Yeah, let’s make the phone Wow we’re on this stuff, really expand. Yes, it does. Kent by this product is shot on at about 1200 pounds of pressure and about 150 degrees heat it to the gun and the exothermic chemical reaction of the two products heats it up about another 40, 50 degrees, so about 200 degrees and 1,200 pounds of pressure, and It actually expands at a ratio of 1 to 120 well that stuff it covers every nook and cranny. Doesn’T it Ron you can bet you there‘s not going to be any cracks and voids with this product in the world and we‘re going to eliminate all those other infiltration factors that we were concerned with Ron? I noticed they’re shooting every other panel, how come they’re doing that. Well, there’s a reason for it and it facilitates the trimming and, if you’d like to step into the next room over here, I can show you how that’s done. Okay, let’s go! This is a trimming process and I promise to show you can’t, as you can see, that’s a special tool with a long saw blade on it, and what this does is affords us to cut the phone even with the faces of the studs, so that sheet rockers. Don’T have any problem when they come in behind us right. Okay, then, as you see the end of that sauce sticking out on the lift at that panel, adjacent to it was filled with foam as well would tear the fall and the next panel. So what we actually do is shoot every other battle back and trim. That is really slick Ron. I can see how this product works great in these 16 inch cavities, but are there any special applications for this product? Well, we like to think all applications of selection. 500 or special, but you’re, absolutely correct Kent. There are many specific areas in the house under new construction that just cannot be addressed properly and insulated properly with other installations. Let’S go look at some of those okay: let’s go Kent. This is the first of those special areas that we were talking about with a home and it’s what we call a subfloor, and we see a lot of this today. You know the architects are trying to use every square foot of the home that they can possibly literally have to. We see a lot of what they call bonus rooms and that’s what we’re looking at is the floor. Mother-Son floor of a bonus realm and with traditional types of insulation, hiring Arthur knows that type of thing are be too graphic. Those products are hollow inside and I’m sure you’ve got a lot of homeowners years that in all this one room, they just improve enough you, but, as you can see our product welds itself in the subfloor seals, if it‘s never going to shrink, it‘s never going to Sag, what you end up with is honestly just as comfortable as any other room floor as tremendous they make that over the rod, space very fun. I can’t here we are looking at another area of that requires special attention, and this is the trusses and that’s the end of the trusses between the top stud plate on the first floor and the bottom plate of the second floor right. These are just typical problems for air leakage in at home. If I were to ask you one more time, how would you insulate that, with traditional insulation such as fiberglass, what would your comment well not very easy that you get less than 16 inch width up there and they just have to stuff it up in their best? They can so it’s another cut and paste and patch job jewelry, that’s lutely. What would you do about a vapor barrier on that interior wall between those trusses? You can’t get a vapor barrier. This just can’t happen. You know one more time I got to say to you: can’t watch selection 500 go to work any doubt in your mind. If those trust sims are closed, I think they’re fairly. Well, sealed I‘m going to have a air leakage up there. I don’t think there’ll be much air hidden through that sticker cavity, which is good well, that is fantastic, even in between those small gaps in the trusses, where he fills those up you’re ready to look at another special area. You bet great, hey, Kent. This is another one of those special areas that we talked about: insulating with foam, we’re looking at a typical kitchen wall exterior wall, and we have plumbing and water supply, piping and wires, and electrical outlets and all sorts of penetrations in that role. If I were to ask you to insulate that wall with old fiberglass at one of the other, typical installations that are around, how would you go about it? What would you do well, it’d, be a cut-and-paste job around all that piping and electrical boxes in there. Okay, cut and paste, and the fiberglass is an example, ended up being compressed and what happens to your value when you compress my goes to almost nil okay, so we’ve got minimal insulation with traditional insulation techniques, desperate watch this we’re on look at that foam to surround All that piping in there, that is a I got your mind – that it completely encapsulates all those penetrations. No that’s just beautiful Kent. This is another one of the areas of special application, as you call it, and what we’re talking about our corners and T’s. If I were to ask you how that corner would get deep insulated with traditional installations on the market today, what would you say to me most, the time around that corner doesn’t get into it and the same goes for T’s right yeah! That’S that’s back watch this! That’S unbelievable another area we’re looking at here Kent that just really can’t be addressed by other installations or vaulted ceilings and cathedral ceilings that we see in many many of the homes. Today, again, those architects are gone nuts and trying to make them look pretty yeah. If I were to ask you to insulate this area with a traditional insulation fiberglass and that type of thing what‘s going to happen with time, well, it‘s going tobe nailed up there and in Sag down and and almost go to nothing overtime. Another thing we like to address is air-conditioning, duct leakage, the vent side of the air conditioning system operating at a positive pressure and the return side operating a negative pressure. A lot of leakage, plus the return side, is the primary source of dust leakage into the home. Dave and Ron this product is truly impressive. I’M just tremendously impressed, but as a builder, I got to ask you: what’s the bottom line of this product Kent, the bottom line is pretty simple: our comprehensive program of caulking sealing and insulating a home of selection. 500. It‘S going to give you about as comfortable a home as money can buy your home‘s going to be quiet, your home is going to be dust free and your home is going to be draft-free. Most importantly, your home is going to save you about 50 %. On your air conditioning and heating cost combine that with the elimination of any kind of an exterior Rep, the elimination in most parts of the country, vapor barriers and the downsizing of tonnage required to air-condition the home. So there’s substantial cost benefits on other products that we put in a home that will come back to us to help pay for the cost was less I’ve under the energy savings over the life of a 30-year mortgage is in the tens of thousands of dollars. Well, that’s impressive, and I know our consumers will love those savings that they’ll get off their utility bills. Well, Dave. I really appreciate you introducing me to this product is to render their product and Ron. I am building in my own personal home now and I can guarantee you this election 500 go in there and be the insulating product for me and my family to use, and hopefully several others thanks, my dear. Why thank you. Thank you.