Cellulose Insulation in Fort Wayne & Elkhart, IN
If you need a cellulose insulation company in the Fort Wayne or Elkhart, Indiana area, Momper Insulation is the company to call. We work with homeowners and builders/contractors to install cellulose insulation in homes for both retrofit and new construction projects.
Contact us if you’re ready for a free quote on your insulation project, or keep reading to learn more about cellulose!
Cellulose Wall Spray Installation in Fort Wayne
The natural way to insulate your northeastern Indiana home
Cellulose is made from recycled newsprint and other recycled paper, consisting of up to 80% recycled content and requiring less energy to make than other types of insulation.
- A responsibly “green” choice for your home and the environment
Wall spray insulation helps tighten up structures against air infiltration. In addition, it provides “whisper quiet” walls, making your home or building even more comfortable with its superior sound deadening qualities.
Value & Protection
Insulating your walls with cellulose insulation helps reduce winter heat bills and summer cooling costs. Wall spray insulation is one of the few products you can install in your home that will actually pay for itself. Cellulose fiber (wall spray insulation) insulates three ways.
- The wood fiber walls are a superior insulator to man-made fibers
- The insulation traps air spaces between the fibers to buffer the flow of warm air
- The material has a hollow fiber that resists the transfer of heat.
These three methods give cellulose a real advantage over other products.
The Green Choice
Wall spray insulation is kind to the environment. Our products are manufactured from 100% recycled fibers, reducing the largest single component of the residential waste stream. Cellulose requires much less energy to manufacture than mineral fibers, reducing the strain on our natural resources.
Fiberglass vs. Cellulose Insulation
Fiberglass blown-in insulation involves using a machine to pump the loose insulation into the wall cavities. Cellulose insulation is always blown in but is slightly more difficult than fiberglass batts.
Cellulose Insulation Contractors Serving Fort Wayne & Elkhart, IN
The Momper Insulation team uses cellulose insulation for retrofit (re-insulation) and new construction projects. We can install cellulose in attics, walls and crawl spaces.
If you’re in Fort Wayne, Elkhart or a surrounding area, Momper Insulation can help! We have experience installing cellulose in both existing homes and new homes being constructed, and our professionals use quality cellulose insulation from leading manufacturers.
Get in touch with us to learn more about our insulation services or if you’re ready to start your project—call us or fill out a contact form!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does cellulose insulation last? Cellulose insulation has a typical life span of around 20 to 30 years.
Does cellulose need a vapor barrier? A vapor barrier is not recommended for cellulose insulation except in very cold weather or high moisture areas such as spas or pool buildings. However, many building codes do require a vapor barrier to be installed.
Does cellulose insulation mold? Thanks to its chemical treatment, mold doesn’t grow on cellulose insulation.
What happens if cellulose insulation gets wet? Excessive moisture causes the cellulose to sag and settle, an effect that is especially detrimental in wall cavities.
We provide cellulose insulation services in these areas: