Notice the “Quietness” with Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation
Noise Control with Cellulose Soundproof Insulation
Live or work in a quieter, more peaceful environment by insulating with Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation. Rooms are noticeably quieter with Nu-Wool’s blown-in soundproof insulation, which deadens the transfer of sound from one room to another. Hotels, motels, apartments, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, churches, and multi-unit complexes use Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation in their walls, floors and attics for sound control. Even sound studios use Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation for its superior acoustical properties.
Backed by Sound Transmission Testing
Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation has been tested at Riverbank Acoustical Laboratories for Sound Transmission Classifications (STC). In full-scale wall testing, Nu-Wool’s soundproof insulation greatly reduces the movement of airborne sound from one room to an adjacent room. This added benefit of Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation is especially important for apartments, condominiums, offices and hotels, but is also useful to reduce sound in laundry rooms, mechanical rooms, family rooms and walls containing noisy water pipes. Buildings insulated with Nu-Wool’s superior acoustic insulation have a noticeable “quietness”. Sharp sounds are subdued by the increased mass of Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation.
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Newman Family Testimonial
The Newman Family from Russellville, KY share an incredible story about their experience with Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation.
Nu-Wool Cellulose Insulation Product Overview
Nu-Wool is not only the GREEN choice but the superior choice for insulation in your home. Our insulation (3.8 R-Value per inch) is installed in walls, attics and floors of new & existing houses.
How to Buy Nu-Wool
Nu-Wool Insulation products are available for professional install by a certified installer or can be purchased at select lumberyards and retailers for DIY install.