Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation provides a powerful barrier that restricts air movement, which keeps your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It’s ideal for insulating new construction or existing homes, rim joist, attics and crawl spaces. Uncovered walls in pole barns and concrete block walls can also be insulated with spray foam.

Foam is applied in a thin coat, which expands on its own to fill in nooks and crannies that would otherwise be hard to insulate with traditional materials like fiberglass batts. It is much more flexible than fiberglass and can be sprayed into tight corners and around window and door frames. It is very durable and long-lasting, meaning it will not sag or lose its integrity over time like other types of insulation.

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When you hire a professional spray foam insulation company, they will bring their own mobile insulation rigs with them to the job site. These high-end rigs ensure that the foam is mixed and sprayed perfectly every time – no matter the weather conditions or temperature of the application area. The tech inside the rig will even make sure that the foam is the correct temperature, and that the air pressure is just right to avoid misfiring or wasting product.

While spray foam insulation is very effective and incredibly durable, it is a chemically reactive material that off-gasses volatile chemicals. It contains isocyanates and polyurethane, which are strong eye irritants, that can affect the lungs and gastrointestinal tract if inhaled, and cause skin irritation if touched. This is why it is so important to use a full set of protective equipment when applying spray foam, including gloves, goggles, respirators and full-body coverings.