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The Industrial Age Made It Possible

Of all the ages in history, the industrial age has always been the most fascinating to me. During this time, the world truly transformed into a civilized society that was capable of doing anything they put their minds to. While the world has now moved on to the technological era, I am still quite impressed by the accomplishments that the industrial era provided us. If it was not for these accomplishments, we would not be able to manufacturer many of the products that most people now use on a daily basis. That is why I wanted to start a blog that is completely dedicated to the accomplishments of industrial companies in today's society.

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There Are Pros And Cons To Using Spray Foam Insulation

If you are looking for new insulation for your house, there are all kinds of options open to you. One of those choices is to get spray foam insulation. There are pros and cons to getting spray foam insulation put into your house. 

Spray Foam Insulation

This insulation gets sprayed on the walls before the drywall is installed. Or you can retrofit your house with the insulation and have it sprayed through holes in your walls, which will then let the foam do its job. The foam is sprayed on in a thin layer, covering all the space. After it is sprayed, it expands to fill all the available space. If the foam is sprayed before the wall is finished, it may be necessary to shave some of the foam down so that drywall can get installed. 

Pros of Spray Foam Installation

There are several pros to getting spray foam installation. One of them is that the spray foam insulation can help keep moisture out of your walls, so it can block the growth of mold and mildew. 

Another pro is the fact that spray foam insulation generally has a higher R value than some of the other forms of insulation. That's because the expansion feature of the foam makes sure that any leaks or holes are completely filled over, so there is no air exchange, which keeps your house more insulated. The R value of insulation refers to how well the insulation can resist heat that is moving through the material. The higher the R value a particular insulation has, the better its heat resistance is and the more it will be able to insulate your house. 

Spray foam insulation can also be environmentally friendly. There are some foam insulations that have been green-washed, meaning that some of the compounds making up the insulation have been switched out for greener components. There are also some spray foams that have entirely green components. These green spray foam products are ideal if you are environmentally conscious.

Cons of Spray Foam Insulation

One common problem with spray foam insulation is that if it isn't installed properly, then you may not get all the benefits that you want from it. If the insulation is sprayed too thinly, then it will not fill up as much space as it should. 

If you are looking for new insulation for your house, you may want to choose to use spray foam insulation. It may be the right choice for your situation.