Local Cellulose Insulation Installation in Greater Spokane, Coeur d’Alene
No one enjoys shivering in their home throughout a snowy, frigid Northwest winter. Sadly, many Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area homeowners find themselves doing just that because their homes are not as energy efficient as they should be. They are continuously wasting energy and money through poorly insulated walls and attics. This is especially troublesome during a harsh Inland Northwest winter.
If your home has trouble keeping a constant temperature and your energy bills are increasing, consider upgrading your insulation with the eco-friendly insulation choice of cellulose insulation.
What is Cellulose Insulation?
Cellulose insulation is a popular insulation used in residential and commercial settings that is made from up to 85% recycled paper and cardboard, a higher percentage than almost any other commonly used building material. Small pieces of paper are fiberized and treated with non-hazardous chemicals to act as a fire retardant and resist pests and mold. It is a safe, eco-friendly choice for homes and buildings and can be applied in two ways: in a dry/loose-fill form or as a wet spray to insulate attics, walls and floors.
Benefits of Cellulose Insulation
Choosing the right insulation for your Spokane or Coeur d’Alene area home is a big decision. Consider the benefits of cellulose insulation and why it might be the best insulation choice for you and your family:
Reduces Air Infiltration
A major cause of energy inefficiency is air entering your home through tiny cracks and crevices. Cellulose fills in the nooks and crannies, preventing outside air to enter your home or heated air to leak from your home.
Cellulose insulation is effective as a primary or secondary source of insulation. It works well whether you are building a new home or need to reinforce old or poorly installed batt insulation and it does not settle over time.
Proper insulation reduces your energy bills by giving your HVAC system a break from working so hard to keep your home or building at a comfortable temperature.
It won’t cause corrosion on metals or other materials it touches.
Resistant to Mold, Moisture and Fire
Cellulose is treated with a non-toxic chemical that not only allows it to control the spread of fire but also works to prevent the moisture that causes mold growth.
Excellent R-value Per Inch
You will receive more insulating power with cellulose than with other types of insulation.
We’re Here to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient. Since 1972, homeowners in the Inland Northwest have trusted the expert insulation team at Specialty Group to improve their home’s energy efficiency with our quality service and workmanship. We put our decades of experience to work for you so you can save money and use less energy. We are a proud local installer of cellulose insulation, and we are here to make your home a more comfortable place for your family to enjoy for many years to come.