The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
There are several advantages to using spray foam over other types of insulation.
Tired of hearing every little noise throughout your house? When foam insulation is sprayed behind walls, it expands, and then hardens, creating a unique sound barrier that make your home a quieter, more peaceful a place. Great for basements, rec rooms and media areas, spray foam insulation is a great way to create a more tranquil living environment without the cost or trouble of soundproofing rooms.
With spray foam, there is no cutting sheets or rolling out fiberglass. It can be sprayed both short and long distances in some of the hardest to reach areas around your building. It is less labor intensive and takes less time to implement.
Steel Beam Insulation
Protect you steel framed building from fire damage by allowing the certified installers at Foam Insulation Solutions to add an extra layer of fire protection with their innovative fore retardant materials. Offering a unique Passive Fire Protection (PFP) option to insulation, our spray applied fireproofing insulation helps to thermally insulate structural members and keep them from reaching damaging temperatures. Spray applied fireproofing is used primarily to protect rigid structural elements such as metal decking, columns, beams, and steel joists from the effects of extreme heat that can be generated during a major fire.
Fire can destroy a home in minutes. The experts at Foam Insulation Solutions offers two different ways to fireproof your home: foam insulation and fireproofing paint. While the insulation itself works as a barrier to slow fire from spreading, fireproofing paint can be applied to drywall after the insulation is sprayed, giving your room even greater protection. Thickening up to 50-70% when exposed to heat this simple coating creates an ash-like layer of insulation on the walls, which can stop fire from spreading.