Knauf EcoSeal and Owens Corning EnergyComplete
A few posts have referenced Knauf EcoSeal and Owens Corning’s EnergyComplete spray-on products for air sealing. They sound like a cheaper, better alternative to flash-and-batt/fill with closed cell polyurethane, but I haven‘t found a lot of reviews. Does anyone have experience with these products? Advantages/disadvantages relative to air sealing by, say, taping the seams of the sheathing, or other options? Anyone have experience with both?
Posted Aug 31, 2011 11:38 PM ET
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