The key to creating a comfortable home for you and your family: the proper insulation. Our experts are here to help find you the best insulation to keep utility costs low throughout every season.
Cellulose is one of the most environmentally friendly insulation materials, consisting of up to 80-85% recycled content. Our team installs cellulose insulation in the walls of homes and buildings.
No matter how large or small the area, you can depend on EcoLogic Energy Solutions to deliver a high-quality installation at a competitive price.
Give us a call at (203) 889-0505 or contact us online to schedule your cellulose insulation installation today!
Cellulose Insulation Installers Serving CT, NY, MA & RI
Cellulose is made from recycled newsprint and other recycled paper—consisting of up to 80-85% recycled content and requiring less energy to make than other types of insulation, it’s one of the most environmentally friendly insulation materials available.
Loose-fill cellulose insulation is ideal for insulating your attic or walls. It can help:
- Reduce your utility bills and maximize the energy efficiency of your home or building
- Make your home or building more comfortable year-round
- Reduce noises from outside and from inside your home or building between different rooms and levels
- Improve the performance of your air conditioner and furnace
- Protect against air and moisture infiltration (and help eliminate mold growth)
- Contribute to a healthier environment
Need a Cellulose Insulation Company in Connecticut?
We have experience with cellulose insulation installation for both new construction and retrofit jobs, and our professionals use quality cellulose insulation on each project. With many years of experience, EcoLogic Energy Solutions offers knowledge, experience and resources that few insulation companies can match.
Get in touch with us online to learn more about our insulation services. If you’re ready to start your project—call us at (203) 889-0505!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does cellulose insulation last?
Cellulose insulation lasts around 20-30 years under ideal conditions.
How do I know if I should install cellulose, fiberglass, or spray foam?
- Cellulose – Cellulose is a loose-fill product composed of small particles of pulverized paper and cloth, treated with a fire retardant. It’s blown into the attic and wall spaces under air pressure through hoses. Once installed, cellulose loose-fill insulation looks like mounds of freshly fallen snow covering the attic floor.
- Fiberglass – Fiberglass is the most common type of insulation. It’s the fluffy pink cotton candy-looking insulation. Fiberglass consists of a layer of spun glass fibers contained between paper or foil backing and pre-cut to standard sizes that fit between ceiling joists in the attic and framing studs inside walls. Because it rolls out easily into place, fiberglass batts can be installed quickly.
- Spray foam – Spray foam insulation is formed by mixing two liquid chemical components to produce a chemical reaction as it is sprayed onto a surface. The applied mixture rapidly expands to fill cracks and gaps, then dries to a stiff consistency with great insulating properties.
Is cellulose insulation safe?
Cellulose insulation has been deemed as safe. It is made of paper, but the chemical treatment provides it with permanent fire resistance. Independent testing confirms it’s safe and approved by all building codes.
Is cellulose insulation environmentally friendly?
Cellulose insulation is considered one of the most environmentally friendly insulation materials because it’s made of 80-85% recycled newsprint.
Are there any disadvantages to cellulose?
Cellulose has to be kept dry. This type of insulation absorbs up to 130% water by weight. It also dries very slowly after absorbing water and deteriorates and settles after wetting.