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Spray Foam Advantages

Blocks airflow by expanding and sealing off leaks, gaps and penetrations. Can serve as a vapor barrier with a better permeability rating than plastic sheeting vapor barriers and consequently reduce the build up of moisture, which can cause mold growth. Can fill wall cavities in finished walls without tearing the walls apart (as required with batts). Works well in tight spaces (like loose-fill, but superior). Provides acoustical insulation (like loose-fill, but superior). Expands while curing, filling bypasses, and providing excellent resistance to air infiltration (unlike batts and blankets, which can leave bypasses and air pockets, and superior to some types of loose-fill. Wet-spray cellulose is comparable.). Increases structural stability (unlike loose-fill, similar to wet-spray cellulose). Can be used in places where loose-fill cannot, such as between joists and rafters. When used between rafters, the spray foam can cover up the nails protruding from the underside of the sheathing, protecting your head. Can be applied in small quantities. Cementitious foam is fireproof.

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Bowling Green is the third-most populous city in the state of Kentucky after Louisville and Lexington, with a population of 58,067 as of the 2010 Census. It is the county seat of Warren County[1] and the principal city of the Bowling Green, Kentucky Metropolitan Statistical Area with an estimated 2009 population of 120,595.[2] Bowling Green was founded in 1798 after Robert and George Moore donated an additional 30 acres (120,000 m2) to 40 acres (160,000 m2) to the Warren County trustees. The land surrounded the 2-acre (8,100 m2) plot they had donated for the construction of public buildings. Bowling Green was the provisional capital of the Confederate government of Kentucky. In 2003, Bowling Green with its surrounding communities was designated as a "metropolitan area".

General Motors has an assembly plant in Bowling Green in which all Chevrolet Corvettes have been constructed since 1981 and Cadillac XLRs were being built there until production ended in the spring of 2009.[3] Other significant businesses in Bowling Green include Fruit of the Loom, Houchens Industries, Holley Performance Products, and Camping World. The third largest Kentucky public university, Western Kentucky University, is situated upon a hill in central Bowling Green. Its athletic teams are called Hilltoppers. The city is famous for the eponymous 1967 song, "Bowling Green", by The Everly Brothers.



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