You’re looking to re-insulate your attic with spray foam because you’re tired of losing money, but there are just a few more things to consider.
You’re planning to build your dream house, but that dream can quickly become a nightmare if it isn’t comfortable and energy efficient.
Visualize this homeowner nightmare.
The goal of any homeowner is to make their home an even better place to live. The next item on your list is insulation, but there’s a question over off-gas. The word contractors use for off-gas is VOC or volatile organic compound. It's basically all of the little bits that are expelled during the process of spraying something. Off-gas is in your hairspray, your kid's body spray, and anything you brought home from the dry cleaners. But does spray foam insulation off-gas?
Spray foam insulation is great for making your home more comfortable and energy efficient, but the yellow-beige color is begging for a makeover.
You have finally built the perfect workshop or storage space in your pole barn, but now you need to find the best insulation to finish the job.
You are looking to insulate your attic to keep heat from escaping, but you’re not sure which insulation type will meet your needs.
As a homeowner you are looking into new or updated insulation for your home, but you still have questions about open cell spray foam.
As you have been researching insulation choices for your project, you have probably come across many different types of insulation including fiberglass, cellulose, and spray foam.