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Fri., Jul. 14, 2017
 Can You Compare Spray Foam Insulation to Foam Board?

When you’re trying to decide between the many different insulation types available, you may happen upon foam board insulation and decide you have it made. It is, after all, a great insulation product that can help create an air seal, when installed properly. If you compare spray foam insulation to foam board insulation, however, the choice becomes a clear one.

Thu., Jul. 13, 2017
 Spray Foam or Batt Insulation? The Choice is Clear

Sometimes, the decisions you need to make are simple. Should you pay your bills on time? Yes, if you want to maintain your credit rating. Should you follow up on that job application? If you haven’t heard anything yet, yes, even if it’s just to confirm that they’ve received your application. Other decisions aren’t as clear, like when it comes to insulation. Deciding between spray foam or batt insulation may require some serious research.

Categories: Insulation
Tue., Jul. 04, 2017

Icynene has announced the launch of its latest high-performance closed-cell spray foam insulation product for the Canadian market – Icynene ProSeal LE - a low exotherm spray foam product.

Categories: Insulation
Sun., Jul. 02, 2017
Compare Spray Foam Insulation to Other Types to Find Out How They Rank and Compare

Making a decision about a home improvement as major as replacing your insulation might seem completely overwhelming, right now. As a culture, we are constantly bombarded with information what is best for us, whether it’s food, exercise, supplements, or the materials in our environment.

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Sat., Jul. 01, 2017
Can You Compare Spray Foam Insulation to Blown In?

Many homeowners make the mistake of trying to compare spray foam insulation to blown in insulation like fiberglass or cellulose, but the truth is, there really is no comparison. The words may have a similar connotation, to those who are less well-informed about the topic; after all, both involve spraying or blowing a product into an enclosed area of the building envelope, in order to insulate the home.

Categories: Insulation
Fri., Jun. 30, 2017
Making the Most of R-Value With Foam Insulation

A term you will often hear thrown around, when you’re talking to other homeowners or contractors about insulation, is the R-value the insulation holds. You may hear that more is better, or that different parts of your home require different R-values, or even that different climates will need lower or higher R-value. It’s confusing, to say the least.

Categories: Insulation

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