Cellulose Insulation Installed for Homeowners Throughout the Greater Madison, WI, Area
If you want to ensure that your home is properly insulated and as energy efficient as possible, there are a lot of different products to consider. However, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better option than cellulose insulation from Larson Home Services. We’re an experienced home improvement company that delivers top-of-the-line products for a fair price, and we offer blown-in insulation that will greatly improve your home’s thermal performance. We’ve been serving homeowners in Janesville, La Crosse, and other cities in the greater Madison, Wisconsin, area since 2001, and we’re proud to have served more than 3,000 satisfied customers and counting.
Watch this video to see how cellulose insulation outperforms fiberglass insulation.
The Benefits of Cellulose Insulation
Whether it’s used in an attic or in walls, cellulose insulation creates a tight thermal barrier that can reduce heating and cooling bills by as much as 32%. In addition to preventing heat transfer, it can reduce air infiltration through wall cavities and help prevent outside noise from invading your home. While fiberglass batts and roll insulation often leave gaps and voids that hurt performance, blown-in insulation provides even coverage. What’s more, the Dr. Energy Saver cellulose insulation is categorized as “super green” because it contains up to 85% recycled paper.
Exceptional Fire Resistance
During the manufacturing process, Dr. Energy Saver cellulose insulation is treated with both dry and liquid fire retardants. The result is an exceptional insulation with a Class 1 fire safety rating that meets and often exceeds stringent fire safety standards, helping to keep you and your family safe. As an added benefit, the treatments that are applied also make Tru-Soft™ blown-in insulation resistant to mold growth and insect infestation.
For attics, Dr. Energy Saver cellulose insulation is commonly applied using a blower to ensure even coverage and that it spreads to those hard-to-reach spots. If you’re interested in treating wall cavities, we can drill two-inch access holes to allow for injection, then patch the holes when finished. A third application option involves wet-spray cellulose, which is often used for new construction.
Get Started Today
If you’re ready to do something about your rising home energy costs, contact Larson Home Services today to learn more about our cellulose insulation products. We proudly serve Waunakee, Stoughton, Verona, McFarland, Middleton, DeForest, Mount Horeb, and other communities in the Greater Madison, WI, area.