Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Fiberglass Insulation


Some of the benefits of fiber glass insulation is its properties of being noncombustible, noncorrosive, nonabsorbent and unsupportive of mold growth.

It meets all model building codes for non-combustibility, needs no fire-retardant chemicals which can promote corrosion to pipes and the glass in fibers resists moisture build-up.
Inorganic glass fibers do not mold, rot or decay. They also do not support an environment for vermin.

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3 comments:

  1. I wasn't aware that fiber glass was not combustible. My new house has fiber glass insulation and this was really awesome to know. At first i didn't even know that fiber glass could be used this way. http://www.ehinsulation.com/products.html

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  2. I can see why so many people use fiberglass insulation. The fact that it doesn't support mold growth is the most appealing benefit to me. Mold growth is an absolute pain to deal with.

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