Category Archives: Open Cell Foam

Understanding R-Value

R-value is a term that you may hear a lot in the world of home insulation. As a homeowner, you may be asking what this means, exactly. R-value is an insulating material’s resistance to conductive heat flow is measured or … Continue reading

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Keep Warm Air In, and Cold Air Out!

January and February are typically the coldest months of the year in Virginia. If you have trouble regulating the temperature inside your home, it may be a good time to invest in spray foam insulation! Spray foam insulation is the … Continue reading

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Video Resources – Open Cell Foam in Basement

You’ve researched, discussed with your spouse, and now you think it’s time to insulate your home with spray foam. That’s great – you’ve come to the right place! At Creative Conservation, we are here to help you better understand the … Continue reading

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