Cellulose Insulation, Houston, TX

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Cellulose insulation helps to reduce your carbon footprint in multiple ways.

When you are looking for ways to make your home greener and more energy-efficient, one of the best things you can do is look at the things that are used often and regularly, such as your HVAC system. Keep in mind, however, that if your insulation is lacking, having a quality and efficient HVAC system will not do all the good that you hope it will. Here at 31-W Insulation, we want to help you make the most of your home’s efficiency and have plenty of ways that we can make your home greener with insulation, especially cellulose insulation.

Cellulose Insulation in Houston, Texas

Cellulose insulation is a form of insulation that is made from recycled newsprint, cardboard and other paper products. Once it has been treated and dried, it is shredded into a form of insulation that works wonders in a variety of spaces. Because it is treated with fire retardant and often insect or rodent repellant, you don’t have to worry about it catching fire or becoming an inviting home to unwanted creatures like you would see if it were just shredded newsprint. This form of insulation is the only insulation type made from recyclable materials, making it a greener choice for an eco-conscious homeowner.

Because cellulose insulation is a greener form of insulation, you can choose to decrease your carbon footprint by using it. Not only will you save piles of paper and paper products from the landfill, but you’ll also be able to reduce your carbon footprint by making your HVAC system run more efficiently due to proper insulation. If you would like to learn more about cellulose insulation for your home, please give us a call today!

Right here in Texas, we also offer cellulose insulation in Leander, San Antonio, Haslet and Rowlett. 31-W is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee & Kentucky.