Building Insulation
Home Insulation
Common Myths and Misconceptions About Residential Insulation
Feb. 08, 2024
by Kristen White
Building Insulation
May. 29, 2024
Kristen White

Insulating the Overlooked Spaces and Why It’s Important

Your house might lack insulation in places you haven’t thought of, overlooked areas like the crawlspace or garage. In this new blog, we discuss areas throughout the home that...
Building Insulation
Apr. 23, 2024
Kristen White

To Face or Not to Face? That Is the (Insulation) Question

Wondering whether to use faced or unfaced fiberglass insulation for a residential project? It’ll depend on where you’re insulating and what steps come next. We’ve got the bre...
Building Insulation
Apr. 08, 2024
Kristen White

How JM’s Corbond® Spray Foam Line Keeps Getting Better

We’ve got some exciting things happening with our spray polyurethane foam insulation products! We’re pleased to add the new JM Corbond® High Yield Open Cell (HYOC) to our hig...
Building Insulation
Dec. 20, 2023
Kristen White

Honoring a Veteran with Improved Home Comfort and Efficiency

Honoring a Veteran with Improved Home Comfort and Efficiency
Building Insulation
Nov. 09, 2023
JM Editors

What’s New in Title 24 Regulations

If you know Title 24 regulations, then you’ve done residential insulation work in California. But don’t forget that standards are updated every three years, so it’s good to m...
Building Insulation
Aug. 14, 2023
Kristen White

Home Insulation – It’s Not Just for Winter

Want your customers to understand how installing attic insulation will help them during the hot summer months? JM has a new blog focused on why insulation isn’t just useful i...
Building Insulation
Apr. 17, 2023
JM Editors

AP Foil is now NFPA 285 approved for ACM assemblies

Johns Manville is pleased to announce that our AP™ Foil-faced Polyiso Foam Sheathing boards have passed the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 285 test and can now b...
HVAC Insulation
Building Insulation
Industrial Insulation
Mechanical Insulation
Mar. 15, 2023
JM Editors

Johns Manville—Our Record Supports Our Commitment to Sustainability

At Johns Manville (JM), we are proud of our record of sustainability, and we recognize that it is a journey—one that requires a focus on people, planet and profit.
Building Insulation
Mar. 08, 2023
JM Editors

NFPA 285 Testing: What, How and Why?

Are you familiar with NFPA 285? Maybe you know that it’s the standard test method designed to determine the flammability characteristics of exterior, non-load-bearing wall as...
Building Insulation
Aug. 04, 2022
Jerry Fox

Modular Construction Industry Poised to Take Off

Offsite factory construction, also known as modular construction, is a potential solution to the nationwide housing shortage.
Building Insulation
Jul. 07, 2022
James Vallette

Residential Fiberglass Insulation Transformed: Formaldehyde is No More

By 2015, every fiberglass insulation company in the United States and Canada had phased out the use of formaldehyde-based binders in lightweight residential products.
Building Insulation
Jul. 07, 2022
JM Editors

Johns Manville: First to Make and Market Formaldehyde-Free™ Building Insulation

In June 2002, JM also began manufacturing its Formaldehyde-Free insulation in Canada. The company’s manufacturing plant in Innisfail, Alberta, Canada began fiberglass product...
Building Insulation
Jul. 07, 2022
NAIMA

Insulation Institute Blog: Decades of Monitoring Demonstrate Exposure Remains Low

When insulation companies stopped using formaldehyde-based binders in manufacturing, hazardous air pollution emissions in and from fiber glass facilities decreased 95%.
Building Insulation
Jul. 07, 2022
EPA

What Are the Trends in Indoor Air Quality and Their Effects on Human Health?

Learn about the importance of indoor air quality with this comprehensive look at the issue from the EPA.
Building Insulation
Apr. 20, 2022
NAIMA

Fiber Glass Insulation Industry: A Leading User of Recycled Glass

Take a look at how the fiber glass industry makes use of recycled glass.
Building Insulation
Apr. 20, 2022
Elfrun von Koeller et al.

A Circular Future for Glass

If the U.S. could achieve 50% glass recycling, there would be numerous benefits to the environment.
Building Insulation
Apr. 20, 2022
Glass Packaging Institute

Glass Container Recycling Loop

Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly without loss in quality or purity.
Building Insulation
Apr. 20, 2022
Bryan Verschoor

Three Ways that Glass Recycling Benefits the Environment

Recycled glass keeps material out of landfills, lowers the amount of energy used in the manufacturing process, and can be used to manufacture insulation that saves energy.
Building Insulation
Mar. 16, 2022
The Spray Foam Coalition

Spray Foam R-Values and Performance

Spray foam insulation can provide a number of different R-Values and serve as either an air barrier, a vapor retarder or both.
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