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THE R VALUE MYTH

5/12/2017

The R Value Myth The Myth of Insulation Values The R-value is a modern fairy tale. It’s a fairy tale that has been so touted to the American consumer that it now has a chiseled in-stone status. But the saddest part of this fairy tale is that the R-value by itself is almost a worthless number. It is impossible to define an ins...

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BPI Launches Homeowner Blog

BPI Launches Homeowner Blog

12/3/2015

http://www.bpihomeowner.org/blog...

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Spray Foam Insulation Products

12/2/2015

Depending on your unique scenario, there is a spray foam product that's right for your home. Whether using our soft, sponge-like open-cell foam products or our rigid closed-cell foam products, your licensed Icynene contractor will help you achieve thermal comfort and air sealing. Each of our spray foam products has different a...

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WARNING on a bag of fiberglass

7/15/2014

THINGS TO THINK ABOUT Did you ever notice the WARNING on a bag of fiberglass stating that it can cause cancer? Leading fiberglass manufacturers used to make asbestos and claimed that would not hurt you either! Did you know that you can now buy "formaldehyde free" fiberglass? What was in their product before? Did you know that mold needs air, water...

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Reasons to Air Seal Your Home

6/23/2014

Top 10 Reasons to Air Seal Your Home 1, Return on Investment:   It’s the best investment you’ll ever make.  Air leakage is responsible for up to 40% of your heating loss.  Imagine spending less than a $1000 to have a professional crew come in and, in half a day with no mess, reduce your heating and cooling bills by u...

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Questions Asked About Spray Foam Insulation

5/15/2014

Top 10 Questions Asked About Spray Foam Insulation   1. What’s the difference between open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation? Answer: The raw materials of both types of foam are nearly identical.  The main difference between them is how dense they are (or, how much we fluff up the material during the spraying.) Th...

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