Today, we’re diving deep into the world of spray foam insulation—unveiling its secrets, both good and ugly. From harmful chemicals to moisture traps and inspection challenges, let’s explore the ins and outs of spray foam to empower you to make informed decisions for your home. The Two Faces of Spray Foam: Closed Cell vs. Open
The topic that might not be on your radar, but should definitely be in your knowledge arsenal – Legionella and the potentially fatal Legionnaires’ Disease. And, of course, before we delve into the depths of this crucial subject, allow us to introduce you to our comprehensive environmental testing and inspection services. Putting Health First: Introducing
Green building refers to designing and building structures that are eco friendly and resource-efficient throughout their life-cycle, from planning to demolition. In Marin County, green building construction promotes the use of eco-friendly materials, efficient water and waste management systems, and the reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. It also prioritizes promoting indoor air
 1. Fiberglass 2. Spray Foam       3. Blow in Blanket 4. Rigid Board 5. Mineral Wool 6. Reflective Insulation has various types and uses in a building or home. Some types are more suitable for new construction or unfinished spaces, while others are easier to use for people interested in doing home remodeling