Stabilized Cellulose Insulation
Cellulose fiber insulation comes in two forms—loose-fill and stabilized. At Whitson Insulation, we regularly work with stabilized cellulose insulation. It has several beneficial properties you might not know about.
Stabilized cellulose insulation is designed to be damp sprayed into open cavities. This process completely fills and insulates walls and other open spaces to increase the R-value of the building. After application, the cavity is closed with drywall or other appropriate building materials.
An additional benefit of stabilized cellulose insulation in walls is that it can also be used for sound reduction by keeping distracting noises from transferring between rooms. In combination with its ability to reduce your energy bills, cellulose fiber insulation is a great alternative to fiberglass, spray foam, or any other type of insulation material.
Cellulose Insulation in the Grand Rapids Area
Stabilized cellulose insulation can only be installed by a professional insulation company. Whitson Insulation Company has experience with a variety of construction projects that call for stabilized cellulose insulation in Grand Rapids, MI and the surrounding area—including Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Benton Harbor, Kalkaska, and Traverse City.
If you’re interested in installing stabilized cellulose insulation—or any other type of insulation—in your next project, contact us to schedule your free cellulose installation cost estimate.