If you are searching for a greener and potentially cheaper alternative to fiberglass or foam insulation, cellulose can be an ideal solution. While successful installation does require professional expertise, the long-term benefits of properly installed cellulose insulation can save you resources and money while helping you leave a smaller energy footprint.
To find out more about installing cellulose insulation in your home or commercial building, call (970) 524-3060 today. We serve clients in Silverthorne, Dillon, Eagle, Vail, Glenwood Springs, Aspen, and surrounding areas.
Green Building with Cellulose Insulation
When it comes to building insulation, there are a variety of effective options to choose from, but if you have any interest in keeping your environmental impact low and your project green, you need to consider cellulose insulation. As a non-toxic material made mostly from recycled newspaper, cellulose insulation is cheaper than foam and can actually outperform fiberglass.
Benefits of installing cellulose insulation can include:
- Long-term financial savings
- Increased thermal performance
- More effective sound insulation
- Higher fire safety ratings
- Enhanced mold and pest control
Alternatively, the disadvantages and limitations of cellulose insulation are minimal. Many of the potential drawbacks are actually due to improper installation as a result of inexperienced installers who fail to comply with building codes or lack the skills to perform a successful install. That’s why Peak Interiors employs only the most experienced hands with exceptional training in installation methods and quality control techniques to get the job done right the first time.
An Experienced Team to Install Your Cellulose Insulation
The performance of cellulose insulation relies heavily on proper installation. At Peak Interiors, cellulose insulation is the only material we work with, and our experienced crew has years of expertise working with cellulose on both commercial and residential projects. We know the building codes and we understand how to utilize each type of application to achieve optimal benefits.
Types of Cellulose Installation
This green insulation can be installed in several forms, including:
- Loose fill dry cellulose (an effective option for retrofitting old homes)
- Wet-spray cellulose (ideal for new wall construction)
- Stabilized cellulose (commonly used for attic or roof insulation)
- Low-dust cellulose (useful in homes with occupants sensitive to paper dust)
Depending on the specifications of your project, we will help you choose the right option so that you can get optimal performance while leaving a minimal impact on the environment.
If you have questions about the performance, cost or installation of cellulose installation in Eagle County, Pitkin County, Summit County or surrounding areas on Colorado’s western slope, call Peak Interiors at (970) 524-3060 today.