Is Tripolymer spray foam insulation a ‘healthy’ choice in insulating an older home?
We are looking at insulating an older home that has poor insulation (original part of the house 1850, additions in 1970) and are tempted by this Tripolymer product. The owner of the company claims that it is a ‘green’ product with no health risks. I can’t find any information to the contrary as all the sites I’m coming up with are sponsored by foam companies. Do you have any information on the potential downside of this foam insulation? (PS: CL&P, our electric supplier is offering a $1 per foot cash back for insulating older homes, so there is a significant savings to us if we do it).
Thank you for any guidance you can provide.
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