- Reduces sound power by 60%¹
- Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
- Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
Keep your home comfortable in extreme cold and hot temperatures all year round. Greenfiber blow-in cellulose insulation fills gaps and voids to create an energy saving thermal blanket that can lower heating and cooling costs by 25% and reduce sound power by 60%. Fire resistant treated insulation is made with 85% recycled material that meets a Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to evacuate.
- Ideal for use in attics and walls: creates a thermal blanket that fills voids and reduces sound
- Covers 40 sq. ft. per 19 lb. bag at R-19
- Provides a 60% reduction in sound power when dense packed in walls¹
- Reduces heating and cooling costs by 25%²
- Fire resistant treated insulation meets Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to escape
- Made with 85% recycled content
- No-itch formula doesn't require cutting tools; allowing for easy installation in just 3 steps: 1) assemble machine 2) place machine on flat, dry surface 3) point and blow-in
- Can be applied over existing insulation or in new construction
- ENERGY STAR
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- ¹In ﬁeld testing on identical 2x4 exterior wall types Greenﬁber R-13 Stabilized Spray-In Insulation outperforms R-15 unfaced ﬁberglass batts by 4 NIC rating points. 4 NIC pts 60% reduction in sound power. The weak point in the assembly such as ﬂanking through windows and doors will diminish the value of the reduction in sound power. Reduction in sound power is achieved through retrofitting, dense-packing or spray-applying cellulose in walls (contractor recommended installation). See manufacturer's installation instructions for full details on how to install to meet speciﬁcations.
- ²Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. Energy analysis of climate zones 1–7 using 2018 IECC refence home comparing R11 attic to DOE recommended attic insulation by climate.
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Model # INS541LD