Foam & Cellulose Insulation

Environment

Better sealing your home means you can use less energy heating and cooling your home each month. Replacing petroleum used in spray foam systems with natural oils. Uses water as the blowing agent. This lessens the impact on our environment.

Efficiency

Foam Insulation can help you save up to 50% on your heating and cooling costs when used in combination with other responsible building components.

Comfort

According to the Department of Energy, air infiltration or ex filtration accounts for up to 40% of the energy loss in a home or structure.

Foam Insulation expands multiple times and forms an airtight seal to keep your room temperature at a consistent level.

Foam Insulation also creates a quieter atmosphere by reducing outside noises.

Health

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air.

Foam Insulation will create a better air barrier, with proper ventilation your home will have better air qaulity. Your family will benefit from the reduction of pollen and allergens.

Foam Insulation is resistant moisture which will help in preventing mold growth.

Durability

Foam Insulation will not settle or sag over time like conventional insulation.

This means you will enjoy all the benefits of energy-efficiency and healthier air for as long as you own your home or structure.

Spray Foam Benefits

Many homeowners are feeling anxiety over the high heating and cooling bills, especially in this shaky economy. Efficient home insulation is the most effective way to combat this expense and ensure lower energy costs for years to come. However, once you have made the decision to invest in new insulation, you are faced with many insulating options including batt, reflective, fiberglass and foam insulation among others.

Some homeowners are initially inclined to select fiberglass insulation since that is what they are most familiar with and because it is relatively inexpensive. However, you should consider all your options before making a choice.

Polyurethane foam insulation is rapidly gaining in popularity as its benefits become more widely acknowledged. While its upfront costs may be a little higher than fiberglass, foam insulation is considered to provide a better quality insulating barrier than other options, ultimately saving homeowners money through reduced energy costs over time. Spray foam insulation is uniquely suited to fill small areas that may be difficult or impractical to reach with fiberglass. Foam insulation is sprayed into the uninsulated area, such as an attic, basement or wall cavity, and expands to fill every recess and crack, thus creating a truly airtight seal.

While there are do-it-yourself foam kits available, polyurethane insulation should be handled carefully and it is highly recommended to hire a spray foam professional for the application. In addition to alleviating safety concerns, professional installation will ensure that the spray foam is applied properly in order to provide the most energy efficiency and also to reduce wasted product.

Spray polyurethane foam insulation provides many advantages over alternative options, making it the superior choice when selecting an insulating material. Although it may require a slightly higher upfront cost than fiberglass, foam will make up for that difference over the long run with increased savings on heating and cooling costs as well as less maintenance.