Cellulose Insulation in Houston

Spray cellulose insulation is an exceptional “green” choice. It is an energy saving insulation product made from recycled newsprint and other recycled paper. This blown cellulose insulation is applied in open cavities such as walls of new construction or remodeling projects. When applied it fills voids to create a complete thermal blanket. The interlocking fibers create a finished product that produces excellent thermal and superior sound properties. This type of blown cellulose will reduce sound power by 60%, allowing you to peacefully enjoy your home for many years to come.

Cellulose insulation, with its acoustical, thermal and air infiltration properties, can be installed in both attics and walls of residential and commercial buildings. Perfection Supply sells and installs cellulose insulation in the Houston area from Greenfiber, the producer of the first all-in-one insulation product for your home. This product can be applied as a loose fill cellulose insulation or spray cellulose insulation.GreenFiber logo

FAQs About Cellulose Insulation

Yes! Cellulose provides a thermal barrier for your home that improves its energy efficiency and allows your HVAC system to work less, reducing your energy bills.

Yes! It has a Class 1 flame spread rating and contains active fire-resistance materials to provide durable and excellent fire resistance.

Yes! Cellulose is an effective insulator for both existing walls and attics.

Cellulose insulation will last between 20-30 years under ideal conditions.

Yes! Over insulating your home will do more harm than good. Follow the recommended insulating guidelines to guarantee you install the proper amount for your climate and home.

Even More to Know About Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is growing in popularity for good reason. After reading the FAQs above, here are a few more things to know about this effective insulation choice:

  • It is resistant to mold growth and works to dissipate moisture for moisture management.
  • It does not contain asbestos or formaldehyde.
  • It is ideal for insulating older homes and adding R-value and filling gaps over existing insulation.
  • It is safe to touch and won’t irritate unprotected skin.
  • It won’t settle in sidewalls but will settle in attics until it reaches a stable density, like other blown insulation. All thermal performance testing is done at the settled thickness.
  • It has the lowest carbon footprint and the highest amount of net carbon storage of all the insulation types and can reduce the carbon footprint of your entire house.

Still have questions about cellulose insulation, particularly if it is right for your next project? Contact us today.