Here is a selection of shots to show how we insulate our houses, in this case the Retreat gets a two story foam job.
Notice the before and after shots that hide all the holes that the light once peeped through.
The cuttings and cast offs from the job add up. I tried to crush one of these bags down with a 2400 pound water tank over night and did not collapse it even 6 “. This adds major strength to the house.
You can see the applicator in the full respirator so he does not breath in the foam and die. Not the toxicity so much as the expansion of the foam in your throat would suffocate you.
The long deep view from one end.
Here is what it looks like before they cut off the excess with the giant razor saws.
foam gun that shoots the two parts that create the foam.
Starter blobs of Icynene that I have plans for one day.
The ceiling foam will stop 97% of the heat or cold penetration. So only 3 degrees per hundred can get into the interior space.
The Retreat before the foam is sprayed to fill the voids.
A view of the central set from the inside looking out. before the foam
Amazing the changes a few hours can make.
Here is the same view of the back door through the kitchen.