Better for the Environment Formaldehyde-free insulation means a better smelling home, and less formaldehyde in the air. Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free home insulation uses an unique original acrylic
binder that removes formaldehyde emissions during manufacturing, and after installation will not release formaldehyde inside your home. Why is Formaldehyde bad? Formaldehyde is classified as a human carcinogen and has been linked to nasal and lung cancer, with possible links to brain cancer and leukemia. Short-term exposure to formaldehyde can be fatal. Long-term exposure to low levels of formaldehyde may cause respiratory difficulty, eczema, and sensitization. The following references aid in recognizing formaldehyde hazards in the workplace. Energy Efficiency and Sound Dampening Your home will feel the benefits of formaldehyde-free insulation which saves enough energy each year to fuel North America's electric consumption for an entire month.
JM Formaldehyde-free home insulation gives the highest quality thermal and acoustical benfits the same way as conventional fiber glass insulation. Johns Manville insulation contains 20% post-consumer recycled glass. This means that it has one of the highest levels of recycled content of all insulations. Distinguish Your Home With The Best Insulation Homeowners are becoming more concerned about better air quality, increasing energy costs and "green" buildings, which means using Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free insulation offers these important benefits: * better moisture control * decreased energy bills * improved indoor air quality * a better environment with more post consumer recycled content * safer, healthier indoor air quality * reduced sound Why insulate your home? Adding Formaldehyde-free insulation will improve your indoor air quality and keep your family healthier by reducing your overall exposure to formaldehyde, plus enhance your home's energy efficiency and put money in your pocket. Using Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation can help you achieve a reduction in home power use. During the manufacturing process, Johns Manville incorporates an average of 20 percent recycled content. That content includes more than double the post-consumer recycled content any other major fiber glass insulation manufacturer. Johns Manville is the only fiber glass insulation manufacturer to use pollution prevention measures to reduce annual hazardous air pollutant emissions.
JM makes a difference in the air that you breathe Johns Manville revolutionized the building Insulation industry by offering the first complete line of Formaldehyde-free fiber glass home insulation. Johns Manville Insulation delivers the superior thermal and acoustical performance you expect. They also help promote improved indoor air quality and the healthier and safer home you want by reducing your overall exposure to formaldehyde. Why is Formaldehyde-free insulation so important? Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation is naturally white and helps you improve indoor air quality and achieve a healthier and safer home by reducing your overall formaldehyde exposure. And using Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation can help you achieve that reduction and follow the California Air Resources Board's recommendations to use formaldehyde-free building materials, including
insulation, so that it emits little or no formaldehyde. Make sure your ducts deliver only clean air.
The quality of your indoor air can be affected by growth of mold or mildew in the ducts of your HVAC systems. There are hundreds of types of molds that can induce moderate to severe symptoms in allergy sufferers. Three ways to improve Indoor Air Quality in your home * Option 1: Consider upgrading the wall and :ceiling insulation in your home with Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free%u2122 building insulation. * Option 2: JM Formaldehyde-free%u2122 insulation products with built-in vapor retarders can further reduce the possibility of mold and mildew growth. Effective insulation is one of the most important factors in the energy efficiency and comfort of any building. By air sealing your home, adding Insulation or replacing old windows with Energy Star® rated windows, you create a thermal envelope that encloses heated or cooled living spaces. This not only maintains comfort, it also saves energy, and helps lower your energy bills. To increase the energy efficiency of your home, you should insulate all exterior walls that separate conditioned spaces from unconditioned spaces, including areas like knee walls that open to attics or garages.
Insulating attics closes the thermal envelope from above. To make a more "secure" envelope, make sure you fill all cracks or openings with insulation. Reduce Noise With Insulation Noise disrupts a peaceful home and can interrupt sleep and increase stress. New housing developments place houses closer together on smaller lots, so it's easier to hear your neighbors. Indoors, home theaters and powerful stereo systems are creating more noise. What's worse, noise travels easily around walls, under doors and through floors and ceilings. There are two basic pathways by which sound can travel from room to room: through the air and through the solid building materials. The easiest way to make your home quieter is to use wall batts in the interior walls. Even if you only insulate key rooms, you'll notice the difference. Johns Manville offers a variety of Formaldehyde-free%u2122 fiber glass insulation products to meet any need in your home. From walls to floors to retrofit applications, fiber glass insulation provides excellent sound control.
Johns Manville fiber glass insulation products have been shown to significantly reduce interior noise levels, lowering the unwanted transmission of sound from one room to the next. Used in conjunction with the caulking of joints and resilient channels for drywall attachment, the transmitted sound of televisions, stereos and ventilation systems can be significantly reduced. Superior insulation provides an effective barrier against weather changes outside the house. By minimizing drafts, and cold air radiating into the house, you'll eliminate cold spots, and inside temperatures "yo-yo-ing" up and down. Once it is set, you won't have to constantly adjust the thermostat to maintain a comfortable indoor environment. Your home stays comfortable from room to room and your family doesn't have to bundle up even when they're inside. Insulation is important in summer, too. Superior insulation keeps your air conditioning from working harder than necessary to keep indoor tấm lợp
temperatures cool. If cool air is not escaping into the attic it remains in the house.
And your energy bills start heading down. Don't forget to Insulation the ducts. Properly sealed and insulated supply ducts keep the warm air warm and the cool air cool, delivering it to every room throughout your home at the right temperature and humidity level. Air ducts pass through spaces that are already heated or cooled, and spaces like basements and attics that are not. The result is inconsistent temperatures from one room to another. In the summer, ducts can lose cooled air in the same way.