Blown-in cellulose insulation is typically installed by a professional installer with pneumatic equipment and can be used in wall cavities and is also good for unfinished attic floors, irregularly shaped areas and for filling in around obstructions.
Cellulose insulation is made almost exclusively from over-issue news which is the highest quality newsprint available. Carefully blended with special chemicals, cellulose insulation provides optimum density and permanent fire retardant.
New England homeowners choose cellulose insulation for:
- Eco-friendly materials (all recycled materials)
- Non-irritating to the skin (contains no formaldehyde, no asbestos and no glass fibers)
- Lasting fire resistance with superior flame retardant qualities
- Significant sound barrier qualities and moisture control
Our Bruin employees are trained crews that know how to proficiently insulate and protect your home. We specialize in using National Fiber cellulose insulation. Contact Bruin for more information on blown-in cellulose insulation.