What are the benefits of using Stabilized Cellulose?
Stabilized Cellulose Insulation is formulated from recycled paper fibers and is treated for fire resistance, resulting in lasting thermal performance and reassuring safety. With a self-contained dry adhesive, Stabilized Cellulose Insulation is designed to be damp-sprayed into walls and attic voids by forming a seamless, structural blanket. This significantly reduces the flow of heat, and virtually eliminates air infiltration, and sound transmission.
Stabilized Cellulose Insulation can reduce your utility bill by up to 40%.
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Stabilized Cellulose Insulation, by reducing air infiltration, also helps to keep the conditioned air already inside your home where it belongs!
Quick Facts About Stabilized Cellulose:
Cellulose is the safest, most energy-efficient, most environmentally-sound insulation available. Why in the world do we ever use anything else?
– Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association (CIMA)
- Increased energy efficiency — 20-30% more than fiberglass
- Made from up to 75-85% recycled paper – this is a Green Product
- Industry-leading low-dust formula
- Reduces air infiltration – less heat gets out, less cold gets in
- High-density packing insulation
- Better Sound Resistance
- Fire Resistant — 22-55% more fire-resistant than fiberglass — meets ASTM C1497 standard
- Does not reduce interior or exterior air quality
- Can be installed over pre-existing inefficient insulation (retrofit)
- Qualifies for LEED certification points
- Approved under all industry, federal & international building codes & standards
- Reduced installation time
- Is primarily produced locally from Iowa and Midwest-sourced materials
How Stabilized Cellulose is installed
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