Blown-In Insulation (2)
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Cellulose Blown-In Insulation Made from 85% recycled content Easy to install over existing insulation No-itch Energy savings R-50 - Manufactures recommendation Thickness for R-50 Value: 15.1 installed thickness Value: 13.5 settled thickness Blow-In Insulation Bagged Volume per Cubic Feet: 2.76 Fire Rating: Type 1 Weight per Cubic Foot: 8.51 Bag Volume: 2.76 cu. ft Insulation Material: Cellulose Package Type: Bags Sound Barrier Health Risks: You should consult a physician before installing this product if you have asthma Recommended Safety Equipment: Safety glasses and NIOSH approved N95 or higher face mask Required Installation Equipment: Blower machine (at tool rental) and 100 feet of hose Coverage Area @ R-19 (Sq. Feet): 48.5 Thickness for 19 R-Value (Inches): 5.84 Thickness for 22 R-Value (Inches): 6.74 Thickness for 38R-Value (Inches): 11.49
Properly insulating a structure using Johns Manville building insulation helps preserve our environment by reducing energy consumption for heating and cooling, reducing the pollution resulting from fuel burning, reducing the emission of hazardous air pollutants during manufacturing and reducing waste through the utilization of recycled materials. 88SF @ R-22 Lightweight, thermal and acoustical fibreglass insulation Premium blown-in fiber glass insulation which can be used to cover attics and hard-to-reach areas within attics, like corners, edges and around framing When it's applied to the recommended thickness and specifications, you can be assured that your home is energy-efficient, with minimal heat loss It won't settle, decay or provide food for animals or microbe and is effective for the life of your home Can be installed up to R-70 over 1/2 ceiling drywall without exceeding ceiling weight limits ASTM C764, Type I, standard specification for mineral fiber loose-fill thermal insulation, ASTM E84 flame spread 25 or less, smoke developed 50 or less
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