Installing Cellulose Insulation in Your Home

By: Danny Lipford

Cellulose insulation can be a great way to keep your home warm while helping the environment. To reduce air infiltration, holes and cracks in the walls are filled with foam and then cellulose insulation is sprayed in the walls. The insulation is made from 85% recycled newspapers with an adhesive added to allow it to adhere to the wall cavity.


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Installing Cellulose Insulation in Your Home