Cellulose Insulation Installers

Cellulose Insulation Installation in Baltimore, MD

Do you find yourself shivering in your home every winter, trying to keep you and your family warm? Or constantly adjusting your thermostat throughout the summer months to keep your home cool? If so, you’re not alone. Many Baltimore area homes are not as energy efficient as they should be, and homeowners are continuously wasting money and energy through their poorly insulated walls and attics. This can be especially troublesome during a harsh winter or scorching summer.

If your home has trouble keeping a constant temperature and your energy bills are increasing, consider upgrading your insulation with the eco-friendly insulation choice of cellulose insulation.

What is Cellulose Insulation?

Chances are you may have heard about the growing popularity of cellulose insulation. Used for residential and commercial settings, it’s comprised of up to 85% recycled paper and cardboard, a higher percentage than almost any other commonly used building material. Small pieces of paper are fiberized and treated with non-hazardous chemicals to act as a fire retardant and resist pests and mold. It is a safe, eco-friendly choice for homes and buildings. At DeVere Home Performance, we install cellulose in a dry, loose-fill form.

Benefits of Cellulose Insulation

Choosing the right insulation for your Baltimore area home is a big decision. Consider the benefits of cellulose insulation and why it might be the best insulation choice for you and your family:

  • Environmentally Friendly – It is a great resource to reuse materials and take steps to be more ecologically responsible. In fact, cellulose has the lowest carbon footprint and the highest amount of net carbon storage of all the insulation types and can reduce the carbon footprint of your entire house.
  • Reduces Air Infiltration – A major cause of energy inefficiency is air entering your home through tiny cracks and crevices. Cellulose fills in the nooks and crannies, not allowing unwanted outside air to enter your home or heated air to leak from your home.
  • Versatile – Cellulose insulation is effective as a primary or secondary source of insulation. It works well whether you are building a new home or need to reinforce old or poorly installed batt insulation and it does not settle over time.
  • Money Saving – Proper insulation reduces your energy bills by giving your HVAC system a break from working so hard to keep your home or building at a comfortable temperature.
  • Non-corrosive – It won’t cause corrosion on metals or other materials it touches.
  • Resistant to Mold, Moisture, and Fire – Cellulose has a Class 1 flame spread rating and is treated with a non-toxic chemical that not only allows it to control the spread of fire but also works to prevent the moisture that causes mold growth.
  • Excellent R-value Per Inch – You will receive more insulating power with cellulose than with other types of insulation.
  • Safe – It doesn’t contain asbestos or formaldehyde and is safe to touch, even with unprotected skin.
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Cellulose Insulation with DeVere Insulation Home Performance

We Trust CleanFiber® Cellulose Insulation for Your Home

Logo for CleanFiber Cellulose InsulationWe provide our customers with only the best insulation products and services, which is why our installation team trusts CleanFiber® cellulose insulation for your home. Enjoy the high quality, low dust, and low contamination that CleanFiber® cellulose provides for your home and family. Learn more about their products on the CleanFiber® website.

Cellulose Insulation FAQs

Is cellulose insulation safe?
Yes! Cellulose is made from recycled paper products and treated with borate liquid fire retardant, a chemical that is safe for you and your family.
What is better: fiberglass or cellulose insulation?
The cellulose vs fiberglass insulation debate is a popular one. While both are reliable insulators, cellulose has a higher R-value (insulating power) per square inch than fiberglass and offers better soundproofing. The cellulose insulation cost can sometimes be higher than fiberglass and neither prevents air leaks, so air sealing is recommended with both.
What are the advantages of using cellulose insulation in my home?
Cellulose offers many advantages for you and your family including higher energy efficiency, lower energy bills, better indoor air quality, and fire protection.
Is cellulose insulation environmentally friendly and sustainable?
Yes! It’s made from up to 85% recycled paper products, a highly sustainable and renewable resource. Cellulose has the lowest carbon footprint and the highest amount of net carbon storage of all the insulation types and can reduce the carbon footprint of your entire house.
Does cellulose insulation provide soundproofing benefits in addition to thermal insulation?
Yes! It provides excellent soundproofing abilities, even better than spray foam or fiberglass insulation.
Can cellulose insulation be used in all climate zones, or are there specific considerations for certain regions?
Yes! Cellulose is ideal for all climate zones.
Can cellulose insulation be used in conjunction with other insulation types for improved performance?
Yes! You can use cellulose with fiberglass insulation or other insulation types for extra insulating power.
Are there any government incentives or rebates for installing cellulose insulation?
Yes! Check out our tax credits page for more information on available incentives and rebates.
Can I install cellulose insulation over existing insulation, or does the old insulation need to be removed?
Yes! You can install cellulose insulation on top of existing insulation. Although, if old cellulose insulation or any other existing insulation is wet, it should be removed first.

Enjoy an Energy Efficient Home Throughout Every Season

Homeowners throughout Maryland trust our expert insulation team to improve their home’s energy efficiency with cellulose insulation. We put our experience to work for you so you can save money and use less energy. Our hard work has paid off year after year as a continuous recipient of the Super Service Award from Angie’s List (now Angi) and the Century Club Award from the US Department of Energy. We stand behind our products and service and prioritize making your home a more comfortable place for you and your family to enjoy throughout every season. Contact us today to speak with an insulation expert about eco-friendly cellulose insulation for your home and receive your free estimate.

Cellulose Insulation with DeVere Insulation Home Performance
Cellulose Insulation with DeVere Insulation Home Performance


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