architects' choice: insulation

  • Driven To Xcell

    Rockhill and Associates: Xcell spray-in cellulose is used in lieu of fiberglass to prevent air leakage more effectively than conventional insulation.

     
  • all the news that fits

    Kuklinski and Rappe Architects: Nu-Wool claims WALLSEAL—an engineered spray-in cellulose insulation made of recycled newsprint—completely fills cavities to eliminate air infiltration.

     
  • paper weight

    Kaplan Thompson Architects: Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association's cellulose insulation.

     
  • cell it

    Specht Harpman: BioBased Technologies' spray foam insulation.

     
  • bucket brigade

    Specht Harpman: Tank Town's rainwater collection system

     
  • seal of approval

    Specht Harpman: osmo North America's One Coat Only transparent sealer.

     
  • foam home

    shope reno wharton associates: Icynene's soft foam insulation system is a water-based material that is sprayed into a cavity and then expands to 100 times its original volume.

     
  • panel decision

    michael mcdonough architect: Winter Panel's structural insulated panels are composed of foam insulation sandwiched between two sheets of oriented strand board and ranges between thicknesses of 4½-to-6½-inches.

     
  • yesterday's news

    siegel & strain architects: U.S. Greenfiber's Cocoon insulation is made from recycled newspapers and can be sprayed in wet or blown in dry.

     
 
 
 
 
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