Quiz: Can AirKrete help keep your home safe?
by Staff
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
  • asbestos-cement board
  • fiberglass insulation

Which among the following has NOT used Air Krete to insulate a high-profile structure?

  • Michael Jackson
  • Al Gore
  • The Audubon Society

The magnesium oxide (MgO) that forms the base of Air Krete is derived from which of the following?

  • sandstone
  • talc
  • seawater

When it's first sprayed in place, Air Krete's consistency is most similar to which of the following?

  • cotton candy
  • shaving cream
  • pumice

Due to expected shrinking while drying, about how many applications of Air Krete should one expect the insulation process to take?

  • one
  • two
  • three

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?

  • wood chips
  • fiberglass microfibers
  • asbestos

Which of the following is a chemical product created during the industrial process of producing Air Krete?

  • ibuprofen
  • acetaminophen
  • Milk of Magnesia

The cost of Air Krete, installed, is similar to which of the following insulations?

  • fiberglass batting
  • polyurethane foam
  • hay bales

About how many years after Air Krete installation should you expect to need to install another application?

  • 15
  • 25
  • indefinite