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Cellulose Insulation Services: Blown in Cellulose & Loose-Fill

Cellulose insulation, an eco-friendly and budget-conscious option, is made from recycled newspaper treated with borate. This chemical-free insulation reduces gaps and seals better than batt insulation, making it a popular choice among green builders.

Ecologically Friendly

It can be hard to find building materials that are as friendly to the environment as cellulose. It’s a simple material that doesn’t require much processing. It’s lightweight and saves a lot of energy for homeowners by protecting against leaks. Homeowners don’t need to throw away partial batts of unused insulation when they use blown-in cellulose insulation, so it’s virtually waste-free.

High Performing Blown Cellulose Insulation & Surrounding Areas

This is an insulation that will help seal your house all the way. Many other types of insulation leave gaps, so this is a preferred method of insulating a house for many people. The small particles are what creates this tight seal. They are significantly smaller than the layers of insulation that come in fluffy batts. Blowing the cellulose insulation in keeps the material strong and tightly sealed inside the house.


This insulation is tough to beat for safety. With a chemical-free and formaldehyde-free process, it’s already one of the top picks for many homeowners. But it is also fire-retardant via a borate treatment. You can rest easy knowing that the walls in your home aren’t prone to fires.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cellulose insulation is a type of insulation material made from recycled paper products, primarily newspaper, treated with fire retardants to make it safe and highly effective at reducing heat transfer.
Cellulose insulation helps improve energy efficiency, reduce utility bills, enhance indoor comfort, and contributes to a more eco-friendly living environment.
Yes, cellulose insulation is eco-friendly because it is made from recycled paper materials and is a sustainable choice for insulation.
Cellulose insulation should be installed by professionals experienced in its application to ensure optimal performance.
Yes, cellulose insulation is treated with fire retardants to make it safe and compliant with fire safety regulations.
Cellulose insulation often has a higher R-value compared to fiberglass insulation and provides better thermal performance.
Yes, cellulose insulation can help reduce sound transmission, making your home quieter and more comfortable.

Cellulose insulation is versatile and can be used in both new construction projects and retrofitting older homes for energy efficiency.

With proper installation and maintenance, cellulose insulation can last the lifetime of your home.

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Contact us today to schedule an insulation inspection and learn more about our services. In addition, our experts will work with you to determine the best insulation type for your specific needs and budget.