Building | Insulation
“Farm to walls” building insulation made from sheep’s wool. Made of 100% wool (with a small amount of natural boric acid added as an insect repellant). Their wool is sourced in New Zealand where sheep roam pastoral lands and eat grass in serene settings. It is blended and washed there before being shipped to their manufacturing facility in Nevada where they make both loose-fill and batt form insulation.
Natural wool for wall insulation, treated with the natural mineral boron to repel mice, moths, mildew and insects. They also make WEKA, “a wool-based building insulation incorporating a sheep wool and lime which allows the panels to be installed as a semirigid insulation on top of existing dry walls to retrofit homes.”
Insulation (and acoustical padding products) made from 100% cotton recycled blue jeans. Insulation products include batts, radient barriers, and blown-in cellulose insulation. "All of our insulation products are Class-A fire rated, safe for the environment, contain no harmful chemicals or irritants, and do not pose off gassing or VOC concerns…requires no warning labels compared to other traditional products…patented proprietary process treats each individual fiber with a boron-based fire retardant. This treatment not only acts as a superior fire retardant, but also impedes the growth of fungus and mold."
Sprayed-in insulation made from soybeans, a renewable resource. Creates a continuous air barrier around your home that blocks outside irritants such as mold, pollen, and other allergens from entering your indoor environment. Contains no harmful and irritating micro fibers or organic dust particulates. "When BioBased Insulation is sprayed into the floors, walls and ceilings, it quickly expands to 100 times its size to fill in every crack, crevice, and void….It insulates your home so well you will actually require a smaller HVAC unit in your home or structure…BioBased Insulation is a thermo set plastic foam that is by its nature inert. BioBased Insulation will not support mold growth and is not a food source for rodents, insects or other vermin."