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Can mold grow in blown-in cellulose insulation?

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No
53%
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Question: Can mold grow in blown-in cellulose insulation?
Top Answer (53% of 13 votes): No.

Answer: No
Explanation: It is treated.
Unified Insulation Services
Answer: No
Explanation: But maybe on the dust in the product
Saunders Insulation
Answer: No
Explanation: Generally no. The hygroscopic nature of the material promotes fast drying, and the boric acid fire retardant additive inhibits mold growth.
Progressive Energy Services
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Answer: Yes
Explanation: If the ventilation is inadequate it can support mold growth.
Smith Insulation
Answer: Yes
Explanation: Cellulose is paper and is highly not recommend for Florida.
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