Cellulose blown-in insulation is a type of thermal insulation material made from recycled paper products, primarily newspapers and cardboard. Here's a brief description: Cellulose insulation is created by treating paper fibers with fire retardant chemicals to enhance its fire resistance. These treated fibers are then blown into wall cavities, attics, or other spaces using specialized equipment. Once installed, it forms a dense and effective barrier against heat transfer, helping to keep buildings cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. One of its key advantages is its eco-friendliness, as it's made from recycled materials and is often considered a more sustainable option compared to some other insulation materials. Additionally, cellulose insulation has good thermal performance, soundproofing properties, and can reduce energy bills. However, it may settle over time, which might require topping up the insulation. Overall, cellulose blown-in insulation is a popular choice for improving the energy efficiency and comfort of homes and buildings.
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