Air Krete is bubble-rich cement, blown into your walls as insulation. It's more eco-friendly than other options, and it's long-lasting and durable. But can it actually help keep your home safe? Take this quiz to find out!
Air Krete's flame-retardant properties are most similar to which of the following?
red oak flooring
Which among the following has NOT used Air Krete to insulate a high-profile structure?
The Audubon Society
The magnesium oxide (MgO) that forms the base of Air Krete is derived from which of the following?
When it's first sprayed in place, Air Krete's consistency is most similar to which of the following?
Due to expected shrinking while drying, about how many applications of Air Krete should one expect the insulation process to take?
Which of the following is a major installation difference between Air Krete and most sprayed-in-place insulations?
Air Krete can only be used on horizontal surfaces.
Air Krete requires a cell size of no more than 2 cubic feet (about 0.06 cubic meters).
Air Krete can be sprayed through external as well as internal walls.
The toxicity of Air Krete is most similar to which of the following?
Which of the following is a chemical product created during the industrial process of producing Air Krete?
Milk of Magnesia
The cost of Air Krete, installed, is similar to which of the following insulations?
About how many years after Air Krete installation should you expect to need to install another application?