I learned a lot about spray foam yesterday. For example, closed-cell spray foam has a higher R-Value than open-cell spray foam. According to The Spray Foam Guy (I didn’t catch his name) homes that have spray foam insulation have very low incidents fires that spread throughout the home. Of course a fire could start in a home with spray foam, however, the foam is so effective at insulating that the fire dies out due to a lack of oxygen. In the event of a fire, spray foam also buys you more time to get out of the house too.
There is A LOT of spray foam in The Ashland House now. When I first walked in yesterday I could tell it was warmer inside. Quieter too!
The guys weren’t sure if they would be able to insulate the ceiling over the front porch because of the wind. Apparently they were able to. Good news!
Here are some more pictures:
The Sprinkler Guys (I didn’t meet them) installed the fire sprinklers yesterday too. Here are some pictures of that:
As always, thanks for reading and have a Joyful Day!