Soy spray foam AND Wind mill?
So, I’m assuming this spray foam wouldn’t have problems with off-gassing, AND the R values seem high. What I don’t see is pricing, but I suppose that is to be expected.
They also have windmills – boy, these guys have it all. 😉
Good subject worthy of conversation.
Do you have any comparison pricing readily available to post here?
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There is a builder from tully NY that uses soybased foam in his houses.
He comes on here from time to time, can't remember his name.
"So, I'm assuming this spray foam wouldn't have problems with off-gassing, "
A-holes. Hey every group has to have one. And I have been elected to be the one. I should make that my tagline.
our foamer describes it as a "special" product that he only uses when there are serious allergy concerns with the owners and it is specified.
there is a significant upcharge over the closed cell standard.
and the closed cell pricing is pretty darn scary at $1 bd.ft.
he mentioned the cost to me 6 months ago, but no can remember.
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I was going to make a joke about plant esterols (? is that what they call them--mimic estrogen and soy has them) and so on, but didn't want women getting mad at me, so I won't, being the meek and mild, sensitive guy that I am--must be the off gassing of my insulation!