Choosing the right insulation for your home or building is something that should be held to the highest standard. Most consumers have the common misconception that the higher the R-value the better the performance of the insulation. Well…the truth is that is not always the case. In fact each building is created different and the requirements will vary according to site, and current conditions of your home. R-Value is a measure of a materials thermal conduction, and measures only one of the factors that determine how an insulation product will perform. There are basically three choices of insulation for your home; fiber glass, cellulose and sprayed foam insulation.
More often than not our homes are poorly insulated and have tons of gaps and penetrations leaking cold air in and hot air out, a buildings level of comfort is seriously comprised. Heating & Cooling bills rise and hard earned money goes to local utility companies.
Think of insulation as the extra blanket being thrown over your home to add the needed protection, comfort and acoustical barrier we need to achieve our maximum living potential. It is in our best interest to choose a blanket or insulation that is highly efficient and also environmentally sound. Health is a key factor in our productivity, cellulose insulation is the BEST AND MOST HEALTHY form of insulation out in the mark today.
At North Shore Construction Services we are proud partners of National Fiber, and use their premium quality Cel-Pak Cellulose insulation ONLY! National Fibers Cel-Pak Cellulose is the cleanest insulation you can buy. National Fiber manufacturers Cel-Pak in New England making it even better for the environment, lower emissions as the cellulose has to travel fewer miles before it gets to your home!
Cel-Pak Cellulose is a premium quality insulation made from over issue newsprint, and carefully selected post-consumer newsprint. Treated with a natural mineral borate (never ammonium sulfate) is added to the cellulose which provides a Class A fire rating and resistance to mold and pests.