Sealing Your Log Home | Green Building Tips

As part of our "Green Building Tips" series, here is some information to help you out when you're choosing ways to insulate or seal any leaks.

Sealing Your Home Green Building Tipsby: Kenya McCullum
If you’re building a half-log home or are otherwise planning to use insulation, consider using environmentally friendly products like cotton and cellulose (recycled newspaper), which will help keep you warm in the winter without the off-gassing effects of typical residential insulation. (Formaldehyde-soaked fiberglass shards are never something you want to breathe in.)Also, sealing leaks in your home with gasketing will ensure that, as the logs move, they won’t create air gaps that will leak hot and cold air. That way, you’re not paying to heat and cool air that isn’t being kept inside. UltraTouch natural cotton fiber insulation
Bonded Logic's UltraTouch is a natural cotton fiber insulation without VOC or offgassing concerns.
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