blown-in cellulose insulation - good or bad?
Newbie here in need of the best advice possible. I've qualified for a federally funded weatherization program administered by my N.C. county. They are soon to start work on my hundred year old Mill Village cottage (990 sq. ft.) that has no insulation. Among many other improvements they will make, the program will include blown in cellulose insulation.I need advice about this from trusted professionals as soon as possible, as the entire project should be starting within the next week or ten days. I've read at bobyapp.com that this insulation technique isn't good; that it gets damp and falls to the bottom, attracting termites etc. Please share what you can so that I will know how to proceed with this insulation decision. Many thanks!
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