Spray Polyurethane Foam is the superior material for insulating homes on the market today and is frequently utilized to insulate a wide variety of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Spray foam can fully insulate a home or building resulting in a more efficient structure with lower energy bills. Spray foam can also strengthen the walls and roof of a home or building, as well as protect it from airborne particulates and mold. Spray foam can be installed over a wide variety of substrates, including concrete, wood, steel, and most existing roof systems. 

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation:

  • Improves occupant comfort
  • Lowers energy bills
  • Strengthens the building envelope
  • Permanent, sturdy, and does not sag
  • Keeps out dust, pollen, and bugs
  • Protects against ice dams
  • Improves indoor air quality
  • Works well with more efficient HVAC equipment
  • Meets current building codes

Open Cell vs Closed Cell Foam

While both can drastically improve a home’s overall insulation efforts, open-cell foam is the perfect choice for interior projects that have difficult to reach areas due to it’s naturally expanding properties. With an R-Value of 3.7 when applied at 1″ it contains +/- 14% bio renewable, recycled, and sustainable content. Designed for residential use, it can be used in lieu of  more traditional forms of insulating materials such as fiberglass, cellulose or other loose fill products. Typical area’s where spray polyurethane foam is applied are exterior walls, interior walls, vented attics, un-vented attic assemblies between floors, and ceilings.

Open Cell Foam can be applied easily with the SprayEZ Cartridge gun, pictured here. Click here for more information.

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