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Model # INS541LD

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Low Dust Cellulose Blown-In Insulation 19 lbs.

  • Reduces sound power by 60%¹
  • Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
  • Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
$ 14 80
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Product Overview

  • Reduces sound power by 60%¹
  • Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
  • Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
Keep your home comfortable in extreme cold and hot temperatures all year round. Greenfiber blow-in 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%. Fire resistant treated insulation is made with 85% recycled material that meets a Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to evacuate.
  • Ideal for use in attics and walls: creates a thermal blanket that fills voids and reduces sound
  • Covers 40 sq. ft. per 19 lb. bag at R-19
  • Provides a 60% reduction in sound power when dense packed in walls¹
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs by 25%²
  • Fire resistant treated insulation meets Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to escape
  • Made with 85% recycled content
  • No-itch formula doesn't require cutting tools; allowing for easy installation in just 3 steps: 1) assemble machine 2) place machine on flat, dry surface 3) point and blow-in
  • Can be applied over existing insulation or in new construction
  • ENERGY STAR
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • ¹In field testing on identical 2x4 exterior wall types Greenfiber R-13 Stabilized Spray-In Insulation outperforms R-15 unfaced fiberglass batts by 4 NIC rating points. 4 NIC pts 60% reduction in sound power. The weak point in the assembly such as flanking through windows and doors will diminish the value of the reduction in sound power. Reduction in sound power is achieved through retrofitting, dense-packing or spray-applying cellulose in walls (contractor recommended installation). See manufacturer's installation instructions for full details on how to install to meet specifications.
  • ²Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. Energy analysis of climate zones 1–7 using 2018 IECC refence home comparing R11 attic to DOE recommended attic insulation by climate.
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

Product Overview

  • Reduces sound power by 60%¹
  • Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
  • Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
Model #: INS541LD
Sku #: 211904
Internet #: 100318635

Keep your home comfortable in extreme cold and hot temperatures all year round. Greenfiber blow-in 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%. Fire resistant treated insulation is made with 85% recycled material that meets a Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to evacuate.

  • Ideal for use in attics and walls: creates a thermal blanket that fills voids and reduces sound
  • Covers 40 sq. ft. per 19 lb. bag at R-19
  • Provides a 60% reduction in sound power when dense packed in walls¹
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs by 25%²
  • Fire resistant treated insulation meets Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to escape
  • Made with 85% recycled content
  • No-itch formula doesn't require cutting tools; allowing for easy installation in just 3 steps: 1) assemble machine 2) place machine on flat, dry surface 3) point and blow-in
  • Can be applied over existing insulation or in new construction
  • ENERGY STAR
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • ¹In field testing on identical 2x4 exterior wall types Greenfiber R-13 Stabilized Spray-In Insulation outperforms R-15 unfaced fiberglass batts by 4 NIC rating points. 4 NIC pts 60% reduction in sound power. The weak point in the assembly such as flanking through windows and doors will diminish the value of the reduction in sound power. Reduction in sound power is achieved through retrofitting, dense-packing or spray-applying cellulose in walls (contractor recommended installation). See manufacturer's installation instructions for full details on how to install to meet specifications.
  • ²Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. Energy analysis of climate zones 1–7 using 2018 IECC refence home comparing R11 attic to DOE recommended attic insulation by climate.
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

Info & Guides

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Reduces sound power by 60%¹
  • Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
  • Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
Keep your home comfortable in extreme cold and hot temperatures all year round. Greenfiber blow-in 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%. Fire resistant treated insulation is made with 85% recycled material that meets a Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to evacuate.
  • Ideal for use in attics and walls: creates a thermal blanket that fills voids and reduces sound
  • Covers 40 sq. ft. per 19 lb. bag at R-19
  • Provides a 60% reduction in sound power when dense packed in walls¹
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs by 25%²
  • Fire resistant treated insulation meets Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to escape
  • Made with 85% recycled content
  • No-itch formula doesn't require cutting tools; allowing for easy installation in just 3 steps: 1) assemble machine 2) place machine on flat, dry surface 3) point and blow-in
  • Can be applied over existing insulation or in new construction
  • ENERGY STAR
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • ¹In field testing on identical 2x4 exterior wall types Greenfiber R-13 Stabilized Spray-In Insulation outperforms R-15 unfaced fiberglass batts by 4 NIC rating points. 4 NIC pts 60% reduction in sound power. The weak point in the assembly such as flanking through windows and doors will diminish the value of the reduction in sound power. Reduction in sound power is achieved through retrofitting, dense-packing or spray-applying cellulose in walls (contractor recommended installation). See manufacturer's installation instructions for full details on how to install to meet specifications.
  • ²Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. Energy analysis of climate zones 1–7 using 2018 IECC refence home comparing R11 attic to DOE recommended attic insulation by climate.
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

Product Overview

  • Reduces sound power by 60%¹
  • Lowers heating & cooling costs by 25%²
  • Free 24 hour machine rental with the purchase of 20 bags
Model #: INS541LD
Sku #: 211904
Internet #: 100318635

Keep your home comfortable in extreme cold and hot temperatures all year round. Greenfiber blow-in 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%. Fire resistant treated insulation is made with 85% recycled material that meets a Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to evacuate.

  • Ideal for use in attics and walls: creates a thermal blanket that fills voids and reduces sound
  • Covers 40 sq. ft. per 19 lb. bag at R-19
  • Provides a 60% reduction in sound power when dense packed in walls¹
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs by 25%²
  • Fire resistant treated insulation meets Class 1 Fire Rating to protect your home and give you more time to escape
  • Made with 85% recycled content
  • No-itch formula doesn't require cutting tools; allowing for easy installation in just 3 steps: 1) assemble machine 2) place machine on flat, dry surface 3) point and blow-in
  • Can be applied over existing insulation or in new construction
  • ENERGY STAR
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • ¹In field testing on identical 2x4 exterior wall types Greenfiber R-13 Stabilized Spray-In Insulation outperforms R-15 unfaced fiberglass batts by 4 NIC rating points. 4 NIC pts 60% reduction in sound power. The weak point in the assembly such as flanking through windows and doors will diminish the value of the reduction in sound power. Reduction in sound power is achieved through retrofitting, dense-packing or spray-applying cellulose in walls (contractor recommended installation). See manufacturer's installation instructions for full details on how to install to meet specifications.
  • ²Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. Energy analysis of climate zones 1–7 using 2018 IECC refence home comparing R11 attic to DOE recommended attic insulation by climate.
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
9.5
Minimum Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
61.8
Product Depth (in.)
13
Product Height (in.)
15
Product Width (in.)
25

Details

Bag Weight (lb.)
19.05
Compatible Install Surface
Existing Insulation,Fiberglass,Plywood,Wood
Coverage Area (sq. ft. per lbs. at R19)
40
Insulation Features
Fire Block Rated,Formaldehyde Free,Soundproofing Insulation,Structural
Insulation Location
2x4 Wall,2x6 Wall,Attic,Ceiling
Insulation R-Value Range
R13-R60
Insulation R-Value per Inch
R3.7
Insulation Type
Loose Fill
Material
Cellulose

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
9.5
Minimum Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
61.8
Product Depth (in.)
13
Product Height (in.)
15
Product Width (in.)
25

Details

Bag Weight (lb.)
19.05
Compatible Install Surface
Existing Insulation,Fiberglass,Plywood,Wood
Coverage Area (sq. ft. per lbs. at R19)
40
Insulation Features
Fire Block Rated,Formaldehyde Free,Soundproofing Insulation,Structural
Insulation Location
2x4 Wall,2x6 Wall,Attic,Ceiling
Insulation R-Value Range
R13-R60
Insulation R-Value per Inch
R3.7
Insulation Type
Loose Fill
Material
Cellulose

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

how many cubic feet in each bag?

Asked by: mary
19 lbs ÷1.4 lbs per cubic foot=13.5 cubic feet per bag. But with cellulose you sgould factor gravity over time will cause some compacting, though the thermal resistance does not reduce at the same rate as volume because the mass is not reduced at the same rate. So to sum up 13.5 cubic feet per bag roughly after being blown in.
Answered by: Math
Date published: 2019-01-17

does this insulation require water to be used during application

does this insulation require water to be used during application
Asked by: Duane
No, this does not require water to be used during application.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-01-27

can I put this in without using the machine?

I have an old attic with (I think) loose rockwool insulation. I have a floor in my attic so I have to remove each board (and vacuum dirt!) before topping off existing insulation. Then I have to move the boxes etc that I have to the finished areas, so this will take several days. I do not think that I can keep the blower machine that long and I would prefer to minimize dust, so I am hoping that I can fluff up this insulation by hand and do the project as I am able.
Asked by: jackie
I used a Worx brand 120volt electric leaf blower, 20+ feet of large diameter shop vac hose and a special vac hose to 1 inch adapter I think I purchased direct from Green Fiber. I drilled holes through 2 layers of 1 inch boards on the exterior using a 1 inch speed bore bit. I went through several bits. I drilled holes every 3 to 4 ft starting at the bottom in each cavity. Jambed the one inch nozzle in the bottom hole, blew the insulation in until it started blowing out the top holes. Then I moved up to the next higher hole and blew it in until it came out the top hole and then finally, I blew it in the top hole. I then sealed the fill holes with canned foam, trimmed and painted to match the 70 year old faux redbrick tar paper siding. I found the machine from the store to be heavy and bulky and more suited for a construction job site where you have 2 or 3 people working the job. The machine also needed the insulation to be broken up by hand saving me no labor over having to do the same thing with the leaf blower. I do not think the store machine broke it up a fine as the leaf blowers small impeller. The machine may have an advantage when you have large open cavities as I still had to drill holes every 3 to 4 feet. For the leaf blower, I found a large Serlite storage bin that held a whole bale of insulation. After jamming the 1 inch adapter into the hole in the wall, I then turned on the leaf blower and then fed the crumbled insulation into the intake nozzle. You just need to break up enough to get sucked up the nozzle. I could not find any heat leaks using a FLIR imager.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-06

I have a space behind my kitchen cabinets where my plastic water pipes run next to an exterior wa...

I have a space behind my kitchen cabinets where my plastic water pipes run next to an exterior wall along the floor. Will blowing this insulation into that space help to insulate those water pipes? Getting directly to the pipes without major demo is not an option.
Asked by: bg
Yes,if you can get it in . However I wouldn't worry about it much. To my knowledge most interior water pipes are not insulated.
Answered by: Expressions
Date published: 2018-01-09
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Customer Reviews

Greenfiber Low Dust Cellulose Blown-In Insulation 19 lbs. is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 496.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The green fiber blowing machine at the Manchester, CT stored did not work properly. We rented the... The green fiber blowing machine at the Manchester, CT stored did not work properly. We rented the green fiber blowing machine from the Home Depot in Manchester CT. The blower did not have sufficient power to blow the fiber. The fiber never made it out of the hose. The hose appeared to be clogged but even when we cleared the hose it did not blow fiber. We unplugged the hose and examined the base of the machine. It appeared to be clogged at the base. We spent some time clearing the base of the machine and started the machine again. It was a bit better but no way near sufficient throughput to blow through 50+ feet of hose. We returned the equipment to the store and notified the rental team. I hope this will get solved for the next person. We do plan on trying a different store and a different machine and hope this is an isolated incident. At this point I would not recommend this product but will update the review if appropriate. If we are not successful next time we will return the fiber
Date published: 2019-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The product was good, BUT ..... Using Recycled newspaper as insulation is a great idea. A very green way to save energy costs and help reduce landfill waste. BUT we got the "free" blower from Home Depot for buying more than 20 bags. And as the story goes,you get what you pay for. The blower could barely push the insulation to the attic (only single floor). We were putting insulation under a finished attic floor so we removed boards under the center section as well as under the section that had cross bracing. The H. D. blower had great difficulty in filling the sections under the ceiling joists. The next day we got another blower from a rental company and what a difference! What took us 6 hours on one day was done in 2 the next. Home Depot does not or has the capability to determine if the insulation blowers are in good working order. One star for the HD blower. if it had worked we would have been done in 4 hours. buy the product here but get a decent blower from somewhere else.
Date published: 2013-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Drill 1 1/2" holes in outside walls all around and blew in insulation and the entire house was insulated in under 4 hours. Close the gate as far as it goes and then open it a couple of inches and that is all. Watch the gate from time to time sometimes they vibrate open and if open to far will clog the hose and then I would be very upset. It takes time but works like a champ and packs that stuff in the walls. Duct tape the hose to the machine and tape at all junctions and then I taped a funnel onto the end cut off to easily fit into the hole. Also take some twine and tie the hose onto the machine. I held the hose and filled the walls and my wife cut the bales in half with a serrated knife and fed them into the machine via a 20 gallon bin. Whenever a section of wall was full I would holler stop and she would immediately shut it off. I would move to a new hole and holler ok. This stuff made an immediate difference in how hot the house was. Very Very happy with this product and how well it went in the walls. Wear safety glasses and wear hearing protection.
Date published: 2014-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Green Fiber Purchased 50 bags of Green Fiber to bring my R8 attic up to an R38. This is definitely a do it yourself project. Machine rental is free with a minimum purchase... at our store it is 20 bags in addition to a refundable deposit of $250. You need one person to load the hopper and the other to spray the insulation. A third person is helpful, if available, to assist in feeding the extra hose in or out of the attic as needed. Comes with 50 feet of hose and the machine stays outside. Need duct tape to connect hoses, and a broom stick taped to the end of the hose is helpful as well. It does create dust clouds that can make it difficult to see at times, dust mask is needed, however the insulation is not itchy, i wore a t-shirt. The hardest part was trying to keep the insulation level...I would recommend stapleing several measuring tape markers or paint marks to know how how high you need to go. I only had 6 for a 950 foot area and could have used many more. Took approximately 5 1/2 hours to spray 50 bags.
Date published: 2009-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This insulation made a great difference in my room climate and was easy to install. I was recently having the roof repaired over my back room and decided on a whim to blow in some insulation. After doing some quick research on the net I decided to go with the natural fiber. I went to Home Depot where I picked up the insulation and the machine. My wife and I were blowing insulation about ten minutes after pulling the machine out of the car. At first I was concerned that the space would be hard to fill because I only had a small opening and had to go about 10 ft to the back of the ceiling. The long hose, and the expanding quality of the insulation filled every little space. That night was the first winter night in my back room that I did not have to run a space heater. Notes on Instalation: It is a two person job, no way aroud that. It is very dusty (of course), so wear eye nose mouth protection. Not always easy to judge the amount you will need. I ended up buying extra and was able to return it. This is much better than fiberglass for the DIY crowd. Overall, I was very satisfied.
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Easy Installation Me and my buddy decided to insulate both of our houses on a Saturday and we bought three pallets of the Greenfiber (105 bags). This gave us a discount on the bags and a free rental of the insulation blower. Installation was a breeze. The machine worked perfect, we loaded a half bag at a time and broke it up by hand as we fed it. 1 person in the attic installing while the other person fed the machine. Was able to get both of our houses up to a 38 R value and had some insulation left over so we returned it. This is a must do project that is easily done and way cheaper then paying someone to do it. I recommend attaching a broom handle to the end og the hose so you can have a further reach and to wear a full body suit and mask...this stuff is dusty!!! All in all this took us around 6 hours for both houses and we stopped and had a lunch break. Again super easy and I already feel a difference in my house.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great and easier than we thought. We used 10 bales to top off an attic of a two-story. Brought the place from R-13 (or less) to R-30. We used 150 feet of hose. I recommend getting all the hose they have. It takes more than we thought. One more person (total three folks)at the machine to sweep and clean while doing the job is a plus. I highly recommend a dust mask for everyone. A shop-vac for final cleanup did help. I recommend a table that is a little higher than the hopper. That helps in removing the plastic from the bales and loading the hopper. It took us three and one-half hours from picking up the machine and bales to returning the machine to Home Depot. This included clean up. I will never use fiberglass again. This stuff is no itch. It is easier than I thought it would be. Oh yes, it was 33 degrees outside when we started. I would never do this in summer. Now to enjoy a lower heating bill. Only bad thing is the service desk is ringing up sales. That really slowed us (and others) up that needed the service desk.
Date published: 2014-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was our first time doing blow in, it was easy to set up and get underway and seemed to do a re... It was our first time doing blow in, it was easy to set up and get underway and seemed to do a really good job. One thing we found out is that it does not blow in as fast as we thought, so make sure you set off a good amount of time to do the job.. 900 sq.ft. 10" thick approx. 3.5 - 4 hrs.
Date published: 2019-09-03
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