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When The Snow Melts, Is Your Basement Safe?

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When The Snow Melts, Is Your Basement Safe?

Did you survive the winter? Have you had enough of shoveling snow yet? Hopefully your insulation kept your home cozy and warm through the winter, without needing to spend an arm and a leg on your monthly heating bills. Now that the snow is beginning to melt, there may be new problems on the horizon for your home. If you live in an area prone to flooding, this time of year may actually be the worst for you.

It can be incredibly stressful to spend time worrying about whether or not your basement will flood in the spring. Regardless of whether or not your basement is finished, it would be helpful to consider insulating with spray foam insulation like Icynene. Because the closed cell foam has the ability to reject bulk water, when you insulate with Icynene, issues with basement flooding can be minimized.

Closed cell Icynene spray foam insulation helps to reduce the risk of basement flooding while open cell spray foam insulation allows for bi-directional drying in other areas of your home. That means any moisture that the insulation absorbs will not lead to other potential headaches. 

Find a licensed Icynene spray foam insulation contractor in your area, to discover more reasons to choose Icynene.

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