This means you can keep your little one warm and feel good about the materials you're using in your home.

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ComfortTherm® Formaldehyde-free™ fiberglass insulation is wrapped in plastic to reduce itch and dust during installation. It provides excellent temperature and noise control, and comes with a vapor-retarder or without a vapor-retarder for use in hot, humid climates.

Kraft-Faced Batts & Rolls

JM Kraft-faced Formaldehyde-free™ fiberglass insulation offers R-values ranging from R-11 to R-38, is ideal for moisture control in exterior walls and provides excellent temperature and noise control.

Unfaced Batts & Rolls

JM Unfaced Formaldehyde-free™ fiberglass insulation offers R-values ranging from R-11 to R-38, as well as effective thermal and noise control.

Sound & Fire Block® Mineral

Sound & Fire Block® mineral wool insulation helps delay the spread of fire between interior floors and rooms. Made from high-density, noncombustible materials and designed for maximum sound absorption, it also reduces noise transfer between interior walls, ceilings and floors.

Related How-to Guides

Install in Walls

This video will take you through the steps you’ll need to insulate your walls.

Install Around Objects

This video will guide you through the process of placing insulation around recessed lighting and other areas where you’re likely to encounter obstacles like electrical wiring, plumbing and air ducts.