Sick House Problem with Closed Cell Spray Foam
We had a Great Experience (and continue to) with John Lapotaire, Lydia Lapotaire and Kyle Lapotaire of IAQ Solutions in working to get our house straightened out. We developed a problem with a strong chemical and “fishy” odors following installation of closed cell spray polyurethane foam insulation as a retrofit in our attic. This is when we began looking for an expert in the field of air quality and familiarity with misapplied spray foam insulation. We found Florida Indoor Air Quality Solutions and Mr. John Lapotaire through the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA-national organization). Before he even came to our house, we had several long phone conversations with John about what, in his experience, did he think happened to our home. In his words, he “wanted to make sure he could help us”, first. John and his company have been extremely helpful in identifying the problems and coming up with a few good solutions which he put into two reports for us. John and his team have been very responsive to our needs and concerns and have always been available when we needed clarification. IAQ’s knowledge and experience in the field of air quality and spray polyurethane foam insulation has greatly helped us in working to correct our “sick house” problems.