It is a common misconception that when a product is marketed as ecologically friendly that the product is the equivalent of all natural. This is in actual fact neither true or untrue. It does not have to be. Just like a product for sale in the market can be sold as organic despite only meeting 75% of the specific required standard, the marketing for ecologically improved products can be misleading.
Whenever you are considering the best way to apply various products to your home inorder to make it more energy efficient you want to be assured that you are investing your funds into a really energy efficient product. Since currently advertisers have such a free hand, this leads inevitably to a tricky situation.
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Dryvit Outsulation X is suitable for new construction and renovation, and meets both current and proposed ASHRAE design standards and IGCC/IECC code requirements for the use of exterior continuous insulation. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11173123.htm