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NaturHemp Hemp Insulation is locally made in Quebec
NaturHemp insulation is made from 92% hemp grown in Canada and made in Asbestos, Quebec. The insulation is hygroscopic, pest, mildew and mould resistant.
Havelock Sheep's Wool Insulation
Havelock sheep’s wool insulation is available in either batts or loose fill and has an R-value of 4.3. It stays resilient in humid environments.
Sheep’s Wool Insulation in Batts and Loose Fill
Sheep's wool insulation is a fantastic product to use for both sound and thermal purposes. It's a product made from material that is otherwise considered to be waste -- remnants that aren't high enough quality for use in sweaters, carpets or blankets. It is renewable,...
Semi Rigid Cork Insulation
One product from Alex Wilson's top ten list of green building products, 2013 is semi rigid cork insulation produced by Amorim, a Portuguese company. Amorim also happens to be a partner of Jelinek Cork, a Canadian company who distributes this product in Canada. I've...
Heatlok Spray Foam Insulation: Soy and Recycled Plastic
Heatlok soya is a sprayfoam insulation with an R value of 6. It is made from renewable and recycled materials.
Carpenter Ants and a new nesting source: Rigid Foamboard Insulation
Carpenter ants love rotting wood, and while they’re commonly found behind old doors and windows in homes, they also like another building material that you may not have known about.
Gap Canada collecting old jeans for new insulation and 30% off new pair of jeans
I received a notice from The Gap in my in box this morning that I thought I should pass along since there's nothing on their website about it: Bring in an old pair of jeans (they don't even have to be Gap jeans) to any Gap store and get 30% off a new pair of jeans....
UltraTouch Natural Cotton Insulation
UltraTouch is an insulation made from 85% post-industrial 100% cotton fibers. If you’re not quite sure what that means, it consists of denim off-cuts from factory floors where they make jeans. And, contrary to fibreglass batts, it is safe to install without any protective clothing.
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