Dale Hodgins wrote:
Results were as variable as those doing the work were.
R Scott wrote:but does it trap moisture to rot wood and rust metal?
R Scott wrote:Tiny houses need to be extra careful about off gassing and air quality, there just isn't enough volume to dilute any problems. They also need to minimize wall thickness so most natural materials have a real problem fitting
Angelika Maier wrote:Why not the simple cheap yellow or pink bats? They are better for your health and do insulate better too. Because the foam is rigid and as the timber moves it will give you cavities were the cold gets through.
Jimmy Catlin wrote:I am in the design phase of a tiny house build and exploring insulation options. I can not find a consistent reliable answer as to whether or not icynene spray foam is a safe product. Any insight from people with more knowledge and experience with this product would be greatly appreciated.