How to Insulate Your Van with Spray Foam

Most people think of insulating with regards to a home. But, customers often use Foam it Green spray foam insulation to insulate their commercial vans. In this video, watch as these folks use Foam it Green to insulate their Nissan Van from start to finish.  It’s easy, fun, and can be done in a single […]

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Are Foam It Green Spray Foam Insulation tanks recyclable?

Yes, the tanks can be recycled at a steel recycling center or discarded in your normal trash pickup once they are de-pressurized and emptied. See page 11 of our instructions for the easy steps to follow to prepare your Foam It Green tanks for recycling. Do you have more questions? Give us a call at 800-516-0949 or […]

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How often do I need to change the nozzle when using spray foam insulation?

The two components come out of the spray gun separately and mix in the nozzle attached to the face of the gun.  Every time you stop spraying for 30 seconds or more, you’ll need to change the nozzle to prevent the gun from clogging. If you know you’ll be stopping for 30 seconds or more […]

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How spray foam insulation prevents heat from escaping through your attic

As much as 40% of a home’s heat loss can be through the attic. Fortunately, this is a very easy area to fix. Addressing the attic with proper insulation will save you a bundle and keep your home comfy and cozy.

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How to Deter Pests with Spray Foam Insulation

I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a Discovery Channel junkie.  Just the other day I was watching an episode of Dirty Jobs, and guess what it was about?  You guessed it – Insulating. Nope, not spray foam. It was cellulose (blown in recycled newspapers basically), and man, it WAS dirty. That stuff was blowing everywhere. […]

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Can I use Spray Foam over Existing Wiring?

Foam It Green is Class I, ASTM-E84 fire retardant foam and can be sprayed over any wiring that isn’t bare. To prevent the foam from expanding into outlets and junction boxes, I’d recommend taping any holes or areas where the foam could expand into the boxes with electrical tape (from the inside). Once the foam […]

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Will Spray Foam Insulation stick to a cement block wall?

This may be the number one question of the week, and the answer is… absolutely! Properly applied Foam it Green should bond to anything that is not oily, wet, or extremely dirty, provided the temperature of the surface is 65-85 degrees F.  It may have some difficulty sticking to some super slick surfaces like some […]

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Can I Get Exactly 1″ Cured Thickness in My Spray Foam Insulation?

When you are using spray foam insulation, you’ll want to be sure to spray evenly – both for optimal effectiveness and to save money. Because the formula rises, how do you know how to get the proper thickness? It’s easy. We’ll explain here.

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Which side was insulated with Foam It Green spray foam insulation?

Foam it Green spray foam insulation was applied somewhere – but where?  Can you see the difference in the two sides of the roof in this photo? If you guessed the left side, you are correct! It’s estimated that 40% of all air leakage goes up and out through the roof, and in the winter, […]

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Should I spray all the foam I need in one pass?

We recommend you apply your insulation foam in layers. Whether using closed cell, open cell, or spray rise, the thickness that you spray may vary. Read on for all of the details for your installation.

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