Soy based foam insulation

Soy Seal for Gaps & Cracks is a closed cell foam sealant that spray applies to fill and seal gaps and cracks and reduce energy waste. Unlike petroleum based foams, Soy Seal uses Agrol, a bio-polyoil. The product is the first canned insulating foam to earn the GREENGUARD for Children & Schools indoor air quality certification. The product comes supplied in 2 formulas: Soy Seal for Gaps & Cracks, and Soy Seal for Windows & Doors.

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Formaldehyde free fiberglass insulation

EcoBatt Glasswool Insulation from Knauf uses the Ecose bio-based binder rather than a conventional petroleum one, so it is free of the phenol compounds, formaldehyde, acrylics, and artificial colors typically found in traditional fiber glass insulation. EcoBatt is approved by GREENGUARD for Children and Schools and it is also certified to meet CHPS Low-Emitting Materials criteria section 01350.

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Quick-apply stud installation strips

Anyone who has ever seen thermal imagery of a home insulation system has been struck by how the studs themselves are the worst thermal transmitter in the wall. But one thin ¼"x 1.5" strip of Thermablok™ added to the stud's edge can increase the insulating performance by over 40%, according to U.S. DOE test results. Thermablok is "Class A" fire rated, and is also mold resistant. The product comes with a simple pull and stick adhesive backing for easy, clean installation.

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Fiberglass-faced gypsum sheathing

TI_GreenGlassHero2.tifGreenGlass sheathing from Temple Inland provides solid protection from mold, moisture, and harsh weather for commercial or residential structures. The panels - available in 4' width and lengths of 8', 9', 10' and 12' - can be installed under a wide range of exterior veneers including brick, stone, metal, wood, vinyl, EIFS and various curtainwall systems. It's available in a standard 1/2"-thick standard core version as well as a 5/8"-thick Type X fire-resistant core.

GreenGlass is available with an SCS certified 90 percent recycled content, making it eligible for added credits under LEED and NAHBGreen. "This helps architects, designers, and builders not only build better but also greener," said Jim Hannan, a Marketing Support Specialist for Temple Inland. "And that's becoming a greater expectation every day."

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