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When insulation isn’t evenly installed or it fails, it can cause high energy bills, drafts, large indoor temperature swings, and uneven temperatures around your home. If you have uncomfortably warm or cold rooms, upgrading your home insulation may provide a solution. Cellulose insulation is a great way to cut home energy bills and boost comfort.
The Benefits of Blown In Cellulose Insulation
Lower energy bills
Greater home comfort
Locally produced, supporting community jobs
Safe and non-toxic materials
Eligible for APS and SRP insulation rebates of $250
At Ideal Energy, we use United Fibers cellulose insulation, which is manufactured locally in Chandler, Arizona. Cellulose is not only a preferred insulation material for energy efficient and high-performance buildings, but it is also a sustainable insulation material made from over 80% recycled content.
Promoting Home Fire Safety and Protecting the Environment
The cellulose insulation we use is treated with borate (a fire retardant) that gives it the highest class fire safety rating, making it one of the safest materials in your home. Through production, installation, and over its life as an insulation material, cellulose is an environmentally-friendly insulation material that saves energy.
Ideal Energy: Your Insulation Experts
Our team is highly experienced in cellulose installation and can help homes achieve a higher R-value for greater energy savings. From Phoenix to Chandler, Mesa, and Tempe, Arizona, we can figure out where your home is losing energy and find cost-effective solutions.
Ideal Energy insulates a variety of spaces, including walls, ceilings, attics, and basements. Our technicians can help you prioritize home energy improvements based on the cost savings, comfort goals, and how your home or business was constructed.
Want to make your home or business more efficient? Contact the cellulose insulation experts at Ideal Energy today.
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