Best Cellulose Insulation Installation in MA & RI | Anderson Insulation

Anderson Insulation is New England’s expert when it comes to cellulose installation. Following the energy crisis of the 1970s, Anderson Insulation started using cellulose Nu-Wool® insulation to insulate homes that previously had no insulation to save homeowners and companies money for heating and cooling costs. Decades later, we still find homes with little to no insulation.

Cellulose is a key way to insulate a home without having to do extensive renovations. It can be blown in from either the inside or outside. Today, many new construction homes are using cellulose insulation it their attics to meet the current building code standards.

Benefits of Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly insulation option that is made from recycled paper. It is very versatile and can be installed in almost every part of your home. Some benefits of cellulose insulation include:

  • Reduce Energy Bills.  This insulation will keep a consistent temperature in your home, helping your heating and cooling systems to use less energy. This saves you money every month on your energy bill.
  • Resists Fire and Discourages Mold. Cellulose is treated with boric acid, which makes it fire-resistant. This also makes this insulation resistant to mold. This will protect you and your family from the adverse health effects that mold can cause.
  • Noise Reduction. This dense material that cellulose is made up of will deaden the sound between the walls and floors in your house, therefore providing great sound reduction from the outdoors and from room to room.
  • Great Pest Control. The treatment of boric acid in cellulose insulation also has one more useful effect: it makes the insulation toxic to insects when eaten.

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