Spray Foam Insulation at a fraction of the cost for a Skoolie or RV. :) Good for attic spaces too!

Spray Foam Insulation at a fraction of the cost for a Skoolie or RV. :) Good for attic spaces too!

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diy spray-foam insulation.  Loren wants to spray the walls and the flat roof
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Why it pays to splurge on spray-foam roof insulation. | Photo: Courtesy of Certainteed Corporation | thisoldhouse.com

Why it pays to splurge on spray-foam roof insulation. | Photo: Courtesy of Certainteed Corporation | thisoldhouse.com

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Spray Foam Insulation Does Not Work with All HVAC Systems Before you use spray foam insulation in an attic, make sure the HVAC system is compatible  (free content but registration required)

Spray Foam Insulation Does Not Work with All HVAC Systems Before you use spray foam insulation in an attic, make sure the HVAC system is compatible (free content but registration required)

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There must be a better way than pricey spray-foam insulation to make a home more energy efficient.
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Spray foam insulation costs and foundation waterproofing costs. Call us now for free infrared inspection, quote and talk to the boss.

Spray foam insulation costs and foundation waterproofing costs. Call us now for free infrared inspection, quote and talk to the boss.

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Sill plates and rim joists are usually poorly insulated (if at all) and very leaky. So if you have an unfinished basement, grab some silicone or acrylic latex caulk to seal the sill plate. If you simply have fiberglass insulation stuffed against the rim joist, pull it out. Run a bead of caulk between the edge of the sill plate and the top of the foundation wall. Use expanding spray foam anywhere there are gaps larger than 1/4 in. between the sill and the foundation.

Sill plates and rim joists are usually poorly insulated (if at all) and very leaky. So if you have an unfinished basement, grab some silicone or acrylic latex caulk to seal the sill plate. If you simply have fiberglass insulation stuffed against the rim joist, pull it out. Run a bead of caulk between the edge of the sill plate and the top of the foundation wall. Use expanding spray foam anywhere there are gaps larger than 1/4 in. between the sill and the foundation.

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