Expanded polystyrene and the environment

Expanded polystyrene and the environment

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Installing Loose-Fill Insulation | Home Depot Canada

Installing Loose-Fill Insulation | Home Depot Canada

Mesh Loose Fill Insulation Bags - 18" x 22" (Bundle of 100)

Mesh Loose Fill Insulation Bags - 18" x 22" (Bundle of 100)

Install baffles to keep loose fill insulation from spilling onto intake vents and blocking them.

Install baffles to keep loose fill insulation from spilling onto intake vents and blocking them.

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DIY TIP: Make a plywood rake to help you install insulation in your attic. Cut the plywood to fit in between rafters to create an even and smooth layer.

DIY TIP: Make a plywood rake to help you install insulation in your attic. Cut the plywood to fit in between rafters to create an even and smooth layer.

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7 Insulation Tips to Save Money & Energy | Old House Online - use loose fill insulation treated w/ borates rather than sulfates.

7 Insulation Tips to Save Money & Energy | Old House Online - use loose fill insulation treated w/ borates rather than sulfates.

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Types of Loose-Fill Insulation  The most common types of materials used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral (rock or slag) wool. All of these materials are produced using recycled waste materials. Cellulose is primarily made from recycled newsprint. Most fiberglass contains 20%–30% recycled glass. Mineral wool is usually produced from 75% post-industrial recycled content.

Types of Loose-Fill Insulation The most common types of materials used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral (rock or slag) wool. All of these materials are produced using recycled waste materials. Cellulose is primarily made from recycled newsprint. Most fiberglass contains 20%–30% recycled glass. Mineral wool is usually produced from 75% post-industrial recycled content.

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Premium Plus Rockwool Loose Fill Insulation Bags

Premium Plus Rockwool Loose Fill Insulation Bags

Mineral wool loose fill insulation is made from molten rock and slag and spun or blown into fibers that are then processed into the final product. It is an effective insulation and meets the requirements of ASTM C764 – Mineral Fiber Loose Fill Thermal Insulation. Mineral wool loose fill insulation is inorganic and noncombustible. In addition, the fibers will not rot or absorb moisture and do not support the growth of mildew, mold, or fungus.

Mineral wool loose fill insulation is made from molten rock and slag and spun or blown into fibers that are then processed into the final product. It is an effective insulation and meets the requirements of ASTM C764 – Mineral Fiber Loose Fill Thermal Insulation. Mineral wool loose fill insulation is inorganic and noncombustible. In addition, the fibers will not rot or absorb moisture and do not support the growth of mildew, mold, or fungus.

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