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How to Prepare for Worst-Case Scenarios

Natural disasters are every homeowner’s worst nightmare. Some of the most common natural catastrophes in the United States include floods, droughts, wildfires, blizzards, tornadoes, heat waves, earthquakes, and thunderstorms. Billion-dollar disasters have been increasing over time. In the 1980s, most years experienced 2.7 such occurrences per year. By the 1990s and 2000s, that average nearly…

Acorns and Asbestos and Chestnuts, Oh My!

Our very own Scott Jansen was recently featured as an “Insulation Expert” in the Lowe’s Home Improvement video, “Why we don’t insulate with acorns (or asbestos) anymore.” Scott informed viewers why spray foam insulation is a better choice than traditional fiberglass insulation. Why is spray foam better than fiberglass you ask? Watch the video and…

Why Should You Choose Spray Foam Over Traditional Forms of Insulation?

With multiple types of insulation to choose from, it’s important to make the right choice when it comes to insulating your home or business. Here are a few reasons why we believe spray foam insulation is the superior choice. Airtight Barrier Just like a windbreaker, spray foam insulation completely stops air from passing through its…

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Myth Busting 2.0: Myths about Spray Foam Insulation

In 2017, we busted the top 3 myths about spray foam insulation here. Here are another 5 myths you may have heard through the grapevine; but don’t worry, we’re here to help clear that up. Spray foam insulation smells. If spray foam is installed and cured properly, it should not have any type of smell….

New NC Building Code in Effect January 1, 2019

On January 1, 2019, the 2018 North Carolina Building Code (based on the 2015 IECC with amendments) went into effect. This new code should stay for at least 3 years, since NC typically runs a 3-year code cycle, and the 2012 NC building code was in effect for 6 years. The building code requires certain…