Cellulose Insulation

We can fullfill every insulation project you can imagine!

You can blow insulation into various parts of your home. One example is to blow it in the attic, but you can also blow it in the spaces between the ceiling and the rafters, or in your walls.

With cellulose insulation, you can make your home more efficient and comfortable. It is affordable too! Since it is made from recycled material, cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly option.

There are plenty of manufacturers in the United States - they use machinery to turn waste paper into a feather-like, airtight material. The levels of R-Value can be anywhere from R-1 to 4 per inch.

The borate-based solution we use is chemically and environmentally non-toxic. It also gives Cellulose a fire safety rating of 1, making it the best choice for commercial & residential buildings.

A bale made of cellulose is usually packed in bags and sent off to insulation installers and retail distributors.

Types of Cellulose Available:

Cellulose insulation is a very flexible product that uses both vapor and air barriers to provide the best home energy efficiency. It outperforms fiberglass insulation, yet does not present any issues with air escape.

In all cases, the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system should be sealed before installing new cellulose insulation. There are two ways of applying cellulose insulation: spraying or blowing.

Loose-Fill or Blown Cellulose

This type of insulation is typically used in unfinished attics. When the material is fed into a hopper it's shredded and then blown into the space through a long hose.

Densely-Packed Cellulose

This kind of insulation is most commonly used in small spaces and recesses. The installation process involves drilling a hole of 2 inches diameter with the insertion of a nozzle and pushing it through the cavity. When the process has been completed, this material fills up all holes and recesses and provides insulation against cold and draughts.

Wet Spray Cellulose

One of the most important things about new construction is that open stud bays offer easy access. Often, water (or sometimes even a binder) is added to the insulation to create an adhesive effect where it touches other parts of your building.

I'm sure you're aware that insulation is a good way to reduce your energy bills. At Spray Foam Insulation Today, we provide free quotes for environmentally friendly insulation upgrades. Call us now!

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