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GE Insulating Foam


Window & Door Insulating Foam fills gaps around windows or doors at a low pressure, which won't warp, bow, or bend frames. While still maintaining an airtight bond, the foam allows for typical expansion and contraction. Other foams might exert too much pressure on the window and doorframes, causing damage.


Latex foam is typically open-cell, meaning it can absorb water, leaving the area vulnerable to water damage. Water absorption can cause rot and mold issues in places where the soaked foam is next to wood. Window & Door Insulating Foam's closed-cell technology repels water, helping prevent rot and mold.


  • Seals out air, reducing energy loss
  • Conforms to AAMA #812-04 specs
  • High R-5 insulation value
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Meets Federal Specifications: Conforms to AAMA #812-04 low pressure specs

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