Call in the Experts: TruTeam’s Cellulose Insulation
Today’s homebuyers want to move into a house that is as energy efficient as possible. Cellulose is made from environmentally-friendly plant fibers and recycled newspaper, making it one of the most sustainable insulation products available.
TruTeam’s highly-trained insulation installers use cellulose that is treated with a flame retardant for additional safety. As a loose-fill product, it’s easy and hassle-free to blow into tight, uniquely-shaped spaces. It’s also a fast and cost-effective soundproofing and noise-reduction material to install into new homes.
Why Use Cellulose Insulation?
- Includes 82-85% recycled material
- Provides superior noise control
- Helps you build more energy-efficient homes
- Conforms to oddly-shaped obstructions within walls crevices
- Treated with flame retardant
How Our Installers Apply Cellulose Insulation
Our highly-trained insulation installers install the final product in wall cavities, attics, and other areas throughout a home. For new construction, our team uses machinery to install cellulose insulation as an either damp spray or dry behind netting. Damp spray is typically ready for wall covering within 24 hours of installation. To install dry, the cellulose is blown into netting stapled over building cavities or installed as batts into the wall.