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Posted by Joan Wall on July 19th, 2003 10:18 AM
In reply to Insulbrick,Bricktex by Larry on September 23rd, 1999 04:36 PM [Go to top of thread]

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I too would like to know more about insulbrick. Is there more than one type? I've been told that it is quite flamable, is there anything you can do to treat it to make it less flamable other than going to the expense of tearing it down? I've seen houses that have put aluminum siding right over top of it, how does insurance companies treat that and is that a good idea? What do people do that have a home with insulbrick on it for insurance? I would appreciate any info that you may have on the matter or if you can refer me to another site that might be able to give me some answers. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Regards Joan Wall

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