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Designing Spaces Features DEMILEC (USA) LLC.® Spray Foam Insulation as Products for Energy Efficient and Healthy Homes
The 30-minute programs will air on several cable channels, including the WE network on Sept. 19 and The Learning Channel (TLC) on Sept. 20
September 9, 2008 - Arlington, TX — Two environmentally friendly spray foam insulation products by DEMILEC (USA) LLC® will be featured on the home design and build television series Designing Spaces. DEMILEC (USA)’s SEALECTION Agribalance® and HEATLOK SOY® spray foam insulations will be profiled in the show’s “Green Lifestyle” segment, a 5-minute feature that highlights select products and designs that protect the environment.

The 30-minute programs will air on several cable channels, including the WE network on Sept. 19 and The Learning Channel (TLC) on Sept. 20. Viewers are urged to check local television listings for when the programs appear on their cable systems.
The segment features an interview by host John McCalmont with Dave Feitl, national sales manager for DEMILEC (USA). The segment showcases the energy efficiency and health benefits of spray foam insulation. It also highlights the unique qualities and benefits of DEMILEC (USA)’s Green spray foam insulations HEATLOK SOY® and SEALECTION Agribalance® .

“Designing Spaces offers us an excellent opportunity to educate consumers about the overall benefits of spray foam insulation and about the special properties and performance of our insulations,” said Dave Lall, vice president and general manager of DEMILEC (USA). “It is one of the most popular residential remodeling and design programs on cable television. So we know that we are reaching an audience that has high interest in designs and products that promote an energy efficient and healthy in-home environment.”

Anyone interested in more information about DEMILEC (USA) or its spray foam insulation products can visit

HEATLOK SOY® spray foam insulation is a high energy efficient, environmentally-friendly product that uses recycled plastic materials and soy in its formula. It is a rigid foam insulation that is known for its ability to create an airtight seal around the building that prevents moisture and air from seeping through building walls. HEATLOK SOY®’s airtight seal prevents condensation which often leads to molds, mildews and wall damage, from forming inside the building walls. It also keeps out dust, dirt and allergens because it prevents air from seeping into the building.

SEALECTION Agribalance® is an environmentally friendly, open-celled, semi-rigid polyurethane spray foam insulation that contains more than 10 percent renewable agriculture-based products, primarily vegetable oils. It is ideal for use in single and multi-family residential buildings and in commercial structures. SEALECTION Agribalance® expands to tightly fill the building cavity, which creates a healthier, quieter and more energy-efficient environment by sealing cracks, gaps and voids in attics, walls and ceilings. As a result, SEALECTION Agribalance® offers builders and contractors an excellent opportunity to lower their costs and boost their buildings’ energy efficiency because it requires smaller heating and cooling units to create a comfortable in-building environment.

DEMILEC (USA) is a manufacturer and distributor of a line of spray foam insulation products that include environmentally friendly products and brands such as SEALECTION® 500, SEALECTION Agribalance® and HEATLOK SOY®. Following the guidelines established by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), DEMILEC (USA) has developed Green spray foam insulation products that exceed the standards of USGBC’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.

Contact: Belinda Kemper/DEMILEC (USA) LLC® September 9, 2008 (817) 640-4900/

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