with General contractor Tom Silva | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Retrofit Cellulose Insulation

with General contractor Tom Silva | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Retrofit Cellulose Insulation

In some parts of the U.S. — notably northern New England — cellulose insulationThermal insulation made from recycled newspaper or other wastepaper; often treated with borates for fire and insect protection. has been widely used for more than 30 years. In other parts of the U.S., however, cellulose insulation is just beginning to gain traction.

In some parts of the U.S. — notably northern New England — cellulose insulationThermal insulation made from recycled newspaper or other wastepaper; often treated with borates for fire and insect protection. has been widely used for more than 30 years. In other parts of the U.S., however, cellulose insulation is just beginning to gain traction.

Basics of installing cellulose insulation. Even if we don't DIY, lots of good info to specify in a contract with an insulation contractor.

Basics of installing cellulose insulation. Even if we don't DIY, lots of good info to specify in a contract with an insulation contractor.

Blown in cellulose insulation in existing walls Vaudreuil Montreal Westmount Roof Cellulose Insulation West-Island 514-569-0065 Montreal Monteregie Services  Specialties: Ville Cellulose Insulation Contractor Greater Montreal,qc West-Island Vaudreuil Cellulose Insulation Services Residential Commercial Industrial, Renovation, Soundproofing, Windows, Urethane Condo House Appartment and more…  Insulation Contractor DDO  http://www.isolationvaudreuil.com

Blown in cellulose insulation in existing walls Vaudreuil Montreal Westmount Roof Cellulose Insulation West-Island 514-569-0065 Montreal Monteregie Services Specialties: Ville Cellulose Insulation Contractor Greater Montreal,qc West-Island Vaudreuil Cellulose Insulation Services Residential Commercial Industrial, Renovation, Soundproofing, Windows, Urethane Condo House Appartment and more… Insulation Contractor DDO http://www.isolationvaudreuil.com

This is part 1 of the prep work we did to get everything ready to blow GreenFiber cellulose insulation in our attic. At the bottom of this post we have a link to every post in this series if you want to check out the whole shebang :) The goal of day 1 was to get all the …

This is part 1 of the prep work we did to get everything ready to blow GreenFiber cellulose insulation in our attic. At the bottom of this post we have a link to every post in this series if you want to check out the whole shebang :) The goal of day 1 was to get all the …

R-VALUE: 40.0, SUITABLE FOR: new construction, retrofitTHERMAL PERFORMANCE: At R-3.5 per in., the cellulose in this system yields an overall value of R-40.PROS:• Familiar building process means lower labor costs with readily available materials.• If cellulose is used, the project has a lower environmental impact.• Large moisture-storage capacity allows wall cavities to dry gradually.CONS:• Fairly involved insulation process can add to labor costs.• Reduces interior space by 3%.

R-VALUE: 40.0, SUITABLE FOR: new construction, retrofitTHERMAL PERFORMANCE: At R-3.5 per in., the cellulose in this system yields an overall value of R-40.PROS:• Familiar building process means lower labor costs with readily available materials.• If cellulose is used, the project has a lower environmental impact.• Large moisture-storage capacity allows wall cavities to dry gradually.CONS:• Fairly involved insulation process can add to labor costs.• Reduces interior space by 3%.

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