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The U.S. rig count continues to creep back up slowly, up ten Feb. 17, 2017, according to the latest Baker Hughes report. The rig count has increased for 5 straight weeks, reaching 751.

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While the spray polyurethane foam (SPF) industry has grown in leaps and bounds over the course of just a few years, most people think about SPF as an insulation used primarily in new home construction, commercial buildings and roofing. Its capability to ward off moisture and keep homes cool in the summer and warm in the winter has made it the choice insulation type by builders and contractors everywhere.

But SPF has applications far beyond homes and commercial buildings. Find out how Profoam Corporation has expanded the use of SPF for a variety of applications in agriculture.

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Buying a house in winter? What kinds of things should you look for to avoid disaster in the spring?

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Baby, it’s cold outside. It’s not just the lines from a famous song. It’s the words that are heard as the cold weather creeps in, and we try to figure out how to keep warm as the temperatures slip lower and lower.

What's the best and most efficient way to weatherize your home? Sure, weather strips and caulking help. But what can you do that will last? Read this article, sponsored by Profoam, to find out. It's the smartest way to ensure longterm protection from extreme temperatures. It keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer. Plus, there extra benefits that you probably didn't even know about. Read more to find out!

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Keeping your house warm while staying inside your budget isn’t always easy. As the cost of energy goes up with the impending recovery in the oil sector, commercial and residential power sources will follow suit, as they traditionally have in the past. One way to keep your energy costs under control is to make sure your home is well equipped to keep the warm air in and the cold air out.

Consider a long-term weatherization solution from Profoam - spray polyurethane foam (SPF). It may be exactly what you're looking for.

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Month-over-month, natural gas production growth in the Marcellus Shale has been relative steady in the past year, says Market Realist

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Today, experts speculate about the atmosphere in the energy industry as they contemplate how a new administration will affect energy policy. The The Wall Street Journal gives several reasons why the energy industry, specifically those in coal in oil, will benefit from a Trump presidency.
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Why in the world would anyone advocate America should "use more energy"? There is actually one very logical reason: jobs.


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Marita Noon from makes an argument for why America should use more energy. Find out why...

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Even though this has been the hottest year on record, leaves are beginning to turn, and we face yet another season of biting cold, snow, sleet, and generally miserable winter weather.

And as is the case almost every winter, there is a renewed interest in finding the best way to insulate your home, business or virtually any facility where protection from the elements is critical.

One of the ways to avoid heat loss and prevent ice dams that can cause roof damage is to use spray polyurethane foam in your home or business. “A poorly insulated attic greatly contributes to problem of ice dams,” says Ted Medford, owner of Profoam Corporation , a leading provider of SPF products and services. But did you know that spray foam has tons of other applications, too? Read more to find out just exactly how versatile this product can be. From commercial roofing to oil and gas industrial use, SPF is used across a multitude of industries.
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