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Why HempWool is the Healthy Natural Choice for Insulating your New Home

Building a house is one of the most stressful things anybody ever chooses to do, with an endless stream of decisions from selecting the type of floor to the kind of faucets you pick - it's no wonder insulation may be the least of your worries. While many homebuilders often let their general contractors decide on the materials that go into the walls and in the areas unseen, the type of insulation you use is one of the most important decisions you'll make. Because let's get real, it'll be much easier to change out your faucets than to reinsulate your home a few years from now, which is something you really don't want to do. Insulation is something you want to get right the first time, which is why you should use HempWool. In the year 2020, we found that the average person spent about 62% of their waking time in their home. With this many hours spent indoors, choosing non-toxic materials for you and your loved ones is incredibly vital to living a healthy long life.

You can see all the compelling benefits of this material here.

Other simple reasons include:

  • HempWool insulation is vapor-permeable meaning you won't have to worry about mold or mildew. Hemp is also naturally pest repellent, so no critters will be getting into this material.

  • HempWool will help reduce your heating and cooling costs, with high thermal inertia as a phase-shift resistant material, it keeps your home comfortable all year round!

  • There are no VOCs, off-gassing, or toxic materials in HempWool.

  • This material is made from 92% plant-based fibers, so it will benefit you and the environment.

Your builder should welcome your decision to use HempWool as it's safe to touch, non-toxic, and easy to install. The pressure fit system means that HempWool can be cut and installed without having to rent gear, wear hazmat suits, and it will keep their team safe in the long run. From long hot summers to the coldest winter months, you'll be glad you decided on HempWool insulation.

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