BrightHOME offers cellulose insulation for single family and multifamily residential, commercial and industrial buildings throughout the New York metro region – including Westchester County, Putnam County, Rockland County, Orange County, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx and western Connecticut.
Why Choose Cellulose?
Cellulose insulation is the ideal retrofit insulation, with an installation process that requires minimal intrusion into the living space and superb performance. In new construction, it is a preferable alternative to fiberglass batts, which have a reputation for poor energy performance due to imperfections in installation. Cellulose fills the entire wall cavity, preventing air movement and offering superb R-value.
What if I Already Have Insulation?
Even if your home or building is already insulated, there is a strong likelihood that the insulation is not performing to its rated R-value. Fiberglass batts, in particular, have a tendency to allow air movement through the wall cavity, which drastically reduces the effectiveness of the insulation, and thus makes for higher energy bills and a less comfortable home.
A cellulose insulation retrofit is a great option that can effectively address the problems created by fiberglass batts, without breaking the bank.
What Are the Benefits of Cellulose?
Blown-in cellulose insulation offers a wide range of benefits, including, but not limited to:
- Ease of installation
- Environmentally friendly
- Fills the entire wall cavity
- Lower energy bills
- Improved indoor air quality in many cases
- A more comfortable building
Environmentally Friendly, Healthy Insulation
If you’re looking to go green, helping the earth while helping your wallet, and improve your building’s overall health and well-being, cellulose is a wonderful option. It is made from recycled materials, contains no harmful chemicals and offers superior energy performance (leading to a lower carbon footprint) than other insulation materials in a comparable price range. In short, recycled cellulose is a safe, healthy, eco-friendly insulation material.
If you’re interested in learning more about how a cellulose insulation upgrade for your New York area home or building can save you money and improve your quality of life, the team at BrightHOME would love to hear from you!