Tired of high energy bills? According to EnergyStar.gov, Spray Foam can reduce your energy bills by up to 20%.
Closed cell foam functions as a moisture barrier, and any air that migrates though a building envelope carries water vapor.
Spray foam is a perfect solution to both insulate and seal air leaks, keeping your home comfortable throughout every season.
Looking for ways to go green and save money? Spray foam is made from renewable resources, making it more eco-friendly than other types of insulation.
Open cell foam has a high expansion rate, as much as 100 times over. This makes it perfect the nooks and crannies in attics, crawl spaces, and open wall cavities.
Open cell spray foam is excellent at soundproofing your home and can definitely help cut down on noise from room-to-room, as well as your neighbor’s dog.
Spray foam is a unique insulation and sealing product. The product is sprayed on site so it conforms to the surface where it is applied. It can seal wall cavities, exterior walls, crawlspaces, attics, and even the smallest gaps and cracks.
Our team will give you a call to identify your spray foam needs, discuss pricing, and answer any questions you may have before scheduling a date for a technician to come out.
Sit back and relax knowing you’re about to be saving BIG on future energy bills. The spray foam process is quick, easy and, of course, exciting. You won’t have to lift a finger.
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Open cell foam is softer and more flexible, while closed cell foam has a much higher core density due to the makeup of the cell structure.
So what does this mean?
Open cell foam is great for insulating hard to reach nooks and crannies in a home, as it expands much greater. It’s also an excellent noise reducer.
Closed cell foam acts as a vapor barrier, so it’s great for preventing water and moisture inside the home.
Spray foam insulation can last many, many years. With some studies reporting that it will last anywhere from 80 to 100 years in residential homes, making it a great long-term investment.
Please contact us for specific pricing for your home.
Absolutely! Significantly more homes are using their utility bills as a strong selling point, considering the high energy prices. It wouldn’t even be fair to compare a home with spray foam insulation to a conventionally insulated home.