Blown Cellulose Insulation for Your Twin Falls Home
On average, Twin Falls blown in cellulose insulation is 2-3 inches thinner than fiberglass insulation when both have the same R values. Blown in cellulose insulation and fiberglass insulation both perform well to insulate buildings.
However, the performance of the insulation varies greatly depending on the quality of the installation workmanship. This is typically more true for cellulose insulation than fiberglass insulation.
Cellulose is a naturally superior material for insulation. The long, inter-locking fibers of recycled newsprint resist settling and creates an exceptional thermal barrier. Cellulose provides exceptional resistance to fire, moisture, mold, and vermin. No other insulation can claim these benefits and also provide the superior thermal and sound insulation that comes naturally to cellulose.
Cellulose insulation actually helps make Twin Falls homes safer by providing up to 50% better fire resistance than fiberglass. Occupants have more time to reach safety. Cellulose's unique liquid-injected fire retardants penetrate deep into cellulose fibers for added safety.
Our Twin Falls Insulation Contractor Provides
We Provide Blown Cellulose Insulation In The Following Areas
Twin Falls County, ID - Minidoka County, ID - Blaine County, ID - Cassia County, ID - Lincoln County, ID - Jerome County, ID - Gooding County, ID
Acequia, ID - Bellevue, ID - Buhl, ID - Burley, ID - Carey, ID - Castleford, ID - Declo, ID - Dietrich, ID - Eden, ID - Filer, ID - Gooding, ID - Hagerman, ID - Hailey, ID - Hansen, ID - Hazelton, ID - Heyburn, ID - Jerome, ID - Ketchum, ID - Kimberly, ID - King Hill, ID - Minidoka, ID - Murtaugh, ID - Oakley, ID - Paul, ID - Richfield, ID - Rupert, ID - Shoshone, ID - Twin Falls, ID - Wendell, ID