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Why Choose Spray Foam Insulation Over Fiberglass or Cellulose? Our spray foam insulation r value outperforms all other insulations.

Why Choose Spray Foam Insulation Over Fiberglass or Cellulose? Of all the insulation types on the market, our spray foam insulation r value outperforms all other insulation materials.

While there are numerous spray foam insulation contractors, we are in an elite group of contractors with over 40 years of spray foam experience.

Foam insulation is a green insulation. It does not shrink, settle, or disintegrate like conventional insulation. Spray foam insulation is the healthy alternative to fiberglass and cellulose. Spray foam does not emit any harmful ozone destroying gases, such as HFCs and HCFCs or formaldehyde. Unlike fiberglass, when you touch sprayed foam, it will not move or cause skin irritation. Most importantly, foam insulation does not loose its R-value and spray foam does not support molds or mildew.

Unlike cellulose and fiberglass, foam insulation does not require air circulation to be effective. This allows the foamed area to be draft-free and stops air leakage and heat loss. Therefore, your heating and cooling units will require less usage.

Different Types of Foam Insulation We Spray: Open Cell and Closed Cell Foam

Our open-cell spray foam insulation is a semi-rigid, water blown, semi-rigid polyurethane foam which insulates and air-seals. Our open cell foam is applied as a liquid, which then expands 120 times and cures within seconds into a semi-rigid mass. Our open cell foam can be installed into new and existing residential and commercial projects.

Our closed-cell spray foam insulation is a rigid polyurethane foam that provides all the benefits of traditional polyurethane foam. Our closed cell foam is an excellent air barrier and is a recognized vapor barrier. The closed cell foam is used for commercial and residential perimeter wall insulation and ceilings, and crawl spaces.

Which Type of Spray Foam Insulation Should You Use?

Both open-cell spray foam and closed-cell spray foam will provide an airtight system, however, there are situations where closed-cell is recommended.

Closed-cell spray foam should be installed in areas where moisture is present. For example, in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, we installed closed-cell spray foam in crawlspaces that were damaged by water. We installed closed-cell spray foam to prevent moisture from penetrating the spray foam and permitting the moisture from damaging the structure.

Open-cell spray foam is recommended where moisture is not present, such as a crawlspace that is not located near water. Even though open-cell spray foam permits water to pass through, water will not damage the foam or cause the foam to shrink, settle or deteriorate. Should the open-cell spray foam get wet, once the foam dries, the R-value returns. 


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