Spray foam insulation is the most effective way to properly air seal your house.
If you currently have fiberglass batted insulation, you are one of many, who are losing energy and money.
Fiberglass allows air to circulate around it causing energy loss, moisture build up, mold, and/or frost. In most cases we discover the beginning stages of mold.
During several energy tests, we've consistently noticed excessive energy loss through fiberglass batted insulation at the box sills.
The solution is to sign up for a Home Performance Test with Rock and Tait. This will allow us to use an infrared camera to see where air is leaking from your house.
We then use spray foam and other insulation methods to properly seal and insulate your house.
Spray foam seals the smallest cracks in your house.
It's easy to install and hardens into an air tight barrier to protect against air leakage or infiltration.
Frequent Spray Foam Insulation Questions
Where are common places to spray foam insulate my house?
Box sills and rim joists are the most common areas for air infiltration.
We offer different foam insulation performance packages, most common installation of spray foam is thickness is 1-1/2" to 2". This will create a complete air seal with an R 10 rating.
If you currently have a finished basement, we are capable of removing drywall or drop ceiling panels to access the sills. We also install drywall, tape, texture, prime, and paint to a high level of perfection in order to eliminate the headache of having multiple contractors.
Featured Spray Foam Products
We use quality products from Touch'n Seal because they are industry leaders in spray foam insulation systems.
Now featuring the 3M 2 part spray foam system!