Therm Guard Blown Cellulose Fibre Insulation is the natural choice for those concerned about cost, quality and the environment. Any other product would be to compromise.

Cellulose Fibre Insulation was invented more than 40 years ago in Arizona, USA to better control the high and low temperatures experienced in that area. Since then the product has grown in popularity and is made throughout the world today.

   

Cellulose Fibre is accepted by governments such as Germany, UK, France, Canada, Australia, USA, Sweden, and South Africa and is considered by many as the environment alternative.

The product is safe to use and will last the life of a building under normal conditions.

Ceiling insulation is one of the most important parts of your home. To conserve energy and in the long run, money, it should be part of the planning stages of your home. There are however many materials today on the market and searching through the loads of information is disrupting and confusing.

Here is some information that will help you, the homeowner to make an educated decision and to add comfort to your lifestyle.

Therm Guard Blown Cellulose Fibre Insulation is made from shredded newsprint, which is chemically treated to resist fire and fungal growth. Due to the small size of the particles, cellulose can 'flow' around obstructions to give 100& covering and a uniform fill. Blown cellulose has an average R-value (thermal resistance) of 3.6 per inch.

Advantages

  • Fills every nook and cranny
  • Fire, rot and rodent resistant
  • Moisture has little or no effect on the R-value
  • Inexpensive to manufacture
Disadvantages
  • Should not be covered with heavy materials
  • Must be installed by qualified staff
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