Cellulose Insulation | Overview & Application

Cellulose Insulation St Paul Minneapolis MN

Living in Minnesota, nature can be difficult to endure—especially throughout winter. We want to stay warm and comfortable and protect ourselves from nature while we also work to protect nature. Finding ways to combine technology with environmental consideration has become increasingly important.

In terms of insulating your home or office space, cellulose insulation offers a great example of efficiency and energy awareness. At Progressive Energy Insulation, we provide cellulose insulation that is 100% recycled material. Whether blown in or  dense packed in wall cavities, it can achieve the highest R-Value with air reduction while being a non-irritant product. For more information on further benefits of Cellulose Insulation continue reading below.

Benefits of Cellulose Insulation 

An alternative to spray foam and fiberglass insulation, cellulose insulation is the far “greener” choice of insulation. Made from a majority of recycled material— especially newspaper— cellulose is perfect for those individuals who not only strive to be more environmentally conscious, but want to save money as well. Cellulose insulation requires less energy manufacturing than alternatives such as fiberglass. It’s dense material halts moisture build-up and blocks off air movement. Used effectively for a variety of structures, cellulose is perfect for those looking to enhance existing insulation. This is because it can simply be layered on top of your existing material without removing anything. Through this additional layer of cellulose insulation, you can drastically improve the energy efficiency of your home or office by sealing off potential drafts or leakages of air. Apart from saving you money and keeping you warm, cellulose comes with a vast variety of advantages: the material is invulnerable to fire, offers insect prevention, protects your home from rot and mold, and even reduces noise travel. Central to the success of an efficient insulation system is the installation process. Progressive Energy Insulation offers professionals with years of quality experience so that we can ensure your satisfaction. C

Go “Green” with Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose insulation is the perfect opportunity for you to not only cut down your energy bills, but to do so in an environmentally conscious way. Maintain a comfortable temperature in your home or office throughout the entire year by taking advantage of cellulose insulation. Contact Progressive Energy Insulation – your local Minnesota Insulation Contractors for more information on Cellulose Insulation for your residential or commercial property.

At Progressive Energy Insulation, we offer our services to the entire Twin Cities Metro of Minneapolis and St Paul, including the following cities: 

Saint Paul, MN | Hugo, MN | Centerville, MN | White Bear Lake, MN | White Bear Township, MN | Vadnais Heights, MN | Shoreview, MN | North Oaks, MN | Dellwood, MN | Grant, MN | Withrow, MN | Mahtomedi, MN | Gem Lake, MN | Birchwood Village, MN | Pine Springs, MN | Stillwater, MN | Forest Lake, MN | Scandia, MN | Maple Island, MN | Arcola, MN | Marine on St Croix, MN | Columbus, MN | Wyoming, MN | East Bethel, MN | Ham Lake, MN | Ramsey, MN | Blaine, MN | Lexington, MN | Circle Pines, MN | Spring Lake Park, MN | new Brighton, MN | Mounds View, MN | Arden Hills, MN | Little Canada, MN | Roseville, MN | Falcon Heights, MN | North Saint Paul, MN | Oakdale, MN | Maplewood, MN | Lake Elmo, MN | Woodury, MN | Oak Park Heights, MN | Bayport, MN | Lakeland, MN | Minneapolis, MN | Twin Cities, Minnesota

If you want to find out more about the other services that we provide, feel free to view our complete insulation services below:  

Spray Foam Insulation | Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation | Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation | Fiberglass Insulation | Cellulose Insulation | Wall Insulation | Insulation Suck Out | Custom Insulation for Ice Houses and Campers | Attic Insulation | Blower Door Test | Energy Insulation Rebates | Weatherization and Energy Efficiency