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This airtight, superinsulated home was built using familiar methods and materials.
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Intumescent latex-based coating for foam-insulated attic and crawlspaces.
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Reflectix. Reflective Insulation consists of two layers of 5/16-inch-thick polyethylene “bubble wrap” with a reflective foil layer bonded to one or both exterior faces.
A remodeler encountering a layer of Cabot's Quilt inside an old building might mistake it for the tattered remnants of a Hawaiian grass skirt -- hastily stuffed into a wall, perhaps, during a police raid of some Prohibition-era costume party.
During the late 1970s and early 1980s, I supervised residential insulation projects in central Vermont while working with a couple of regional agencies.
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