Leed Insulation Installs Foam for Habitat For Humanity

On-Site: Foam Insulation for a Good Cause
SprayFoam.com joins Leed Insulation for an insulation job on a Habitat for Humanity home

Vero Beach, FL – October 7, 2011 

An editorial team from SprayFoam.com joined MER Enterprises, LLC/ dba/ Leed Insulation for some on-site action in Vero Beach, Florida, on October 3, 2011. The Job? Installing injection foam into the walls of a house being built by Indian River County’s Habitat for Humanity.

The site in question was located in a new community of future Habitat for Humanity homes called Grace Woods West. Larry Gibson, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager for Habitat, said that they typically use foam insulation in the homes they build. “It gives homeowners the long-term benefits they need by reducing their monthly utility expenses significantly,” he said. The Habitat for Humanity homes also feature solar-paneled hot water systems, making the combination of foam and solar a very green and energy efficient solution. Leed Insulation owner Michelle Richards and her 2-person team used CFI Core Foam Masonry Foam Insulation® injection foam for the job. After mixing, injecting, and plugging the foam with wooden…

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