Cellulose Blown Insulation

Protection Against the Elements


Cellulose Insulation is a type of wood- or paper-based product and is a trusted conventional insulation type. It is used to fill empty spaces in the structural part of a house to slow down the transmission of heat or cold. Cellulose insulation is thick, dense, and clumpy, with a consistency much like down feathers. The chief value of this shape and size is that the insulation can fit in tight areas and can conform around obstructions such as wires and ducts found in attics.

Benefits of Cellulose Blown Insulation

Easy to Install

A professional can take care of blown-in insulation much more quickly than they can install other types of insulation. Usually, two installers can do a house in a few hours.


Cellulose insulation technically can come from any cellular plant source, such as corncobs or sisal. But commercial cellulose insulations are generally derived from wood, and more specifically from paper: recycled newspapers, cardboard, office paper, and other common waste paper products. For this reason, cellulose insulation is considered an eco-friendly home product.

Higher R-Value

The R-value of cellulose is better than most other insulations. R-value is the amount of an insulating material needed to keep hot or cool air. The higher the better.


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