The blown insulation provides a dense and effective barrier against heat loss that is also among the greenest insulation options. It offers a low impact on the environment, while delivering immediate energy savings when installed in attics, walls and hard to reach spaces.
Proper installation is a must for blown-in, or loose-fill, insulation. Special equipment and safety measures are required to ensure long-term performance. In addition to being a mostly recycled product, cellulose blown-in insulation includes fire retardant properties. It also resists insects, rodents and mold and forms a good sound barrier.
There’s no question energy efficient appliances and home improvements help the environment and create savings on our utility bills.
When it comes to keeping heating and cooling costs in check, insulation is the first line of defense. In the winter, heated air moves from living spaces to attics, garages, and the great outdoors. Heating systems fire up to replace all that lost heat. In the summer, air conditioners kick on as heat moves from the outside in.