Walltite Eco™ Spray Foam
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Miss Ann: Try this link: http://www.spf.basf.com/homeowners_locate.php or contact these locations: Houston Facility 1703 Crosspoint Avenue Houston, TX 77054 (800) 796-9743 Minneapolis Facility 13630 Watertower Circle Minneapolis, MN 55441 (800) 888-3342
I have a 1940s brick/concrete block house with electric heat/A/C. The only insulation was 1.5" concrete plaster and an air gap. Wind, humidity, cold -- everything came through those walls. With a full gut and rewire of the upstairs, I've since installed a closed cell soy spray foam on the walls and open cell in the ceiling with attic room above. Even when the power was out for a frigid day, the upstairs stayed warm. It's more expensive, but it's worth it. On the interior walls, I added the Roxul sound insulation, which also helps keep the area warm with minimal drafts on windy days. I have an addition underway and getting the contractors to deal with conduit for wiring and spray foam is an uphill battle though. I tell them and curious neighbors to just walk up the stairs to experience the drastic difference. Midway up the stairs it's like hitting summer! Thank you Mike and team for promoting products that may not get light of day otherwise. It also helps us to ask the right questions and push the envelope.
I Live in the United States, am looking for info on how to offer this product as a certified contractor. Thanks
I live in United States and I can not find a place here that can install Walltite. Could someone please help me with this? Thank You.