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Speciality Cellulose
Speciality cellulose insulations from Applegate.
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Loose-Fill Insulation
Applegate Loose-Fill Cellulose Insulation.
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Applegate Insulation Specifications
This document covers the composition and physical properties of Applegate cellulose insulations. This information is relevant to the specification of Applegate Insulation in ceilings, attics, walls, floors and other areas.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Applegate Insulation
Frequently Asked Questions
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How to Insulate Cathedral Ceilings...Properly
Our recommendation for the installation of (cellulose insulation) is not to have an air space above the material in a cathedral ceiling application.
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ACH and HVAC sizing
For sizing HVAC equipment in new construction, Applegate Insulation recommends using 5 ACH at 50 Pascal or 0.35 natural ACH when walls and attics are insulated with Applegate cellulose insulation
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Performance and Safety Factors
When you consider performance and safety factors, the balance swings to cellulose building insulation.
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Standard Practice for Installing Cellulose Building Insulation
This guide covers typical assembly designs and some of the more common installation methods that can be used to insulate new and existing residential structures.
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Building Insulation and Fire
Cellulose insulation is the safest and best insulation commonly used in light construction. This is a problem for those selling insulation products that are not as safe and are much less effective.
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Beyond R-Value: The Truth About Insulation Performance in the Real World of Buildings
When the "Energy Crisis" of the 1970's sent homeheating and cooling costs soaring, demand for building insulation rose right along with the prices of oil, gas,and electricity.
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Insulation Industry Terms - Applegate Insulation
Insulation Industry Terms
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 Why Go Green with Insulation?

Your Home Loses & Gains Energy in 3 Ways

Convection (The transfer of heat by moving air): Warm air rises and transfers heat to the ceiling.

Conduction (The transfer of heat through a solid material): Heat is transferred from warmer sections of the walls and ceilings to cooler sections.

Radiation (The transfer of heat in the form of electromagnetic waves): Heat is transferred from the roof to the ceiling.

Heat transfer in a home during summer and winter

 
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