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About Foam Insulation Solution

If you are tired of paying those sky high cooling and heating bills, tired of those drafty rooms, attics and crawl spaces and are looking for the right insulation to protect your home, not only from air infiltration and drafts, but from moisture as well then Spray Polyurethane foam insulation may be just the solution to your problems.

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Foam Insulation Basics

APF insulation is made by combining chemicals that react to one another by creating a foam that quickly expands to fill in spaces and insulates by providing a seal against air as well as moisture barrier. Unlike fiberglass and other types of insulation that is formed by layers of material that may not fit tightly into corners and cracks, the foam itself can fit into small cracks and fissures and then hardens quickly supplying a tighter barrier than other types of insulation can. SPF insulation is extremely effective at reducing air infiltration through crack, seams and joints and then provides a solid protective barrier

Residential Insulation

Spray foam insulation is becoming more and more popular for residents both in new construction and existing buildings. Spray foam insulation is cost-effective, dependable and will save on the energy bills. Spray foam insulation will reduce humidity and moisture in your home and it helps to reduce mold and mildew. Spray foam insulation expands to fill in cracks and crevices forming a tight seal against changing temperatures while preventing energy leaks. Our professional spray foam insulation experts have the right tools and equipment to apply residential spray foam insulation safely and correctly giving you the most value and benefit for your money. Applying spray foam insulation to residents can pay for itself in energy savings.

Commercial Insulation

Commercial businesses are in the business to make money. However, all too often businesses spend far more energy than they expect to spend. Commercial spray foam insulation for your commercial business can provide many benefits for your business including:

• Prevents drafts and saves on energy bills
• Reduces noise levels making a quieter work environment
• Improved air quality since spray insulation may prevent dust and pollens from entering your business.
• More consistent temperature control and a more comfortable work environment

We can apply spray insulation to all types of workshops, warehouses, and agricultural sheds as well as offices and other commercial businesses.


Two Types of SPF

There are two basics types of spray polyurethane foam insulation Open cell or closed cell. Both types have their users. Closed cell SPF has a higher strength and rigidity, resists water quite well, and is better at absorbing sound. However, it is always best to ask your SPF specialist to which type of SPF insulation is best for meeting your needs. Foam insulation can:

• Eliminate internal wall condensation problems
• Adhere to any surface
• Reduce the likelihood of mold growth
• Not be use as food source or nesting material for rodents

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Wall Insulation

If you have an existing home or commercial building and need to insulate your walls, spray installation is the way to go. To insulate walls with traditional insulation material you will need to tear out the drywall in order to apply the insulation, you then have to go to the expense to re-putting up drywall. With spray insulation, you don't have to tear down your inside walls to insulate between your walls since you can just drill small holes through which to insulate between your walls. Smaller holes are much easier and cheaper to repair than having to put up entirely new walls. Spray foam insulation also offers several benefits including:

• Reduces your energy bills
• Functions as a sound barrier between you and the out of doors
• Functions as a fire barrier
• Easier to control the temperature of your building

Attic Insulation

If you live in an older home and are experience problems with keeping your home at a comfortable temperature or find your are paying higher utility bills then it may be time to update your attic's insulation.

Over time the fiberglass or cellulose insulation can become compressed or shift leaving areas exposed. Mice or squirrels may also get into your attic and use your existing insulation for bedding and even food. Instead of replacing that fiberglass or cellulose insulation over and over again, why not solve the problem once and forall with spray foam insulation.

Spray foam insulation expands and then hardens so it will fill in every nook and crannie and won't shift or thin once it is dry. In addition, foam insulation will block holes and actually prevent mice and squirrels from gaining entrance into your attic.

Crawl Space Insulation

If your home has a crawlspace and it lacks insulation or is under insulated chances are your home's flooring is cold during the winter months and you are paying more for your heating and cooling bills that you need to be paying. 15% of a building heat loss is lost through under insulated crawl spaces. Spray foam is the ideal way to insulate your craw space.

When insulating a crawl space either the outside walls of the crawlspace or the underside of the floor should be insulated. If your crawlspace contains heat ducts then it is best to insulate the outside walls and lay plastic. By insulating the outside walls this will help the heat ducts radiate heat warming your floor. If there are no air ducts in the crawlspace then it is better to insulate the underflooring block off the crawlspace from the floor and keeping the cold from the crawlspace from cooling down your flooring.

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