Insulation Contractors in Bergen, Hudson, Cape May & Surrounding Counties
Your home’s walls, ceilings and floor are filled with uneven and irregularly shaped cavities. Though they hold vital components like wiring, plumbing and air ducts, they can also hold extreme-temperature air, making your home uncomfortable in both winter and summer. Filling these cavities with insulation can protect against summer heat and winter cold. Eastern Contractor Services sprays or blows in cellulose insulation to these areas, providing your home with a seamless insulation system.
Give us a call today and we’ll show you why we’re New Jersey’s #1 choice for cellulose insulation!
What is Cellulose Insulation?
Cellulose is one of the oldest building insulation materials but has recently gained greater popularity due to its eco-friendly properties. Composed of up to 85 percent recycled paper fiber and 15 percent fire retardant, cellulose insulation is used for both new construction and retrofitting older homes.
A greener solution for your home, cellulose is blown into wall cavities and attics to provide a solid energy-saving layer of insulation. Its density is ideal for tight, enclosed spaces and it is entirely resistant to fire, mold and pests.
Benefits of Cellulose Insulation
How Your Rockland County Area Home Can Benefit from Cellulose Insulation
One of the most environmentally friendly insulation materials on the market, cellulose does more than keep your home warm. It’s also great for soundproofing and reducing both exterior and interior noise levels between floors and rooms.
Cellulose also helps:
- Reduce energy costs, lowering your utility bills while maximizing the energy efficiency of your home.
- Make your home more comfortable year-round.
- Improve the performance of your HVAC system.
- Create a healthier home environment.
Since a significant source of material for cellulose is recycled newspaper, this green insulation choice keeps local landfills from filling up. It can also save you up to 25 percent when compared to other forms of insulation. And because cellulose is treated with boric acid, your home faces less risk of fire, mold and pest infestation.
To start experiencing the benefits of professionally installed cellulose insulation, contact our insulation contractors in New Jersey today!
The Value of Cellulose Insulation
R-value is the amount of insulation material needed to resist heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulation power. The R-value of loose-fill cellulose is R-3.2 to 3.8 per inch. Compare that to loose-fill fiberglass, which has an R-value of only R-2.2 to 2.7 per inch.
Cellulose’s R-value also decreases more slowly than most other types of insulation, providing air-blocking properties over its lifetime that other insulating materials do not.
We believe an informed customer is a happy customer! If you have more questions about R-value and what it means to your Essex County home’s insulation, one of our insulation specialists would love to answer them.
Eastern Contractor Services—Rockland County’s Insulation Experts
Start Saving Energy Today with Cellulose Insulation
Our cellulose insulation adds value, comfort and energy efficiency to new and existing homes. Our team has the experience and knowledge that few others can match. For 45 years, we’ve helped our customers keep their homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer by effectively controlling convective, conductive and radiant heat.
Whether you’re looking to retrofit your home with cellulose insulation or are building new, you can count on our four decades of service to get the job done right.