Homes are increasingly sick. Sheep wool provides an unparalleled solution to an increasing challenge in the built environment. “All other forms of insulation are unhealthy at best, toxic at worst and ineffective by comparison.”
Consider what happens to your indoor air quality when you insulate with subpar materials and your house doesn’t breathe properly. Per the EPA, indoor pollutants increase when there is not enough fresh air in a home.
Don’t let your builder, architect or insulation installer be in charge of your health. Their interests are not always aligned with yours so make sure you inquire on all materials in your home.
Optimally, you should have a chemical-free passive filtration insulating material that insulates well, manages moisture and reduces sound. It’s good for your home, your family and the environment.
Why more people are using wool in their walls
For those who want to know their home is built of high integrity materials that not only perform well but create a healthy environment, you are in luck as these materials are on the rise. Wool insulation is one of them.
Havelock Wool Insulation Lifecycle
Installing Havelock loose sheep wool insulation is a little different than other loose fiber products. Watch this video for installation tips:
Sheep Wool Insulation Prices