Spray Foam Insulation

HD Spray Foam spray foam insulation

Spray foam insulation is an effective energy-efficient solution to a home’s or building’s thermal envelope. It seals gaps and cracks, preventing air infiltration and improving the structure’s R-value. While the cost of a professional installation can be prohibitive for some homeowners, DIY kits are available for those who wish to perform the work themselves.

The type of spray polyurethane foam (SPF) you choose can impact its performance, method of application and price. Generally, spray foam is divided into two categories based on its density and cell structure: low-density open-cell or 2.0 lb./cu. ft. closed-cell SPF. Each performs as an insulator and air barrier, but the differences in cost, application method, and performance can be significant.

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Closed-cell SPF costs more than open-cell spray foam, but it offers a tighter seal, a higher R-value, and the ability to repel moisture and water. Additionally, it won’t develop mold or mildew even in high-moisture conditions.

High-density spray foam is typically used for roofing and other exterior applications because of its exceptional strength, durability and impeccable thermal resistance properties. It can also reduce a roof’s energy costs significantly over its lifetime. Furthermore, its bond to the structure increases the roof’s resistance to wind uplift and can help prevent damage during periods of strong winds.

While the insulation is performing its job, it off-gases a large amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). It’s recommended that you vacate the home while it’s being sprayed and curing.

HD Spray Foam
900 Pryor Ave, Pocola, OK 74902
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