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Blown-In Cellulose Wall Insulation

If you’re looking for an effective, environmentally friendly insulation option for your home, cellulose insulation is a great choice. Cellulose insulation is made from recycled newspapers and other waste paper that would otherwise be dumped in landfills.

Cellulose insulation is blown into wall cavities and even attics to provide a thick layer of insulation that provides the R-value your home needs. Dr. Energy Saver specializes in cellulose insulation, and we can help you get the right services for your needs! If you’re interested in cellulose insulation for your home, contact us today to get started. We can provide you with a comprehensive energy evaluation to determine where any additional insulation could be applied to start saving you money.

How Does Cellulose Insulation Work?

Cellulose insulation is made from recycled materials that are ground into a fluffy, lightweight material with insulation value as high as R-4 per in. The insulation is treated with a non-toxic borate solution that gives the material a Class 1 fire safety rating (the highest available), while also making it resistant to mold and insects.

Cellulose insulation is installed in your home by being blown into the cavity that needs insulation, be it an open attic or an enclosed wall. One of the best features of cellulose insulation is that it can usually be installed over the existing insulation, saving time and money.

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The Three Types of Cellulose Insulation

Blown cellulose insulation is an affordable solution that can dramatically improve comfort and energy efficiency.

Cellulose insulation offers impressive versatility in terms of application possibilities. Although cellulose forms a much denser and more effective insulation layer than fiberglass, it should still be installed after air sealing is completed. If you choose cellulose insulation for your home, there are several different types available:

  • Loose-fill or blown cellulose: Loose-fill cellulose is frequently used to insulate unfinished attics. It’s installed by feeding cellulose into a hopper and blower unit that supplies shredded cellulose through a long hose, where it is blown into the attic. For this reason, this insulation method is often called blown-in cellulose. Blown cellulose installs over the existing insulation and raises the R-value to recommended levels.
  • Dense-pack cellulose: Dense-pack cellulose is used to insulate wall cavities and other enclosed spaces. This application technique calls for 2-in.-diameter access holes to be drilled into the cavities so that a small application nozzle can be inserted to inject the insulation. This method completely fills the space with the maximum amount of insulation, as the name suggests. Access holes are plugged when the job is complete.
  • Wet spray cellulose: Wet spray cellulose is used to insulate open stud bays in new construction. Adding water and (in some cases) a binder compound to the dry cellulose enables the sprayed-on insulation to stick to itself and other building components. This method offers air sealing and insulation in one step.

Duct Insulation

In addition to expanding the amount of insulation in your walls, we provide services to insulate your ducts as well. We do this to both seal off the ducts from any outside air as well as prevent any leaks as the air travels through your home. Doing this will both improve the efficiency of your system which will reduce the overall running time of your heating and air conditioning as well as reduce energy costs to save you money.

Get Quality Cellulose Insulation for Your Home Today

If you have insufficient insulation in your attic or walls, cellulose insulation from Lamunyon Restoration could be the right answer for your home. Our insulation experts will evaluate your home and recommend the right cellulose insulation services for your needs. Contact us today to get started with a free estimate on cellulose insulation for your home!

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