Should one leave the house during polyurethane application?
It depends on the place that will be insulated. For example, if you insulate a basement which is separated from the house by a closed door, it’s not absolutely necessary to leave.However, if there are children, we recommend that they are kept (…)
Has the Régie du Batiment du Québec issued recent standards in insulation?
The law amending the building code to foster the energy efficiency of buildings came into force on August 30, 2012. As part of the government’s objectives for the energy strategy and action plan on climate change, this regulation aims to (…)
Does cellulose contain urea-formaldehyde foam insulation (UFFI)?
No, it does not.
Can cellulose be added over other insulation?
Yes, but with the following restrictions: Ensure that the insulation underneath is clean Ensure that the insulation below contains no mold Ensure that all objects that cross the surface, such as dryer exhaust pipes, are also waterproof Ensure (…)
Can one insulate outside with polyurethane?
Polyurethane foam is commonly used to insulate buildings from the outside where the foam is in contact with the adjacent soil. For example, it can be installed on the outer face of foundation walls or under a concrete floor, where the floor slab is (…)