Why We Use Blown-In Cellulose Insulation
Blown-in cellulose insulation is an eco-friendly and cost-effective option for insulating your home. Made from recycled paper products, it is treated with fire-retardant chemicals to enhance its durability and fire resistance.
The insulation is blown into the walls and attic of your home, creating a dense layer that reduces heat transfer and helps to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. Unlike traditional fiberglass insulation, blown-in cellulose insulation can be installed without disturbing your home’s walls or ceilings, making it a great option for retrofitting existing homes. Additionally, it can help to reduce noise transfer between rooms, creating a quieter and more peaceful living space.
Overall, blown-in cellulose insulation is a great choice for homeowners looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency and reduce their environmental impact.
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Blown-In Cellulose Insulation Compared To Other Materials
When we assess your home, it’s always our mission to recommend the best option for saving money and becoming energy efficient. Blown-in cellulose insulation has several advantages over other types of insulation, such as fiberglass and spray foam.
One major benefit of blown-in cellulose insulation is its eco-friendliness. Made from recycled paper products, it is an environmentally conscious choice that reduces waste and saves resources. In addition, this type of insulation is more effective at reducing noise transfer between rooms.
At Premier Insulation, we pride ourselves on providing top-quality insulation services while making it as hassle-free as possible for our customers. From the moment you contact us to schedule an appointment, to the final installation, we prioritize clear communication, timely service, and excellent workmanship. Read our reviews to see how we’ve helped others achieve energy savings, increased comfort, and peace of mind.
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Questions & Answers About Blown In Cellulose
It has a lifespan of up to 30 years, making it a solid option for longterm energy efficiency.
It is possible for mold to grow, but only in the case of a leak or flood being present. When Premier Insulation completes an assessment of your home we always look for indications of potential mold growth to ensure this never happens.
It is normal for cellulose insulation to settle, and if installed correctly should not hamper your energy efficiency.
If installed improperly or by an amateur, yes. But if done correctly, cellulose insulation poses little to no risk of catching fire.