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Nu-Wool is a blow-in cellulose insulation made from recycled newspapers and treated with borate as a fire retardant and EPA-registered fungicide that resists mold. It has an R-value of 3.8, meaning it’s better than other common types of insulation.
Cellulose insulation can burn. However, Nu-Wool has a Class A fire rating and is treated with borate with the ability to stop or slow the spread of fire in attics and wall cavities.
86% of the weight of Nu-Wool cellulose insulation is made from post-consumer, recycled paper.
All loose-fill insulation products can settle over time. By federal law and industry standards, compensation for settlement is built into cellulose insulation coverage charts. When installed properly by Valley Insulation’s trained installers in accordance with the coverage chart, loose-fill cellulose insulation will not settle below the intended R-Value.
The Nu-Wool cellulose insulation is treated with a borate-based, EPA-registered fungicide, which makes the insulation resistant to mold. Under federal law, claims of mold resistance can only be made by products that contain a fungicide registered with the EPA for use in that product.