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Lee Price commented on Jason Sherwood's blog post Why Use Foam Insulation In Your Home?
"Foam insulation is certainly the way to go you're looking to get the loft insulated, but I would argue a bead solution would be best for the likes of cavity walls. Any Home insulation is good insulation though so, as long as you have a…"
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Jason Sherwood replied to Craig Bird's discussion Insulating rooftop ducts with spray foam - retro - hot/dry climate
"First, you need to make sure to use a catalyzed urethane primer before laying spray foam. This will make sure the spray foam adheres. Then, spray on a urethane elastomeric coating system, which protects it from the weather elements. Hope that…"
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Bob Blanchette commented on Jason Sherwood's blog post Why Use Foam Insulation In Your Home?
"Another nice thing about foam is it does the air sealing at the same time. Fiberglass doesn't prevent air leaks."
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Why Use Foam Insulation In Your Home?

If you decide to construct your home or are planning to remodel an existing home, you have many options. A big choice to make is whether or not to insulate with old or new concepts. A huge chunk of homeowners use fiberglass insulation and do quite well with it. If you are looking for more efficiency, than read on, because there is a better way. foam insulation is a modern marvel and holds many benefits including efficiency, easy to install and lower lifetime cost. Let me dive in and get more…See More
Jan 9, 2012
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Why Use Foam Insulation In Your Home?

Posted on January 9, 2012 at 7:51am 2 Comments

If you decide to construct your home or are planning to remodel an existing home, you have many options. A big choice to make is whether or not to insulate with old or new concepts. A huge chunk of homeowners use fiberglass insulation and do quite well with it. If you are looking for more efficiency, than read on, because there is a better way. foam insulation is a modern marvel and holds many benefits including efficiency, easy to install and lower lifetime cost. Let me dive in and get more…

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At 9:35pm on January 9, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Jason,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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