Is Spray Foam Insulation Eco-Friendly? Clean Crawls Addresses the Environmental Impact of Spray Foam Insulation in Latest Article

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Clean Crawls, a crawl space and attic servicing company from Everett, WA and serving King, Skagit, and Snohomish Counties, has released an article advising homeowners on the safety and eco-friendliness of spray foam insulation.

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The article lists a variety of reasons that spray foam insulation is beneficial to the environment.

All this eco-friendliness has translated into so many areas of Seattle life that it seems to have become second nature to ask if a product or service is sustainably manufactured or eco-friendly in nature.

The Seattle area is known for being liberal, intellectual, and more than a little obsessed with environmental friendliness. Restaurants have bins for recycling and composting, while virtually every home has one, if not two, types of recycling bins.

All this eco-friendliness has translated into so many areas of Seattle life that it seems to have become second nature to ask if a product or service is sustainably manufactured or eco-friendly in nature.

Clean Crawls, a crawl space and attic servicing company of the Seattle area, hears this question a lot when they are recommending spray foam insulation. While there has been a slight stigma toward this type of insulation, in their recent article they explain how spray foam insulation is the most eco-friendly type of insulation available. Why?

They list a variety of reasons that spray foam insulation is beneficial to the environment. They cite the R-value of the insulation, which is the highest on the market today, and reference it’s airtight seal.

This combo, according to Clean Crawls, packs a powerful punch when it comes to saving energy, and it can reduce a home's energy consumption by up to half. (They discuss this in more detail in their free eBook guide, available here.)

The article moves on to discuss spray foam insulation’s impermeability to water, preventing the need for replacement of the insulation if moisture or flooding occurs, cutting down on materials consumed in repairs or replacement.

Moreover, they also point out that spray foam insulation is designed to last indefinitely, as it was created to be an eco-friendly inert polymer. This means that, while other insulations will eventually require replacement, spray foam insulation should last as long as your structure itself.

To learn more about Clean Crawls and their services and information on ‘green’ rebate programs, follow this link: http://www.cleancrawl.com/

About Clean Crawls:    
Clean Crawls provides attic and crawl space cleaning, weatherization, and insulation services. Homes and businesses alike have the opportunity to be clean and healthy at affordable rates, as well as save energy throughout the year. Visit http://www.cleancrawl.com today for more information and a free quote.
3707 124th St NE
Marysville, WA 98271
(866) 651-1700

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