Choosing the best ceiling insulation to keep your home comfortable through the seasons, is not the only thing to think about. An environmentally friendly option like cellulose insulation gives you the added advantage of being cost effective and allergy free. It has also been internationally proven to have the lowest global and local environmental impact during manufacture.
A well-insulated roof and well-designed home provides year-round comfort. And so cutting cooling and heating bills by up to half. This, in turn, reduces greenhouse gas emissions from appliances within your home.
Made from pulverised recycled paper, cellulose ceiling insulation is manufactured and treated according to strict guidelines. It is fire resistant, vermin resistant and fungal resistant. It’s recycled elements also have a much smaller carbon footprint on the environment, preventing newspapers and papers ending up in land fill.
With most building products, there is generally waste created which has an impact on the environment. Cellulose insulation can be recovered and reused on site, when professionally installed. This means almost no excess material is wasted. Since it is locally manufactured in South Australia, Cool or Cosy can also supply SUPACELL cellulose insulation with a much lower shipping distance from the factory to consumer, resulting in lower fuel emissions.
Cellulose Ceiling Insulation
Cellulose roof insulation provides excellent thermal and acoustic performance. But how? By preventing heat loss and gain. It is generally sprayed into the ceiling, fitting well in tight corners and around poles and pipes. At Cool or Cosy , we ensure that our cellulose insulation is installed with no gaps and offer a unique performance guarantee. Both our manufacture and installation are in accordance with all relevant Australian installation standards.
Using less energy to heat and cool your home will mean a smaller electricity bill, with the long-term savings being quite significant. The most efficient time to install other insulation is generally during construction, however cellulose insulation can also be retrofitted to an existing home, making a big difference to your environmental comfort.
So, when you are choosing insulation for your home it is worth considering an environmentally friendly option that can benefit your savings as well as your impact on the earth.
As with any investment to your home, it is important to seek advice from a reputable supplier to ensure that the most appropriate insulation is chosen for your home and that it is installed correctly, in accordance to Australian standards.