For all construction projects, safety comes first. Upgrading to spray foam insulation is no exception.
Before you begin work, take the time to learn the safety protocol for the product you’re using.
One-component and two-component foams both involve chemicals that could cause irritation, especially when inhaled. You should wear the correct personal protective equipment at all times, including gloves and safety glasses. Construction safety equipment is also a must and a respirator is always required.
Spray foam safety information is available online. Additionally, you should consult a professional prior to the job to guarantee a full understanding of the safety measures involved.
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