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Fiberglass

Fiberglass is available in two form: as batting (rolled) or as a loose-fill (blown) material. Many homeowners typically feel they want rolled insulation, but once they do the research they find otherwise. Fiberglass insulation, whether rolled or blown, has several negative characteristics of significant concern. Please do your research before using fiberglass!

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Cellulose

Cellulose is only available as a loose-fill (blown) material. We consoder it the most effective. efficient. longest-lasting and safest material you can use. Cellulose has many

advantages over fiberglass; othas a lifetime warranty. is pemnanently non-flammable and resistant to rodents. insects and mold. It also has soundproofing qualities and does

not itch. Best of all. cellulose is non-toxic, safe and environmentally friendly.

Cellulose

• lifetime guarantee

• Non-toxic. safe

• No Itching

• Rodent resistant

• Insect resistant

• Mold/mildew resistant

• S.I' to allain an R30

• Soundproofing

• Soft material

• Non-flammable

• Btand grey cotor

Fiberglass

• No Guarantee

• Hazard-waming label

• Very itchy & inritating

• Rodents nest in it

• No resistance to insects

• No resistance to mold/mildew

• Requires almost 12' ior R30

• Minimal soundproofing

• Rigid glass fibers

• Merely mells in a fire

• Vibrant pink yellow or white color

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