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Allentown, Pa 18106
Cellulose University
As a homeowner you have several options when insulating your home. The links below provide articles and
resources to help educate you about the benefits of cellulose so that you can make an informed decision.
A comprehensive source of information on state, local utility and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Remodeling News, Jan/Feb 2008, by Leroy Anthony
by Paul Fisette, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Developed by the US Dept. of Energy.  Calculates the most economic insulation level for your new or existing house based upon your ZIP code.
DSIRE: The Department of Energy's Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency
Standard Practice for the Installation of Sprayed Cellulosic Wall Cavity Insulation
Standard Practice for Installing Cellulose Building Insulation 
The Burning Question about Cellulose Insulation… IT Doesn’t!
Cellulose Insulation- A Smart Choice
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Keeping Warm and Staying Healthy
A Comprehensive look at Fiberglass and Cellulose Insulation
by Anjanette DeCarlo & Allen Hershkowitz, Ph. D., Natural Resources Defense Council
FiberAmerica - Insulating Attic
This video shows FiberAmerica's Green Seal Brand of cellulose insulation being installed in the attic of a newly constructed home. For more information visit www.FiberAmerica.us
FiberAmerica - Netting
A certified installer installing FiberAmerica brand Green Seal insulation into new wall construction.
Wall Spray
Professional installers install FiberAmerica's Green Seal brand of cellulose insulation. This video shows a "wall spray" application of Green Seal All-Borate Wall Spray.