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Our new wheel house is about ready for foam. We are in the NW metro and need some recommendations. Can anybody help?

Thanks!

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There are a couple of people that do it around here which is the Norwood-Young America area and the big one is Kohl's foam systems. Hope this helps

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I would call Endisys in Rogers my girlfriend works there they manufacture all of the parts and trailers for spray foam insulation. I'm sure they will know some great people.

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I have a guy that is great and does mobile if he is in the area or you can bring it to him.I don't want to post his number on here without his permission.And I think it is against forum policy,but I see it on here a lot.How do you get around that?

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Thanks Shergahunts, I'll try them for a lead, and meatfish, you can email me at roy@royalynn.com I appreciate it!

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Google "plymouth, mn basf" to find a place in Plymouth where you can buy your own spray foam kits. Cost me over $500 for me for a kit that sprayed the walls of my 8x17 v-nose.

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Thanks Broman, prices seem to have taken a jump on the kit's lately Plus we'll be doing ceiling and floor so we found a guy and actually will be getting it done this week!

Thanks again.

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