Our experienced crews will completely fill and insulate walls and attic voids, forming a seamless obstruction that significantly reduces the flow of heat and virtually eliminates home air infiltration. It’s this intrusion of outside air that carries extreme temperatures, moisture, and pollutants into your home—all of which causes high utility bills, structural damage, and even health problems.
Cellulose insulation installation qualifies for many electric utility rebate programs. Diversified Energy is an active participating contractor of the Energy Smart Program of New Orleans, the Entergy Solutions Program of Entergy Louisiana/Gulf states, Entergy Solutions Arkansas, and the Cleco Residential Energy Solutions Program. Utility programs like these are constantly updating the qualifying requirements and incentive amounts. Please check with us to learn more about how Diversified can help you take advantage of these programs.
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Benefits Of Cellulose Insulation
Cellulose insulation is a type of insulation that is made from recycled paper products and is treated with fire retardants and other chemicals to improve its performance and safety.
The benefits of cellulose insulation include:
Energy Efficiency: Cellulose insulation is an effective insulator, helping to reduce heat transfer and improve energy efficiency, making homes and buildings more comfortable and reducing energy costs.
Sustainability: Cellulose insulation is made from recycled materials, making it a sustainable choice for homeowners who are concerned about the environment.
Improved Indoor Air Quality: Cellulose insulation is made from natural and non-toxic materials, and it does not release any harmful substances, helping to improve indoor air quality and reduce the risk of exposure to allergens and pollutants.
Soundproofing: Cellulose insulation has excellent soundproofing properties, helping to reduce noise transmission and improve the overall acoustics of a home.
Fire Resistance: Cellulose insulation has been treated with fire retardants, making it a safe choice for homes and buildings.
Easy to Install: Cellulose insulation is easy to install, and it can be blown into walls, ceilings, and attics using specialized equipment.
Affordability: Cellulose insulation is a cost-effective choice for homeowners, as it is relatively cheap compared to other types of insulation.
In conclusion, cellulose insulation is an excellent choice for homeowners who are looking for an energy-efficient, sustainable, and affordable insulation solution. With its wide range of benefits, including improved indoor air quality, fire resistance, and soundproofing, cellulose insulation is a popular choice for homeowners and builders alike.
FAQs About Cellulose Insulation
There are numerous benefits to cellulose insulation, including energy savings, increased comfort, and sound control. Just to name a few.
Cellulose provides energy savings through effective insulation value. Since stabilized cellulose insulation is blown in place, it completely fills the cavities, providing a seamless installation. A seamless installation means there won’t be any gaps or spaces that can occur when products like fiberglass batt insulation are installed. This means you get full value for your money and the highest insulation R-value for the price.
Properly insulating your home is like keeping money in your pocket every month. You can spend a little bit today, and realize savings for years. Or, you can keep dumping money into the pockets of your electric company.
A home insulated with stabilized cellulose insulation is a comfortable home because your cooling and heating equipment don’t have to work as hard to achieve your desired indoor temperature. Proper insulation makes it easier for your home to hold the desired temperature
A properly insulated home also means that every room becomes “the best room in the house,” because gone are the day of “that’s the hot room,” or “that’s the cold room.”
A quiet home should be relaxing and serene. Cellulose completely fills the intended space making it difficult for sound to pass. Unwanted noise affects comfort, concentration, and behavior. By insulating the interior walls of a home you will be able to enjoy the comfort of participating in different activities simultaneously throughout the building without the associated noise. Cellulose insulation’s sound control is also ideal for businesses and multi-family homes.
The cost for installing cellulose insulation will depend on the point of installation – walls or attic, the depth of insulation installed, and the overall square footage covered. Due to the high volume of cellulose insulation we install, our prices are extremely competitive, and we can include other insulation contractors who can’t or don’t.
Cellulose insulation pairs perfectly with other Diversified Energy home performance services like air sealing, duct sealing, and duct cleaning. Plus, cellulose insulation qualifies for many available electric utility incentive programs to make it more affordable than other insulation options.
If you have questions, or to get a free quote, contact us today!
Cellulose insulation qualifies for many electric utility rebate programs. Diversified Energy is an active participating contractor of the Energy Smart Program of New Orleans, the Entergy Solutions Program of Entergy Louisiana/Gulf states, Mississippi Power’s Energy Checkup, and the Cleco Residential Energy Solutions Program. Utility programs like these are constantly updating the qualifying requirements and incentive amounts. Please check with us to learn more about how Diversified can help you take advantage of these programs.