SEALECTION 500 Spray Polyurethane InsulationSEALECTION 500 and SEALECTION Agribalance are home insulation foams being investigated for their potentially toxic polyurethane.
The spray polyurethane foam insulation (SPF), which is manufactured by Texas-based company Demilec, is described on the company’s website as “an open cell spray foam that uses water as a blowing agent.” Spray-foam insulation products such as SEALECTION 500 are marketed as a “green” way to reduce energy costs for homeowners, but when a product turns toxic it can become a hazard to your and your family’s health.
Seeger Weiss is offering free consultations for potential Demilec class action to anybody who believes they may have been affected by this toxic polyurethane foam.
If you believe you might be one of these victims, please contact Seeger Weiss by filling out the form on the side of this page, or by calling us direct at 888.584.0411.
“Green” Home Polyurethane Foam Turns ToxicAccording to the safety data sheet found on the company’s website, the material used in the spray foam “is classified hazardous under OSHA Hazard Communication Standard,” and may be “Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.”
Though the product is supposed to lose its toxicity after application, reports have surfaced showing the persistence of polyurethane toxic levels in residents’ homes -- even when installed by “certified” professionals. The result is that the product often requires removal from the home through costly and damaging methods.
What remains clear is that residents who have used these products could be living in danger in their own homes, and should seek legal help. Seeger Weiss’s dedicated lawyers are offering free consultations to those who may have been affected by toxic polyurethane foam insulation.
For a free legal consultation regarding possible Demilec class action, contact a lawyer at Seeger Weiss through our contact page or by calling 888.584.0411.