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You May Be Eligible for A Tax Credit

Posted by Emillie Lee

Apr 3, 2018 10:29:47 AM

Building energy-efficient homes has become more popular than ever, with many homeowners having made improvements throughout the year. If you made changes to your home to reduce energy usage, remember to take these changes into account when you file your taxes. You may be eligible for a tax credit.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Environmentally Friendly, Home Design, Low Costs

Prep Your Home for This Winter's Predicted Cold

Posted by Emillie Lee

Dec 6, 2017 11:03:16 AM

Winter is just around the corner, and according to the Farmer's Almanac, it's going to be a chilly one. Below-normal temperatures are expected throughout the United States, and especially in the Northeast and Midwest. Remember the bitter chill of the 2016-2017 winter? Well, the 2017-2018 is expected to be just as bad, if not worse. Start improving and building energy-efficient homes now, so your winter won't be so unbearable.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Low Costs, R-Value, Spray Polyurethane, NCFI, Winter, Attic, Contractor Spotlight

Things You Should Know Before Using SPF

Posted by Emillie Lee

Nov 17, 2017 3:18:11 PM

So, you want to stay warm this winter but you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg doing so.

NCFI is here to help you achieve that.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Sealite OCX, Environmentally Friendly, TerraThane, Training & Support, InsulStar, Low Costs, R-Value, Spray Polyurethane, NCFI Gold Star, NCFI, Winter, Insulbloc, High Density Foam, Commercial Building, EnduraTech

Game of Foams? George R.R. Martin uses NCFI's EnduraTech for Roof Repair

Posted by Emillie Lee

Nov 9, 2017 3:00:00 PM

Photo courtesy of Peter Yang, Rolling Stone Magazine

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Low Costs, R-Value, Spray Polyurethane, NCFI, Winter, roof, EnduraTech, EnduraRock, George R.R. Martin, santa fe, new mexico

How Does SPF Create Stable R-Value?

Posted by Emillie Lee

Oct 16, 2017 11:00:00 AM

When choosing insulation for any building, home or commercial, one of the most important factors to consider is energy-efficiency. As the cost of energy rises, building codes get more stringent.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Sealite OCX, Environmentally Friendly, InsulStar, Low Costs, R-Value, Spray Polyurethane, NCFI Gold Star, NCFI, Attic, insulation, Commercial Building

How Long Will It Take For Your Spray Foam Insulation Upgrade to Pay You Back?

Posted by Emillie Lee

Jan 23, 2017 9:00:00 AM

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Low Costs, NCFI

Get Your Construction Costs Down with Spray Foam

Posted by Becky Eades

Jan 27, 2016 11:30:00 AM

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Topics: Low Costs, Spray Polyurethane, NCFI

Avoid a Bad Experience with Spray Foam

Posted by Becky Eades

Jan 11, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Spray foam insulation is one of the best sustainable choices that homeowners make. It offers financial benefits as well as structural ones -- that is, if it is applied properly. NCFI is dedicated to helping you ensure that your contracting employees apply spray foam in the safest, most economical ways possible. Use these tips to avoid a bad spray foam experience.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Training & Support, Low Costs, NCFI

Have You Met WUFI?

Posted by Becky Eades

Jan 6, 2016 12:46:24 PM

Building energy-efficient homes is becoming more and more important as energy costs continue to rise, and non-renewable resources are used up. There are many important considerations to keep in mind as you begin to offer sustainable designs. One of these is heat and moisture transfer rates. In well-insulated buildings, it is important that moisture and heat levels are kept in check. WUFI, a new computer-based model, allows you to simulate heat and moisture transfer rates of buildings.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, InsulStar, Low Costs, NCFI

Why Spray Foam Thickness Matters

Posted by Becky Eades

Oct 19, 2015 11:30:00 AM

Spray foam insulation is not difficult to install once you have been trained in the more technical aspects of its application. There are a few details to which you must pay close attention, however. One of these is the thickness of the foam.

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Topics: Energy Efficiency, Low Costs, Air Quality