Tiny House Build – Work Day 2 – Insulating my Tiny House Gooseneck Trailer Subfloor with Spray Foam

Got the subfloor of my tiny house insulated with spray foam the other day!

Here’s a short video I made with Bob, the owner of the company, as they were spraying the foam (only took 90 minutes for them to do the whole 40 feet, ready for the OCB subflooring!).

I hope you enjoyed the additional information about in the video above about insulating a tiny house with spray foam insulation, whether open cell or closed cell insulation.

One other thing Bob forgot to mention was how environmentally friendly this stuff now is.

It costs him a little more to provide this superior product, but its important to him that this foam be non-toxic and it degrades with simple ultra-violet light (so make sure you cover your insulation from the sun or it will start to disappear on you!).

It’s really good stuff.  More pics and info will be available on my gotinybefree blog here.

If you’d like to know more about the company or have any questions, let me know in the comments below or send me a message here on facebook, I’m happy to share more about it.I appreciate you.

– Hans Schoff


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