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Soy Insulation

Install eco-friendly soy insulation foam as a substitute for inorganic foam insulation.

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For decades, the lowly little soy bean has been a mainstay for farmers in the agriculture community.

Lately this bean has seen a resurgence in its popularity. That popularity is now in a totally different direction, and that is becoming a major player in the home insulation arena.

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It has been found that the soy bean makes a terrific substitute for the inorganic materials that have once dominated the foam insulation market.

The products that the soybean are displacing are oil products, use of CFC's or HCFC's and a multitude of other environmentally unfriendly products such as formeldehyde.

While most of the usage of soy-based products has been with foam-based insulation products that are spray applied, there has been breakthrough technology that will allow soy to be used for rigid insulation boards as well.

This has long been a market dominated by the polyurethane, polyisocyanurate, and the blown CFC and HCFC insulation board industry.

This will be a welcome relief as a viable eco-friendly alternative to these products.

Spray Soy Foam Insulation

Soy Insulation - Spray On Installation

Soy Insulation Foam Environmental Benefits:

Soy Insulation is produced from plant-based and recycled renewable resources Is water blown

It has no VOC's nor does it contain urea or ozone depleting CFS's or HCFC's

It reduces demand and dependence on non-renewable petroleum reserves

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Soy Insulation Foam Performance Benefits:

Is ultra-light weight

Has excellent thermal and acoustical properties Insulates and seals air gaps after one application

Meets government requirements for using renewable resources

Reduces indoor noise pollution

Stays firmly in place, will not settle

Provides an R-Value of 3.6 per inch or greater R-Value holds stable over time

Lowers heating and cooling costs

Cellulose earns LEED and US Green Building c redits for green construction. Architects and builders can earn credits towards certification under both the LEED and US Green Building green building programs.

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Soy Insulation Foam Health Benefits:

Helps prevent mold and fungi growth by controlling moisture and condensation

Has zero food value for rodents or insects

Lowers free floating dust and allergens

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