Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam was first introduced in the '80s as a popular option for insulation. Compared to other insulation types, spray foam has unique benefits that differentiate it from other insulation types.
You’ll save thousands of dollars in energy savings, improve your comfort level and contribute to a greener environment by using spray foam insulation in your home or business.
Spray foam is a versatile insulation material that may be applied to a variety of surfaces, including walls, floors, ceilings, lofts, loft conversions, and voids and gaps.
Spray foam assists in preventing heat loss and draughts, which lowers energy costs and improves the comfort of your house. With a warmer home, you should be able to reduce the heating down by a degree or two.
Spray foam can be used to insulate a variety of commercial structures, including factories, warehouses, offices, retail and exhibition spaces, soffits, and agricultural structures. Spray foam will enhance the utilization of these structures for many of these by helping to avoid surface and interstitial condensation.
In most cases, open wall cavities are needed to install spray foam insulation into the walls of your home. This makes new construction and major renovation projects ideal opportunities to install spray foam for its air sealing benefit. In areas that are traditionally left open or have no cavities, such as a basement, crawlspace, or attic, spray foam is always an option worth considering.