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Retrofitting an existing home or choosing insulation when building a new one, builders and homeowners are learning that spray polyurethane foam is the best way to save on energy costs and improve comfort. It's a spray-applied cellular plastic that forms a continuous barrier on walls, around corners and on all contoured
surfaces making the best possible seal available.
Take a look at some of our spray foam insulation projects.
New construction homes can benefit greatly from spray foam insulation. Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is better than any other type of insulation at reducing air leakage.
With foamed-in-place insulation, it is relatively easy (though not inexpensive) to fill wall and ceiling cavities completely. Closed-cell spray foam provides a higher R-value per inch (6.5) than less expensive insulation types like cellulose and fiberglass (3.5 to 3.7).
Although spray polyurethane foam has many advantages over other types of insulation, spray foam installation isn't foolproof. Some builders have reported problems with sloppy foam insulation. For example, some installers have been known to begin spraying before the chemical components are up to temperature, which can affect component mixing and foam performance. When components are poorly mixed, or mixed in the wrong ratio or at the wrong temperature, cured foam has been known to shrink away from rafters or studs, leaving cracks. We do excellent work and leave our job sites clean and always thoroughly reach every space and crevice on all the structures we work on.
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