Blown-in Cellulose Insulation
Why Cellulose For Attic Insulation?
We strongly suggest cellulose insulation because it provides nearly the same R-value as spray foam at approximately 60% less cost!
uses stabilized cellulose insulation for your attic floor space. The Department of Energy’s recommended R-value
in the Toledo area is R-49 (R-60 if you have an electric furnace).
will prepare your attic floor and floor joists in your attic with rulers to be sure the proper amount of cellulose is installed. Specialized baffles are installed up the rafters from the soffit area allowing proper air flow throughout your attic.
will box around canned lighting, attic-fans, and entry access to insure fire safety. We’ll also blow-in cellulose insulation
in your walls if you would like. We encourage this for fire safety and continued insulation without “shrinkage.”
We use a cellulose dense pack
that has a higher density and therefore is perfect for wall installation. Cellulose provides superb energy savings along with an excellent reduction in air infiltration. When installing cellulose insulation
in your home it provides long-term value, comfort and a tremendous return on your investment.
The cellulose insulation we install is made of up to 85% recycled materials, manufactured by ECI. Cellulose is “Green friendly.” Not only will cellulose conserve energy it will also reduce noise levels about your home. Cellulose insulation also is an excellent fire retardant. In nearly every test, cellulose provides you more time to save your belongings and home if you should experience a fire. Cellulose also produces less smoke (should there be a fire) than other forms of insulation, giving you and your family greater safety.
The cellulose we use is also specially treated to keep insects and rodents away. Installing cellulose insulation is by far the superior, all natural insulating product that will exceed all your expectations. All cellulose insulation products are not the same! Find out why more and more homeowners choose Insulation Toledo to insulate their homes.
For more information call: (419) 469-2011