Energy Saving Tips
March 26th, 2015 at 4:00pm |
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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March 12th, 2015 at 11:58am |
This is a common question. Should you spray all of the foam you need in one pass? Or layer it on? Well, for proper bonding and expansion, it’s best to apply the foam in layers. For our closed cell foam, spray on the foam lightly like paint (approximately 1/3rd inch in depth) and it will [...]
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March 3rd, 2015 at 8:58am |
Besides our green foam color indicator, which lets you know you’re spraying at the proper 1:1 ratio, there are several reasons why Foam It Green really is a “green” building product: * Foam It Green spray foam kits stop tremendous amounts of energy waste by sealing out air leaks. * Foam It Green has a [...]
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February 24th, 2015 at 8:31pm |
Our standard closed cell fire-retardant formula provides an insulation value of R-7 per inch. Our open cell fire-retardant formula provides an insulation value of R-3.6 per inch. If you’re unsure which to use for your application, just let us know what type of project you’re working on and we’ll help you pick the perfect foam [...]
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February 13th, 2015 at 5:02pm |
You betcha! In fact, winter is a great time for easily identifying those places that need to be insulated, due to the more apparent cold drafts, cold floors, and such. Our kits wont’ freeze in transit, and as long as the kits and the surfaces to be sprayed are within the right temperature range, you [...]
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January 30th, 2015 at 2:30pm |
It’s cold outside, and your furnace is probably on. But, you also need to install your Foam it Green. So, can it be installed with the furnace on? This question was posed to us recently, and we figure it probably applies to many during this season. Here is your answer… Once you’ve gotten the room [...]
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January 23rd, 2015 at 2:05pm |
Got neighbors? Got construction? Got traffic outside? Got kids? Got a TV? Ever have guests? If you’ve got any of these, then you’ve got NOISE. Foam it Green does a fantastic job of sound deadening because it stops air movement, which is how sound travels. If you are only spraying for sound deadening and not to insulate or stop moisture [...]
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January 22nd, 2015 at 2:59pm |
Are you feeling particularly chilly this winter? If you’re living in the eastern part of the country, it’s not just your imagination! While we know you upper mid-westerners endured a cold winter and snowy extremes last year, this year mother nature is sharing the experience with those on the east coast and down in the [...]
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January 19th, 2015 at 7:26am |
Brrr… It’s cold outside, and you want to get that insulation project done this weekend so that you stay toasty for the rest of the winter! But you may be wondering, “Is it too cold to ship and use Foam it Green?” That is a great question, and the answer is absolutely not! We only [...]
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January 12th, 2015 at 5:22pm |
Fast rise spray foam (or standard rise foam, as we refer to it) is designed to spray just about any open surface you can see, including walls, under floors, rim joists, attic floors, and the underside of the roof. Slow rise foam expands at a slower rate than the fast rising foam, and is designed [...]
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