Cellulose Insulation Services Utilizing Nu-Wool®

Spartan Insulation & Coating provides quality cellulose insulation services that utilize Nu-Wool®. Nu-Wool® is an environmentally friendly insulation product made of 85% recycled paper, which makes it one of the greenest insulation products in the market.

It can be installed in both attics and walls of your home since it has a high R-Value of 3.8 per inch of material. It protects from air infiltration, mold growth, and even reduces noise transmission through floors and walls, creating a quieter home for all members of your family.

The Nu-Wool® WALLSEAL system is installed in wall cavities to eliminate voids and prevent drafts and pockets caused by traditional fiberglass insulation. The installers of Nu-Wool® WALLSEAL System are factory-trained to make sure that the installation is uniform and saves you money and energy. Using this system can save you up to 40% on heating and cooling costs, while reducing room-to-room or outside noise.

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About Nu-Wool® Premium Cellulose Insulation

Our cellulose insulation services utilize recycled paper, leading to less waste:

Over sixty-five years ago, Nu-Wool Co.Inc. began using recycled newspaper to manufacture its environmentally safe and effective cellulose insulation. The recycled content of Nu-Wool® Premium Cellulose Insulation is 85%, with 65% of that being post-consumer recycled newspaper. Converting recycled paper into insulation used for the walls and attics of buildings helps keep it out of landfills, where it has the potential to pollute the environment.

Nu-Wool® premium cellulose insulation helps to keep insulation projects green:

The application process of Nu-Wool® Premium Cellulose Insulation is also GREEN, because all excess sprayed insulation is brushed off the wall and then vacuumed up to be reused, resulting in no product waste. Even the product bags can be recycled!

Also, the amount of Nu-Wool® Premium Cellulose Insulation in an average-sized new home is the equivalent of 39 trees! It takes at least 10 times MORE energy to make fiberglass insulation than to produce cellulose insulation.