March 30th, 2015 at 4:32pm |
Using spray foam insulation is not an exact science, so you will probably get some peaks and valleys in the foam. This is perfectly normal, which is why we recommend that you plan accordingly and add 20% to your estimated needs. By doing so, you’re sure to have enough foam to cover all the areas [...]
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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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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 14th, 2015 at 5:11pm |
Hi everyone, Just wanted to introduce you all to our brand new temperature strips! Looking very similar to a traditional thermometer, using them is now easy peasy! These are much easier to read than our old strips, and are now included with all kits on all orders. In watching the video to the right, you’ll [...]
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January 5th, 2015 at 6:29pm |
Energy bills are rising across the nation. But the good news is that you can easily counteract that with a few easy projects. Here are the top 3 projects to give you the most “bang” for your buck! 1. Insulating your garage ceiling (if there is living space above) or the underside of your basement [...]
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December 23rd, 2014 at 3:58pm |
In short, absolutely! We’ve specifically created Foam It Green kits to be easy for just about any first-time sprayer to spray successfully and achieve amazing results. So, folks of all ages and levels of experience use Foam it Green. In fact, most of our customers have never used spray foam before, and are often surprised [...]
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December 16th, 2014 at 6:01pm |
Can you spray foam a wall or bumpy concrete? Can you spray foam on brick, or a metal sheet? What about wood, or plastic, or stucco? Is there any place that this stuff just won’t go? The answer is, well, it goes most any place, Inside, or outside, and any shaped space. Just check a [...]
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December 15th, 2014 at 8:43pm |
Tom asks: “When spraying the underside of the roof, should I spray directly to the roof deck or install baffles to leave an air channel?” Great question! When spraying the underside of the roof, you have two options: You can spray directly to the underside of the roof deck and seal off all roof venting. [...]
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