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Soy Oil Foam Insulation

A crop in abundance, Soy is the latest insulation material to hit the market

Length: 0:58
Produced By: Tom Olivares

Soy isn't good only for your body; it's also good for your house. Soy is renewable and plentiful, and when it's blown into a home's walls or floors, it's comfortable and energy-efficient as well. In this video, Fine Homebuilding editor Chris Ermides visits the BioBased Insulation booth at West Coast Green 2007 and describes the difference between open-cell and closed-cell spray-foam insulations.

Visit BioBased Insulation's Web site to learn more: http://www.biobased.net/index.php.

Video by: John Ross

December 4, 2007