Recycled Cellulose Insulation
We recommend people-friendly recycled cellulose insulation in the walls. The vast amounts of paper that ordinarily end up in landfills are shredded and treated with boric acid to make it fireproof and insect-repellant. Your home's walls and attic space will not be plagued with roaches, spiders, or silverfish because these insects hate boric acid. Cellulose insulation, in combination with our optional geothermal heating installation, results in a virtually dust-free home.
If you opt for Geothermal heating in your home, a professional team will drill the special wells about 180-ft.-deep on the property, with a tubing loop inserted into the wells. A water-furnace with a water pump, compressor, and variable speed fan, is installed in the utility room to move water through this tubing. The Geothermal process creates hot or cold air to warm or cool your home. By using the earth's stored solar energy, you save on the cost of conventional heating and cooling, and you're helping the Planet. This eco-friendly system produces no carbon monoxide.