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STC=40 (75% Sound Reduction)
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True R-13 (2"x4")
True R-20 (2"x6")
R@3.0 P.C.F. = 12.6@3.5" = "R"20

 

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Superior Fire Resistance and "R" Value of Cellulose Fiber Insulation.

"R" Value Without Density and Air Leakage Sealing is Meaningless.

WARNING - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DUPLICATE THIS DEMONSTRATION WITH ANY OTHER TYPE OF INSULATION.

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With today's high cost of energy and concerns about indoor environmental quality, air barriers are one of several building systems with a critical role to play. Recent studies, such as "Investigation of the impact of Commercial Building Envelope Airtightness on HVAC Energy Use" by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md., show air-barrier systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings are estimated to reduce air leakage by up 83 percent, save on gas bills by more than 40 percent and cut down on electrical consumption by as much as 25 percent. However, to achieve these sizeable energy savings, the air barrier must be designed, constructed and tested with diligence.

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FOR CELLULOSE INSULATION

America's builders are switching to totally Dry Blown Cellulose insulated homes...The energy efficiency and sound attenuation numbers are phenomenal! Each year million of tons of paper goes into America's landfills. This recoverable resource is a natural wood fiber insulation which when properly installed in walls, attics and under floors will reduce energy consumption dramatically. (Heating and cooling costs by 50% - tests done by Miller Construction - see Testimonial)


Remember - "R" Value Without Air Sealing is Meaningless.

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