Cellulose or wool blown for Montreal

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Blown cellulose is a natural and effective insulation. Made of fibers of recycled paper and other bio-degradable materials, the blown wool may be injected into any strategic location of your residence, to better isolate : Attic, interior walls, ceilings, floors, It is an insulator recognized and experienced in the area of Montreal or Laval, who know differences between summer and winter high temperatures.

Add like this that the wool or blown cellulose is one of the best material for insulation and acoustic protection. It is a crucial tool in the insulation and the quality of life in your home, which has been used widely for more of 70 years in the countries of the North and North America.

The benefits of cellulose:

  • Non-polluting, non-toxic material
  • Good soundproofing domestic
  • Can save the costs of 30 to 50% on air-conditioning costs
  • Good sound absorption
  • Good fireproofing
  • Can save the costs of 30 to 50% on heating costs
  • No odor
  • Help the injection of insulation at a density of 3,0 lb/cubic foot in wall cavities
  • Prevents subsidence
  • Improves the tightness of the walls
  • Low emission of VOC compliant of UL 2818-Section emission limits 7.1 and 7.2. According to the UL method 2821
  • provides excellent domestic soundproofing with higher sound absorption capacity;

For structural elements which are in contact with the inside and outside at the same time, cellulose provides protection

Locations for the installation of cellulose

  • Walls between noisy areas
  • Walls and floors
  • Prefabricated steel walls
  • roofing broken down;
  • under concrete slabs;
  • Wall cavities.
  • Roofing and metal coverings
  • Roofs and ventilated covers
  • adjoining partitions;
  • Party walls
  • Composite partitions
  • Attics
  • Exterior walls
  • composite partitions;
  • Attics (insulation);
  • exterior walls (insulation);
  • Interior floors and walls (Soundproofing);
  • prefabricated steel buildings;
  • profiled or corrugated sheet metal roofing;