Yes. Spray foam insulation is an environmentally safe, “green” product. The product Energsmart uses contains sugar cane extracted oils and a meaningful amount of recycled plastic bottles. In fact, it is “triple green” for a green wallet, green home, and green environment — reducing the demand for fossil fuels to heat and cool homes. Like similar products, including cellular plastics, it contains non-recycled components, too, but these components have zero global warming potential. Its superior efficiency results in drastically reduced use of non-renewable resources like electricity, natural gas, coal, and oil.
Is spray foam insulation environmentally friendly?
- Why would I pay twice as much for spray foam insulation when I could just use fiberglass instead?
- How can R-20 of spray foam insulation outperform R-38 of fiberglass?
- Which product is better, open cell foam or closed cell foam?
- What is spray foam insulation? How long has it been around?
- What are some other advantages of spray foam insulation?
- Can my house be “too tight”?
- Is spray foam insulation a fire hazard? What are its flammability and fire-rating characteristics?
- Does spray foam insulation change physically over time?
- Is spray foam insulation environmentally friendly?
- Why don’t more builders use spray foam insulation?
- At what stage is spray foam insulation installed?
- How is spray foam insulation installed?
- How long does it take spray foam insulation to cure?
- Do I need attic and roof venting?
- Does spray foam insulation have limited uses?
- Can spray foam insulation eliminate moisture problems?
- Do I need a vapor barrier with spray foam insulation?
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