Spray Foam

Say no to inferior traditional insulation products. Our spray foam capabilities provide you with:

  • Outstanding energy efficiency
  • Up to 80% energy savings for older homes and 20% or more for newer homes compared to traditional insulation
  • Lower energy bills
  • Superior thermal performance
  • Superior air sealing and pest prevention
  • Fills every void, even irregular cavities, making it perfect for older homes
  • Improved air quality, less allergens, and less outdoor pollutants
  • Eliminates drafts, hot, and cold spots in your home
  • Adds structural integrity to your walls
  • Excellent sound control
  • Environmentally friendly and zero ozone-depleting chemicals

Energy Efficiency in Your Home

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, air leakage can account for up to 40% of the energy lost in your home. Air leakage occurs when outside air enters and conditioned air leaves your home through cracks and openings. Air leakage contributes to drafts, hot and cold spots, poor air quality, and may contribute to moisture problems inside wall cavities. Reducing the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home saves you money, increases comfort, and improves air quality.

Why Spray Foam Insulation

Compared to traditional insulation, spray foam insulation takes your home’s efficiency, comfort, and performance to a whole new level.

  • It’s high R-Value per inch minimizes drafts, and dramatically increases the efficiency and comfort of your space.
  • Provides greater structural strength and stability, and acts as a moisture vapor barrier.
  • Unlike traditional insulation, it expands to fill irregular cavities and hard to reach areas.
  • Its seamless air barrier reduces uncontrolled air leakage and improves sound control. It also helps to prevent allergens, outside air pollutants, and stops pests from entering your home.
  • Traditional batting insulation does not have the capability of doing this.
  • It’s environmentally friendly with zero ozone-depleting chemicals.

Use our spray foam capabilities to insulate your

  • Current Plaster or Drywall walls — We can fill your existing walls with spray foam!
  • New construction
  • Ceilings
  • Floors
  • Attics
  • Crawlspaces
  • Foundations

How Much Does Spray Foam Insulation Cost?

Up to 40% of the energy lost in homes is the result of air leakage (U.S. Department of Energy). Spray foam has the unique ability to expand and fill voids (even irregular cavities). Its superior performance reduces air loss from anywhere where air may enter including floors, walls, ceilings, plumbing, ducting, electrical outlets, and basements.

The Variables That Influence Cost

How large is the area needing insulation? 
The amount of spray foam required depends on the height of your walls, the pitch of your attic, how many stories your home has, and the size of any other areas needing insulation such as crawlspaces.

What type of spray foam insulation is required?
We spray two types of spray foam: open cell spray foam and closed-cell spray foam. We will tell you the best type of insulation for your home as these two products suit different applications.

Open cell foam is packed with cells that are not completely enclosed, which makes the foam softer and more flexible. Open cell foam expands after application, making it perfect for insulating inside wall cavities or hard to reach areas in your home. Open cell foam is also excellent for soundproofing. A single application of open cell foam can fill the entire area between studs.

Closed cell foam is made up of cells that are pressed together, which means air and moisture are unable to get inside the foam. Closed cell foam is rigid after application, which adds to the structural integrity of the space. Its seamless air barrier reduces the risk of moisture, pollutants, and pests getting inside your home.

To calculate costs, we multiply the cost of the type of spray foam being used by the total area being sprayed.

  • Open cell spray foam $0.44 to $0.65 per board foot
  • Closed cell spray foam $1.00 to $1.50 per board foot

Return on Investment

A well sealed home performs better and reduces energy waste. Investing in spray foam improves the efficiency, comfort, air quality, and structural integrity of your home. It also has the potential to increase your home’s resale value and make it more attractive to potential buyers.

Spray foam insulation does have higher upfront costs than traditional insulation. However, the dividends that spray foam insulation pays back over the long term will provide a return on investment. Many sources estimate three to four years to recoup the cost of spray foam, and then from there it’s all saving!

Spray Foam is Perfect For Your Home, But That’s Not All It’s Good For

Spray foam insulation is a game changer for your home, but that’s not all it can do. Below is a partial listing of applications where spray foam performance shines:

Concrete Raising and Leveling (Slab or Foam Jacking)
We use spray foam to raise and support sunken concrete slabs, driveways, and walkways. “Foam jacking” achieves the same results as traditional mudjacking, but with lightweight material and fewer holes. We drill small holes into the slab, allowing us to pump the foam underneath the concrete slab. This material will raise the concrete, fill any voids, and stabilize the soils. The foam injected into the slab expands within seconds, offering a cost-effective, fast and easy solution to sunken driveways and concrete slabs.

Spray Foam Roofing
Spray foam roofing is rigid, durable, and has no seams. This environmentally-friendly roof system saves energy and when maintained, lasts a lifetime. Seamless spray foam roofing reduces heating and cooling loads, uses environmentally-friendly materials, and minimizes landfill waste.

More Applications:

  • Cold Storage, Freezers, Storage Tanks, Wine Tanks, Green Houses, Hydroponics Systems, Grow Rooms
  • Pole Barns, Metal Buildings, Silos
  • Government Buildings, Police and Fire Stations

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