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The Flour Tower: Spray Foam History Meets Spray Foam Future Along the Banks of the Columbia River

It’s not often that a once-in-a-career spray foam insulation application rests solely on a chance meeting. As Teri England, CEO of Smart Choice Insulation and Roofing recalls, it all started when George MacDonald, Smart Choice’s Director of Operations, was completing a roofing project in Central Washington.

“One day in 2008, George was upgrading the Municipal Building in Bridgeport,” England began. “An older gentleman wearing an old hat climbed up George’s ladder to see what was going on up on the roof. He was just standing there with his hands in his pockets, taking in the view. “George dreaded having to have the conversation asking him to leave his job site, but as he approached the man, George noticed he had foam overspray on his shoes, like his own shoes,” she said.

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