"40% of heat is lost in due to air leakage"Insulation Options
Approximately 2 inches of spray foam insulation stabilizes the temperature of your freezer to 0°. Why not use insulation to keep summer heat and winter cold out of your house?
What can spray foam insulation be applied to?
- Homes - crawl spaces, box sills, attics, walls, basements
- Steel Buildings
- Livestock Buildings
How will you benefit?
Spray foam will bring structural strength to the application of your choice, whether it be a shed, livestock building, or the attic of your home. Foam insulation works by "gluing" everything together and, with each load applied, walls filled with foam deform less and offer greater resilience.
Spray foam insulation:
- Makes your home more comfortable
- Is permanent and will not sag
- Eliminates ice damage
- Meets all building codes
- Saves on energy costs
- Adds strength to building structures
- Improves air quality
- Keeps pollen and dust out
- Stops air and moisture infiltration
Studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy conclude that 40% of heating and cooling is lost because of air leakage. This leakage can occur when walls are insulated with fiberglass batts.
See our product comparison guide for an in deph comparison of other insulation options and their features.
Our foam insulation options include:
- Open Cell (1/2lbs. Foam) - Good insulation properties; air tight without rigidity of a Closed Cell; 0.15 ACH (Air Changes per Hour); R-13 at 3.5"
- Closed Cell (2lbs. Foam) - Excellent insulation properties; Air tight; Moisture-proof; Strengthens buildings; 0.1 ACH (Air Changes per Hour) R-13 at 2" or R-19 at 3"
- Flash & Batt (Economic Air Sealing) - Two pounds of closed cell spray foam is sprayed approximately 1/2 to 1/4 inches thick, sealing the stud cavity along with any cracks or penetration throughout the wall. This application stops air leakage however, it does not stop convection currents
- InsulSmart Interior Foam - Injectable foam insulation specially designed for enclosed cavity applications, such as cathedral ceilings and stud walls. Using 50% less water than related insulation products, this product has ultra-low odor and less than 0.25% shrinkage.
- Core Foam Masonry Foam - Masonry foam used when insulating concrete blocks found in the cement walls of churches, schools, and retail stores. Core foam seals against air infiltration, is environmentally green, and fights against mold growth.
Contact us now for more information and a free estimate!