Use Spray Insulation in Your Pole Barn … Who Knew!
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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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diy spray-foam insulation.  Loren wants to spray the walls and the flat roof
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All About DIY Spray Foam Insulation Kits ~ Closed-cell polyurethane spray foam has some pretty awesome qualities. It has a high R-value. It’s resistant to water, mold and insects. It expands into hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. Heck, it can even add structural support to walls and roofs.

All About DIY Spray Foam Insulation Kits ~ Closed-cell polyurethane spray foam has some pretty awesome qualities. It has a high R-value. It’s resistant to water, mold and insects. It expands into hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. Heck, it can even add structural support to walls and roofs.

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Why Mike Holmes Likes Spray Foam Insulation. (Mold proof, sound proof, Fire retardant, Over R-30 insulation rating, Energy  Efficient)

Why Mike Holmes Likes Spray Foam Insulation. (Mold proof, sound proof, Fire retardant, Over R-30 insulation rating, Energy Efficient)

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Seal Foam With Foam - Basement or crawl space rim joists are a major source of energy loss in a house, so it's well worth the effort to add insulation and seal any cracks and gaps. A good DIY approach is to cut rigid foam insulation to fit between the joists. Cut it about 1/2 in. undersized so it's easy to fit in. Shim the rigid foam in place with little chunks of foam. Then fill the space around it with expanding foam. Don't forget to caulk or foam the joint between the sill plate and the…

Seal Foam With Foam - Basement or crawl space rim joists are a major source of energy loss in a house, so it's well worth the effort to add insulation and seal any cracks and gaps. A good DIY approach is to cut rigid foam insulation to fit between the joists. Cut it about 1/2 in. undersized so it's easy to fit in. Shim the rigid foam in place with little chunks of foam. Then fill the space around it with expanding foam. Don't forget to caulk or foam the joint between the sill plate and the…

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Use a can of spray foam to seal holes in the perimeter of your basement—in walls, sills, and rim joists—as well as in the floor of the attic to help prevent heated air from escaping and cold from intruding.  The payoff: You could save 10 percent on your heating bills.

Use a can of spray foam to seal holes in the perimeter of your basement—in walls, sills, and rim joists—as well as in the floor of the attic to help prevent heated air from escaping and cold from intruding. The payoff: You could save 10 percent on your heating bills.

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