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Naturally Better Insulation
What R-Value Really Means
  • What
  • R-Value
  • Really Means
  • Go Green With Cellulose Insulation for a Better Planet
  • Go Green With
  • Cellulose Insulation
  • for a Better Planet
  • Turning Waste Paper into Insulation for a Better Environment
  • Turning Waste Paper
  • into Insulation for a
  • Better Environment
  • Fills Wall Cavities Competely for Better Sealing
  • Fills Wall Cavities
  • Competely
  • for Better Sealing
  • Blow-In Attics for Better Insulation Coverage
  • Blow-In Attics
  • for Better
  • Insulation Coverage
  • Class A Fire Rated for Better Fire Protection
  • Class A Fire Rated
  • for Better
  • Fire Protection
  • Where To Install Insulation

    The most common locations for installing insulation in a home are attics and exterior walls. However, to gain the maximum impact and energy savings from your insulation, it should also be installed in ceilings with unheated spaces above, overhangs, sun-rooms, basements and other specialty areas like garages. Cellulose insulation can also be installed in interior walls between rooms for increased sound proofing and greater fire safety.

    The diagram below shows the places that we recommend installing or adding Cellulose insulation in homes.

    Illustration of where to install insulation to stop air leaks in a home
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