The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
There are several advantages to using spray foam over other types of insulation.
When buying a house, nothing counts more than safety, particularly fire safety. The better your house is insulated against fires, the safer potential buyers will feel, and thus the more they will pay for it. Spray applied fireproofing dramatically lowers the risk of a house fire. Our foam insulation makes it harder for fires to start and delays their spread when they do get going, while our steel beam insulation prevent the house from collapsing during a serious burn. Not only is this valuable as a way to keep yourself and your family safe, but it will help you sell the house more quickly and for a higher price.
Sound proofing is no mere luxury. Even in an area as peaceful as Northport, outdoor noises can disrupt your family life, disturb your sleep, and prevent you from doing important business. By sealing off the home and filling up all spaces within the wall, spray foam insulation leaves no avenue for outdoor sound to get into the home. It also keeps internal noises from getting outside, protecting your privacy from neighbors and local pedestrians. All of these services give your house a higher market value and help it sell more quickly.
An infestation is as much a financial issue as it is a health and wellness concern. No one wants to purchase a house that harbors rodents, insects, or mold, especially given that these organisms threaten the building’s long-term survival. Removing these pests is costly, so why not keep them from entering in the first place? Spray foam insulation from Foam Insulation Solutions plugs all the crevices in your walls, leaving no space for fungus or vermin to establish themselves and no water for them to subsist off of.
Nothing sells better than a sustainable home. Buyers want to live somewhere with low energy bills and a small environmental footprint, and spray foam insulation provides both benefits. Unlike fiberglass, foam insulation keeps water and air out of the walls, both of which would otherwise allow heat to move into the house during the summer and out during the winter. Your house will thus use less energy for climate control, increasing its value for environmentally-conscious buyers.