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July 27th, 2015 at 1:16pm |
Many people looking to use Foam it Green insulation in their homes ask us if they need to use spray foam insulation exclusively, or if they can combine different insulation materials to complete their project. You have many options when insulating, and combining your materials may be the most cost-effective solution for your specific situation. [...]
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July 2nd, 2015 at 5:14pm |
Today’s question of the day is: “How long will Foam it Green spray foam insulation last once applied and cured?” Well, the answer is simple. A lifetime. It is truly a set-and-forget insulation. Because it won’t hold moisture, it will never grow mold. Because it doesn’t sag or settle, it won’t need to be replaced. [...]
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June 25th, 2015 at 8:35pm |
Monica from Utah wrote us this week to share her Foam It Green experience. Here’s what she has to say: WOW, what an excellent product. And the staff at Foam it Green is fabulous and very helpful. We had no problems spraying our A-Frame out in the boonies. The product arrived on time and actually [...]
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June 18th, 2015 at 6:37pm |
It’s gearing up to be a hot one this summer, and the pressure is on to get those DIY projects done before your overworked HVAC starts affecting your wallet! Here are 3 ways to make sure that insulating your home will lower your bills and be the easiest project you do all summer! 1) Skip [...]
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June 18th, 2015 at 6:11pm |
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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May 7th, 2015 at 5:35pm |
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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May 5th, 2015 at 10:28am |
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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April 27th, 2015 at 4:42am |
Still not convinced that you’re losing a ton of heat up through your attic? Perhaps the following story, related by a one of our callers asking about spray foam insulation will help convince you that 40% of all heat loss goes up and out through your attic: The gentleman I spoke with today purchased a [...]
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April 7th, 2015 at 6:05pm |
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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April 6th, 2015 at 3:27pm |
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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