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Whether you are installing Sanctuary® in your attic or working with a contractor to have it installed in your attics, walls, ceilings or floors, it can forever change the way you and your family live and enjoy your home.

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Whether you are a DIYer or a professional contractor, when installing cellulose attic insulation, you will need to use a blower hose to spray the cellulose insulation material across the attic floor and into cavities to ensure the areas are filled evenly and to the required thickness depending on the R-value needed. Using Greenfiber's cellulose blown-in insulation is a quick and easy way to insulate an attic. In most cases, it will only take one or two days to install. This is much shorter than the time it would take to install traditional insulation such as faced batting or rolling.

For those who want a sustainable, efficient option for their wall insulation, Greenfiber® cellulose insulation is a smart choice. It can be installed in various ways — loose-filled, dense-packed or spray-applied — making it perfect for sidewall insulation needs. And since it can often be installed right over existing insulation, there's no need to remove the old material first. This makes the process quick and easy and ensures you’ll reach the necessary R-value with little effort with our cellulose wall insulation.

Looking for a floor insulation option that is both effective and environmentally responsible? Our Greenfiber products are perfect for you! Made from recycled newspapers, they are easy to install and have a high insulation value. By insulating your floors with Greenfiber, you can reduce sound power and cut heating and cooling costs.

Whether you're insulating a vaulted or a cathedral ceiling, cellulose insulation is a perfect choice. Ceiling insulation applications typically involve installing insulation within the floor nearest the roof structure. This will help to keep the temperature regulated, saving you money on energy costs, and prevent the accumulation of moisture. When you're looking to insulate your ceiling, one of the best ways to do so is by installing cellulose insulation. Greenfiber's products will make insulating your ceiling efficient and effective.

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