Are There Glass Fibers Or Formaldehyde In Spray Foam Insulation?
No to both. Glass fibers have been listed as a suspected carcinogen by the EPA and most fiberglass batt manufacturers now print a warning label on the wrapper . Formaldehyde was present in an early commercial foam called urea formaldehyde which was also used in residential applications in the early 1970's. Spray Foam Insulation is free of both glass fibers or formaldehyde and is a great choice for insulating your new home.