Before & After

Blown In Cellulose in Georgetown

The Georgetown family wanted to improve the energy efficiency of their home, particularly in their garage. They reached out to Carolina Energy Conservation for an energy evaluation. After assessing their needs, it was determined that the best solution was to install blown-in cellulose insulation in the garage attic. Blown-in cellulose insulation is an excellent way to enhance energy efficiency in a home. It is made from recycled paper products and treated to be fire-retardant. This type of insulation effectively fills gaps and voids, reducing air leakage and heat transfer. As a result, it helps maintain a consistent indoor temperature, reduces the workload on heating and cooling systems, and ultimately lowers energy costs.