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Fiberlite Technologies Offers InCide Insulation

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InCide pest control insulation combines cellulose insulation with an effective pest control additive, company reports.

| October 9, 2012

InCide packaging. Image courtesy of Fiberlite Technologies.

JOPLIN, Mo. - Fiberlite Technologies offers InCide Pest Control Insulation, a value-added product that combines cellulose insulation with a safe and effective pest control additive, Fiberlite reports.

InCide provides continuous pest protection and can assist in lowering heating and cooling costs, according to the manufacturer. The insulation is flame resistant and is manufactured from 100 percent recycled paper. The product is registered with the Environmental Protection Agency and may only be installed by licensed pest control operators.

Fiberlite said InCide is ideal for homes and offices. For more information on the product, visit InCidePestControl.com

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