Wall insulation can be added to existing homes to create an additional thermal barrier between the interior of the home and the elements.
Blown-in cellulose insulation can be dense packed into exteriors wall to add R-value, protect it from the energy loss and improve the overall comfort and energy efficiency of a home. Blown-in cellulose insulation can also be added to interior walls to dampen sound and reduce noise transfer between rooms.
The product is installed by creating small access holes in the walls and blows insulation into that space with a machine. After the insulation is added, the holes are capped and sealed. Thinking of upgrading your exterior siding? This is a great time to upgrade exterior wall insulation.
In new home construction, the Blown-in Wall System provides a seamless, thermally efficient insulation solution for walls. Loose-fill fiberglass insulation is dense packed into the wall cavity behind a layer of plastic. This method completely fills any void in a wall cavity increasing its energy saving potential and reducing noise transfer.
As of April 2010, the State of Wisconsin requires any persons or company performing work on homes pre-1978 that have painted wood siding be certified in Lead Safe Work Practices. Rockweiler Insulation is certified by the state to safely perform this type of work. For more information on the hazards of lead contamination and proper safety practices while working around lead-based paint, please visit www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/lead.
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