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Learn about Sheep's Wool Blown-In Insulation

Sheep's Wool Blown-In Insulation

Sheep's wool blown-in insulation is loose fill insulation that is produced from sheep wool fibers. It can be used in homes and provides excellent thermal and acoustic properties.

Sheep's wool has a number of benefits

It's also 100% natural, renewable and sustainable. Sheep's wool insulation is available in batt or blown-in.

There are no known health issues associated with sheep's wool blown-in insulation, unlike some mineral wool products. Pricing, quality, and fire resistance between manufacturers can vary greatly. If you are concerned about the total embodied energy, it's important to understand where the wool was sourced and the manufacturing process.

Sheep's wool batt insulation is a sustainable and renewable product. It is 100% natural and requires very little energy to produce. Wool is also a keratin and, therefore, does not support mold growth.

The first recorded use of sheep's wool for insulation was by Mongolian nomads. They used felted or woven wool from sheep to insulation the floors and walls of their homes, called ger or yurts.

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