Cellulose or blown wool for Montreal

neovivo_ouate_de_cellulose-2Blown cellulose is an effective and natural insulator. Made from recycled paper fibers and other bio-degradable materials, blown wool can be injected at any strategic location in your home to better insulate it: attic, interior walls, ceilings, floors, It is an insulation recognized and tested in the region of Montreal or Laval, which experience significant temperature differences between summer and winter.

Add to this that wool or blown cellulose is one of the best insulation and soundproofing materials. It is a crucial tool in insulation and quality of life in your home, which has been widely used for over 70 years in northern and North American countries.


The advantages of cellulose:

  • Non-polluting and non-toxic material
  • Good interior soundproofing
  • Can save 30 to 50% on air conditioning costs
  • Good sound absorption
  • Good fireproofing
  • Can save 30-50% on heating costs
  • No odor
  • Helps inject insulation at a density of 3.0 lbs / cubic foot into wall cavities
  • Prevents subsidence
  • Improves wall tightness
  • Low VOC emissions in accordance with UL 2818-Section 7.1 and 7.2. According to UL 2821
  • Provides excellent sound insulation thanks to its superior sound absorption capacity;

For structural elements that are in contact with the interior and exterior at the same time, cellulose provides protection

Preferred places for laying cellulose

  • Walls between noisy areas
  • Walls and floors
  • Pre-machined steel walls
  • Ventilated roofs;
  • Under the concrete slabs;
  • Wall cavities.
  • Metal roofing and roofing
  • Roofing and ventilated roofing
  • Partitions;
  • Adjoining walls
  • Composite partitions
  • Roof-and-tops
  • Exterior Walls
  • Composite partitions;
  • Roofs or attic (insulation);
  • Exterior walls (insulation);
  • Interior walls and floors (sound insulation);
  • Pre-machined steel buildings;
  • Metal roofs of profiled or corrugated metal sheets;