Foam Insulation

If your power bills are too high, professional quality foam insulation is the gold standard for bringing them down. It seals air out completely from every surface where it’s applied permanently. The result: a decrease of up to 70 percent on your heating and cooling costs. Let us show you how.

For your commercial facility or home, foam insulation is a one-time solution to leaking air problems. Warm air is constantly trying to mix with the cooler air around it. That means it tries to seeps out in the winter, and inside during the summer. Your HVAC unit will wear out faster if it’s constantly trying to keep up. Why spend money you don’t have to?

Skill and Knowledge

Our insulation company has been keeping folks more comfortable in business and home settings for more than 20 years. We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and have many references to attest to our skill. This kind of skill is vital when it comes to applying foam insulation. It must be mixed properly, pressure-sprayed properly, and applied in just the right places. No one does it better than our team.

How to Apply Spray Foam Insulation

The formula behind this process is usually a mixture of polyurethane, although other chemicals can be used. It is placed in a tank. A second tank, containing propellants and other chemicals, is placed beside the first. A pressurized applicator aims the mix at areas that need to be insulated. In seconds, the chemicals combine to form a liquid that dries immediately.

Two things happen as it expands:

It forms millions of tiny chambers filled with inert gases that won’t let warm air through, keeping indoor temperatures stable. It fills every small gap and crack, extending into the sharpest corners and around pipes and framing. This forms a complete seal that also keeps air of different temperatures from meeting. For these reasons, foam insulation provides protection that is unmatched by no other, including blown in and fiberglass insulation.

Comparing Types

This type of thermal protection costs more, but you need less of it to achieve the same R-value, and it lasts far longer. It can be used almost anywhere glass fiber and blown in types is used. It can be applied all over or only on highly vulnerable areas, allowing you to use other, less expensive types for other parts of the building. We tailor each solution to save you money on installation, but highly recommend foam because of its advanced application and formulation. Call now and see the difference for yourself.

Applications

No matter which type you choose, you are assured of a product that you can place in attic rafters, in walls and throughout basements. It is an excellent solution for insulating hard-to-access areas not covered by an attic, such as high cathedral ceilings – places fiberglass just can’t reach.

A Green-friendly Solution

The foam itself comes in formulas that are not harsh or polluting. Because an application lasts so long, it saves on resources. And because it can often be placed right on top of older insulating materials, it will save you on removal costs – and prevent excess debris from being tossed into the landfill.

We are a professional insulation company that has been helping businesses and homeowners enjoy cooler, more comfortable environments for more than two decades.

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Other Advantages to Spray Foam

Depending on the formula used, spray foam insulation not only seals air out completely, it also forms a barrier against water.

Closed cell types are formulated to create tiny gas pockets that are completely closed in by the foam. This enables it to keep water out. For this reason it can be used indoors or out and last through harsh wet and dry cycles.

Open-cell looks more sponge like and costs slightly less. The cells within don’t close completely in the curing process. It will not form a waterproof seal but will drain moisture it comes into contact with. Special barrier coatings can be added to it, but it is best used inside. It offers a superior sound barrier that is perfect for deadening noisy work environments or the din of rain on a rooftop.

Both are easy for a professional to apply and dry very quickly.