With new insulation, you increase the stability and efficiency of your home. Green insulation creates a tough barrier against drafts, pollen, pollutants, dust, moisture, and noise and offers multiple benefits from recycling old materials to eliminating health risks. While the initial cost of installing eco-friendly insulation may be higher than traditional insulation, the savings in monthly utility bills outweighs the extra cost over the course of time. When paired with other available building components, eco-friendly insulation can reduce monthly heating and cooling bills by up to 50% when compared to traditionally insulated homes.
Because our eco-friendly products create a continuous, sealed thermal envelope around your home or structure, in many cases, you also can save additional money by reducing the required size of the HVAC (heating and air conditioning) unit.
When you choose green products, you benefit your family, the environment, and future homeowners because you opt for eco-friendly and energy-saving solutions.
• Blown Cellulose – Cellulose Insulation typically consists of ground-up newspaper or recycled plastics. It is less expensive and more efficient than the leading competitor fiberglass, and you will have a better seal against air infiltration.