- wool tends to expand over time,
- wool insulates even when wet,
- wool is naturally fire resistant and
- wool actually absorbs common building contaminants, such as formaldehyde.
I decided to go with wool insulation because I am concerned about about toxins in my built environment. When I began looking at natural and less toxic insulation, I found that, unlike the alternatives
Wool insulation from Oregon Shepherd.
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