Cellulose Insulation

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Our customers tell us that controlling energy costs and battling pests are two of the biggest issues every homeowner encounters. We get it. Heating and cooling loss translates into money loss, and pests are just … pests! You are either paying for energy loss or getting paid with proper insulation. Your choice.

The cost of improper attic insulation is substantially more than bringing your current R-Values up to recommended levels. Okeena has developed a comprehensive solution for our customers that helps prevent energy from escaping your home so you can start saving money, and keeping pests from entering your home today –

Okeena Blown-in Cellulose Insulation



Understanding R-Values

The U.S. Department of Energy base their recommendations for home insulation
according to your climate. These levels are measured in R-value.

R-Value, or Resistance Value, is the insulations ability to resist heat transfer. Higher
R-value indicates that your roof and walls will better resist heat transfer.

Most U.S. homes should have between R-22 and R-49 insulation in the attic; however, many do not. Check your R-value here:


How to Determine Your R-Value……

  1. Type of Current Insulation- Fiberglass, Cellulose, or Rockwool
  2. Depth (in inches) of Current Insulation
  3. Multiply Depth of insulation per inch to determine R-Value- Fiberglass-(3.2 R-Value per inch) Cellulose-(3.39 R-Value per inch) Rock Wool-(3.1 R-Value per inch)
  4. Determine R-Value Needed: Use Department of Energy Recommended R-Value (38) and subtract your current R-Value
  5. Use R-Value Needed and divide by R-Value per inch for insulation type-Cellulose 3.39 R-Value per inch

For Example:

  1. Fiberglass Insulation
  2. 6″ currently installed
  3. Current R-Value of R-19.2
  4. Desired R-Value of R-38, (R-38-R-19.2=R-18.8 is needed)
  5. R-18.8/3.39 (Cellulose)=5.55 inches needs to be added to get to the desired R-38

It just makes sense, and saves dollars!

Our insulation is made from recycled newsprint and impregnated with natural boric acid. It is an environmentally friendly way to drive away pests like cockroaches, silverfish, sow bugs, pill bugs, earwigs, crickets, ants, millipedes, centipedes, and book lice while reducing utility bills. Once installed, the boric acid will control insects for the entire life of your insulation.

Below are the advantages and benefits of Okeena’s Cellulose Insulation. A homeowner can save an average of 30% on heating and cooling costs year-round!

  • Eco- Friendly product composed of recycled materials and natural products
  • Fire resistant
  • Natural pesticide prevents many common pests from harboring
  • Provides acoustical insulation benefits
  • Prevents nearly 40% more energy loss than fiberglass batting*
  • Saves money on heating/cooling cost
  • ENERGY STAR® rated

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Our Commitment

We’re committed to your complete satisfaction. If you’re not 100% happy, we’ll work to do whatever we have to do to make it right. Guaranteed.

Don’t let another season go by throwing your money out your roof – call us today for a free evaluation!

Keep Your Home Warmer in the Winter and Cooler in the Summer!