Ins765ld all borate treated blow in insulation all of this formula is treated with boric acid which is perfect for climates that are extremely hot cold or humid.
Attic insulation boric acid.
Greenfiber cellulose insulation fills gaps and voids to create an energy saving thermal blanket that can lower heating and cooling costs by 25 and reduce sound power by 60.
The cellulose with boric acid not a good choice.
Bag of all borate insulation is ideal for professional contractors that offer blow in attic sidewall and floor applications.
More than just annoying they can severely damage a house.
It comes in easy to install batts for walls and loose fill is available for blowing into attics crawl spaces and existing walls.
Pros and cons of cellulose attic insulation cellulose recycled ground up paper with boric acid added for insect control and fire resistance offers a better attic insulation option than batts.
Bag is ideal for professional contractors.
Annoying pests can breed and form colonies in the attic and behind walls coming out at night seeking food and water.
If you choose to install cellulose yourself you can buy the insulation in bags from your local home improvement store.
The previous applications may not have properly targeted the buggers.
Although deadly to many insects t a p is acceptable for use around humans and pets.
The other problem with a boric acid and they ll probably tell you this as an advantage to you that it kills bugs and things like that.
Pest control attic insulation is a natural fiber insulation treated with boric acid and other proprietary formulations to produce fire retardant environmentally friendly thermally superior sound deadening insulation with pest controlling properties.
It s ideal for any blow in installations like attics and can also be dry blown into walls and floors if desired.
When insects ingest or come into contact with boric acid it kills them so they cannot infest your insulation.
Another key factor when considering cellulose insulation is that it can also be treated with boric acid an effective pest deterrent.
Boric acid is toxic to all common household insects including silverfish.
It is acceptable for use around humans and pets but deadly to cockroaches silverfish ants termites and many other crawling insects.
The fabric is shredded and treated with boric acid to make it flame retardant and insect pest and mildew resistant.
Your best bet would be to use cellulose with boric acid.
The cellulose insulation is made up of ground up recycled newspapers cardboard boxes things like that and will deteriorate over time and become a dusty mess.
T a p is an epa labeled pest control insulation treated with pure boric acid.