Spray foam problems for any homeowner can be devastating and make temp RV housing necessary when problems arise. Spray foam insulation is becoming quite the norm for most new homes and home renovations and can help reduce utility costs when properly applied. But, this study by the CBC reveals that when improperly applied, can be devastating to homeowners as shown in the video above.
The investigation discovered that some installers could be spraying too much of the chemicals in large amounts where they don’t bond properly and off-gassing may cause health problems.
Some residents are reporting that after improper installation of spray foam, they smell a fishy odor and have complained about headaches and nausea. Spray foam specialists insist that no one should be in the home during installation.
Spray Foam Problems Can Cause Asthma Lung Damage and Other Respiratory Problems
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“We thought we were doing something to improve our home and instead basically destroyed my home,” one homeowner tells Tom Harrington. “They ruined it. We can’t live in it anymore.”
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Spray Foam Image Credits:
Wikimedia Commons | Steve Becker Photography
More information about spray foam insulation problems for homeowners at CBC News/