Spray Foam

Seal Up Air Leaks To Increase Your Home’s Energy Efficiency and Comfort!

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is the most effective way to properly air seal your house. This leads to a more comfortable and energy-efficient home. Spray foam is a simple and reliable solution, offering consistently high-performance year after year, with virtually no maintenance.

If you currently have fiberglass batted insulation, you are one of many who are losing both 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.

Spray foam insulation, however, is known to resist heat transfer and unwanted air infiltration, keeping your home comfortable and energy bill low. The spray foam expands in place, sealing even the smallest of places, and creating an even layer of protection. By minimizing these common air leaks, spray foam insulation can save the average homeowner up to 15 percent on heating and cooling costs alone.

 

Spray Foam Before and After

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. 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 insulation doesn’t just improve your home’s energy efficiency, it also increases indoor comfort. By preventing air leaks, you’re provided with better, more consistent indoor temperature control. Sealing the air gaps can also provide a barrier to pollen, dust, and other allergens, improving comfort for allergy sufferers. It can also prevent insects from entering the house. You may even notice a quieter home, as spray foam can help maximize noise reduction.

Contact us for more information on spray foam insulation, or get a free estimate!

 

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