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"1st, forget cellulose, it is trash, hold moisture packs down, molds eventually, and…"

Bpb Farmer replied Apr 30, 2015 to Dense packed cellulose in basement?

31 May 5, 2015
Reply by Bryan Pringle

"I have an injection / spray foam foam company and we do this all the time. You remov…"

Bpb Farmer replied Apr 30, 2015 to How to correctly insulate exterior wall in a 1900 house?

12 Apr 30, 2015
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"Sorry to hear about this incident. I have run into the same type of people and have…"

Bpb Farmer replied Jan 2, 2015 to Unhappy customer, feels should have saved more...

24 Jan 8, 2015
Reply by Richard C. MacCrea

"Amen Pat!!!"

Bpb Farmer replied Dec 7, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
Reply by Bpb Farmer

"Ed, That nasty insulation you are speaking of would be the squirrel,  mouse and rat…"

Bpb Farmer replied Dec 7, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
Reply by Bpb Farmer

"Amen Mr. Bud Poll. You are absolutely correct. Now if more of the public educate the…"

Bpb Farmer replied Dec 7, 2014 to Cellulose As An Air Seal

14 Dec 7, 2014
Reply by Bpb Farmer

"It's Me again. Sorry to swim against the flow but cellulose is a disaster. Dusty, ca…"

Bpb Farmer replied Sep 27, 2014 to Blown Cellulose VS Blown Fiberglass in the Attic

12 Nov 1, 2014
Reply by Morgan Hunter

"Do your self and your wallet a favor and get injection foam. The traditional insulat…"

Bpb Farmer replied Jul 3, 2014 to So many homes have poorly installed fiberglass insulation. Have you been successful with a retrofit dense pack cellulose?

5 Jul 5, 2014
Reply by James P. Weingardt

"RetroFoam injection foam is the solution. Use it all the time here in Alabama. Seals…"

Bpb Farmer replied Mar 27, 2014 to Best Insulation For Older Building With Potential Moisture

8 Mar 27, 2014
Reply by Roy L. Miller

"NEVER use closed cell in an attic space! Closed cell is just that, water will not pa…"

Bpb Farmer replied Mar 27, 2014 to Open cell foam and cellulose... Can they work together?

11 Mar 29, 2014
Reply by Richard Beyer

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