Attic Insulation: Blown-In

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Cellulose insulation is a cost-effective way to make your home a more comfortable place to be. Plus, it's also an eco-friendly option! From a blowing machine that attaches to a hose that you can move around as needed, this kind of insulation makes it easy for you to maintain maximum efficiency - and maximum environmental integrity as well!

Green Product

You can save a significant amount of energy by using cellulose. Up to 40%. One important thing to note is that it's made from recycled newspaper, which makes it much more environmentally friendly. You should also know that here at Celluhid we offer finance packages for those who would like to make the switch now!

The Federal Commission for Consumer Protection has approved over 60 different brands of cellulose that are both safe and high quality.

This cellulose insulation is made from your newspaper and has a high R-rating. We add natural boric acid to the mix, making the product fire resistant and insect resistant.

Affordable/Better R-Value/Quick Installation

Cellulose is specifically used to fill drywall gaps or holes in an unfinished attic. It can also be blown between studs for moisture protection to keep the house dry. Bags of cellulose, which come in large tight packages, are charged into the machine before it gets blown - usually out of doors.

A blower connected to the machine picks up blocks of cellulose and blows them into the attic. This ensures that all areas are insulated.

Blown-in insulation is a popular method of insulating attics. It's quick, clean, and efficient. And the application process usually only takes one day! Though there may be some dust involved that can't always be avoided, it's not hazardous. Just ask experts at Spray Foam Insulation Today.

Installing our Air Ceiling with Insulation Upgrade in your attic will cut your energy costs by 40% compared to doing nothing at all. You'll feel much better due to the proper insulation and you'll be able to start saving money right away, no matter how often you use your AC or heater.

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