Cost effective solution form insulating wide cavity walls with minimal destruction. Recycled newspaper treated with fire retardants is “blown” into existing walls.
House is prepped for work (furniture and flooring are covered). It is recommended that homeowner clear a space of approximately 2-3 ft. in front of walls to be insulated.
2 ½” diameter hole is drilled into drywall where cavities are to be filled.
A tube long enough to reach top and bottom of cavity is fed into the wall. This ensures cellulose is applied evenly and eliminates settling issues.
Cellulose insulation is densely packed into wall cavity through tube.
All drilled holes are patched with two coats of plaster.
GreenSaver crews vacuum and tidy up work area.