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Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation provides builders and homeowners with a cost effective way to seal and insulate the building envelope. Spray foam is a relatively new type of insulation and air sealing product that can be used with wood and metal framing, ceilings, floors, underside of roofs/attics, crawl spaces, basements and foundations. Builders use blow-in spray applied foam insulation to fill and seal wall cavities, thereby accomplishing both the insulation and sealing requirements in one operation, with the added advantage of controlling sound.


Video of Residential Features & Benefits of Spray Foam

Residential Features & Benefits of Spray Foam

Closed cell spray foam offers many features and benefits for high-quality, energy efficient insulation and air sealing applications. Mark Josephs of Honeywell, the makers of a spray foam blowing agent that also serves as the insulating gas, explains the features and benefits of spray foam.

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Video of Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation -- Installation & Compliance

Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation -- Installation & Compliance

Mason Knowles of the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance provides an in-depth explanation of the proper installation of polyurethane spray foam. This type of insulation lends itself well to those hard-to-reach, hard-to-insulate spaces including crawl spaces, basements and attics. This video also reviews compliance considerations in creating non-vented attic spaces.

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Video of Fundamentals of Spray Foam Insulation

Fundamentals of Spray Foam Insulation

Mary Bogdand, Senior Research Scientist at Honeywell gives an in-depth explanation of the properties of spray foam insulations, including open and closed cell variations, high and low perm products, and air and blowing agents within the foams.

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