Dense Pack Cellulose Insulation in Vermont
Dense pack cellulose can be used to reduce air infiltration and provide excellent sound insulation. Studies have shown that up to 33% of air leakage in a home or commercial building is eliminated with the use of dense pack cellulose insulation. It slows down, and in some cases, stops the overall movement of air through a building’s thermal envelope.
Carbon Conscious Insulation
Cellulose insulation is contrived from old newspaper and reconstructed wood pulp. This combination of materials is then treated with a naturally occurring mineral compound called Borate which significantly improves resistance to fire, moisture, mold, vermin and more. Properly installed, cellulose insulation creates a thermal barrier far superior to traditional fiberglass or other insulations. Unlike most other installers, we are trained in the proper application of cellulose.
Cellulose Insulation Facts
- 38% stronger sealing properties, as compared to fiberglass
- 24% reduction in air infiltration
- 22-55% greater fire resistance
- superior moisture, vermin and mold resistance
- Greater soundproofing and vibration-dampening