Homeowners from Rutland, VT to Keene, NH have many types of insulation products to choose from. Made largely from recycled paper, cellulose insulation from Green Fiber is one of the very best, offering a versatile solution for your home that will help you stay comfortable and lower heating and cooling costs.
The Benefits of Green Fiber Cellulose Insulation:
Environmentally friendly (up to 85% recycled product)
Fire and mold resistant (treated with boric acid)
Easy to install in existing walls
Highly rated at reducing noise levels
Where Can I Install Cellulose Insulation in My House?
Cellulose insulation is installed in two main ways:
Loose Blown Cellulose Insulation
Many homeowners choose loose blown cellulose for attic insulation upgrades. Cellulose is blown in a thick layer over the attic floor to keep heat out of your living spaces in the summer and cold temperatures from infiltrating in the winter.
Cavity Blown/ Dense Packed Cellulose Insulation
Looking to replace the existing insulation in the walls of your home or your floors without ripping them apart and making a big mess? With a series of small, strategically located holes, Vermont Foam Insulation can remove many kinds of old insulation and install blow in cellulose insulation, creating a tight, fire resistant thermal boundary.
For newer construction projects where drywall hasn’t been hung yet, dense packed cellulose is installed behind netting stapled to your wall studs, giving you the same level of eco-friendly thermal protection without the risk of settling.
Top Quality Cellulose Insulation Contractors Choose Green Fiber
Green Fiber is Vermont Foam Insulation’s go-to cellulose insulation manufacturer. We use Green Fiber’s 765LD all-borate cellulose, which meets ENERGY STAR efficiency standards, is fire and mold resistant, and is perfect to help your home handle Vermont and New Hampshire’s muggy summer weather.
Upgrade Your Home with Vermont Foam Insulation
Schedule a home energy audit with Vermont Foam Insulation today, where we’ll measure the amount of air and heat moving in and out of your house. Using diagnostic technology including blower door testing and infrared thermal cameras, we can pinpoint exactly where your home needs help, and make the best recommendations to help you lower energy costs and improve home comfort.
Plus, we can help you qualify for insulation incentives, including up to $5,500 in rebates, 0% interest home energy loans, federal tax credits, and more!