So I had closed foam insulation installed after my electrical work is complete and as an after thought, i started questioning how is it that the wire is safe/protected from nails and screws.
When using baton insulation there is a fair amount of free movement of the wire between studs. In this case when putting a nail or screw through the drywall, the wire is reasonably safe from damage as the wire will just push back or to the side of the nail/screw.
With spray foam insulation the wire is secure in place and has no give, even between studs. When someone nails or screws (although it would need to be longer nails/screws) the nail would pierce the wire.
Given this how safe is this and should there be other considerations taken when using spray foam installation?