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jeff127

spray foam for fishhouse

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Just wondering if anyone knows a good company to spray foam a fishouse I am building. Good prices/quality. I live in the west metro.

any help would be appreciated

jeff

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had mine done at a place in Mankato MN. Excellent job. just do a search for spray foam in mankato--- i cant remember the name of the place. I got some pictures of the finished project if u r interested

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Send me the pics if you could and approx. price you paid

I appreciate it

jeff

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Here are some pictures of my spray foam project- hope they help you in your decision. I love it and would never do it any other way. I had it done at k.I.S. Foam in Mankato and paid app. $1,000 for it.

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Hope these help and good luck with your projest. Oh ya my house was 18x8

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Looks great, how long did it take to do the job? Meaning, after you dropped of the trailer how long did you have to wait before you could pick it up?

What are you going to use inside, T+G?

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they had it for 1 weak and fit it in between jobs-- I t may not take that long in da winter. I put tongue and groove cedar on the inside walls

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Google Select Insulation. They are out of Maple Grove. I started using them for my construction company and they do a good job. It's about 2k for a 800 Square foot basment with 8' walls and then the 10" rim. No idea what the minimum charge is.

I have no idea if they do fish houses or not but you could ask Ed. Maybe meet them @ a jobsite and do it there since they are already set up. Dave

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The best thing about spray foam is that you can almost heat the thing with a candle once it is warmed up

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DITTO on select insulation,we use him as well and I have sent people to him for fish houses,if you can bring it to his job site he will do it right there.He works all over and may have something close,he is very reasonable.I have his # but do not think forum will allow me to post it?? confused

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