Spray-On isulation UNDER house??


Old 05-07-05, 01:30 PM
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Question Spray-On isulation UNDER house??

I've posted before regarding a moisture problem/ rotten floor due to condensation from damp soil under our house, and someone suggesed we look into having a foam sprayed on the bottom of our house; he could'nt recall the name of the product but he's currently doing work on another old home whose owner was having similar problems, and it has completely eradicated this guys floor issues, sorta like a water, bug, moisture, termite proofing via foam spray.Anyone know what this is called and does it seem like a good idea????
(Our house is in coastal Louisiana and it's ALWAYS really moist here, especially around our settling 50 yr.old brick home)
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Old 05-10-05, 11:24 AM
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Do you have a 6 mil poly down on the ground there? Is the crawl space open or closed there? it all helps. Dont know the name of the foam you are looking for . But so far I cant find out if it will work as a V/B also.

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