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Picture of Foam Insulation
2. Project Site.jpg
3. Site Preparation.jpg
4. Wall Wihtout Sheet Rock.jpg
5. Concreate blockes Layed .jpg
6. Beam Fixed.jpg
7. Foaming.jpg
8. SheetRocked and Muded.jpg
9. Primed.jpg
10. Painted.jpg

One of my wall was very cold and drafty, and during very cold days i could see condensation on it. Considering that my desk is next to it, i couldn't work or play. So decided to do something about it. Spray Foam Insulation, was my weapon of choice.  

I will try to add more detailed later. Please let me know of you have any questions or suggestions. 

Duration of project was about 3 days.

Borik
GRRBethea10 months ago

Great job! What type/brand foam did you use. I looked into DIY foam kits last year and most appeared to only expand a little (1/2 - 1 inch). Getting similar coverage to your project would require a lot of passes. I am looking to do some joists as well as rafters in my attic.

BorikX (author)  GRRBethea10 months ago

Thank you GRRBethea

I used "Foam it Green" and i bought kits from http://www.sprayfoamkit.com.

I believe it took me 3 "FOAM IT 12 Patch & Repair" kits to do it, foam expends about an 1", and needed multiple passes. I think i did 2 full passes and then just spot filling.

Site that i mention has great coverage calculator and great videos how to use product. That help me alot.

They are very DIY Friendly and i also used their bigger kits for another projects.

Good Luck.