What happens if a piece of glass stays in your finger?

What happens if a piece of glass stays in your finger?

Glass Splinters If you cannot remove it or if the sliver area looks swollen with infection or red, call your doctor. If you feel severe pain or cannot remove the sliver, then call your doctor or visit our urgent care clinic. You will need assistance.

What is the best type of insulation for your home?

Spray foam is the better choice between the two because it doesn't retain water and it creates an air seal. Fiberglass is the cheaper option and you can install it yourself, but spray foam creates the air seal you will want in the space.

Is polyurethane foam insulation safe?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, spray polyurethane foam can have significant health effects when installed into a personal indoor environment. These health issues can include lung damage, asthma, sensitization, respiratory and breathing problems, and even skin and eye irritation.

Can open cell foam get wet?

Open Cell foam will wick moisture either from a roof leak or excess moisture vapor in the envelope. If it gets wet... Yank it out and repair. Faster, easier install in roof decks then closed cell foam.

Does foam insulation act as a vapor barrier?

Quality closed cell foam insulation acts as a vapor barrier and does not absorb moisture; at the same time, the insulation prevents leakage by closing air gaps. With proper installation of foam insulation, the house should be well sealed and allow the house to breathe.

How thick can you spray open cell foam?

“Normally, what we teach is that all foam applications should be installed in 3/4-inch to 3-inch-thick lifts. If foam is applied thick and quick — say, 4 inches thick — you gain yield. You can cover more wall with less foam. But the foam will be less dense.

Is closed cell foam worth the cost?

Spray foam insulation is typically two to three times more expensive than cellulose or fiberglass insulation. ... Spray foam insulation does cost more than traditional options, but over time it pays you back in energy savings, and you can't really put a price on the comfort of your family.