Residential


Residential Spray Foam Insulation

Frustrated with high energy costs? Drafts in your home? Is walking across your bedroom floor in the morning like wandering out onto the ice? How about that floor above your garage, or the downstairs rec room? Did you know that enough air escapes from a typical house every day to fill two Goodyear blimps? In cold seasons, you can feel it happening around your windows and doors.

If you live in an older home, it’s possible that more than 50% of your energy bill can be attributed to air leakage. Even in newer houses with standard insulation, you could be throwing away more money than you think.

This is because conventional insulation is a poor barrier to air leakage, reducing the R-value, and contributing to energy loss, moisture build-up, transfer of airborne pollutants and pollens into your home.

Foam insulation expands to fill every crack, eliminating all air infiltration. Proper air sealing and insulation stops drafts and maintains humidity levels in winter. In summer, it keeps your home cool, dry and comfortable.

Common Areas of Energy Loss

  • Doors and Windows
  • Attics and Headers
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Exterior Walls
  • Additions without Basements/Crawlspaces
  • Basements
  • Porch Overhangs
  • Rooms situated above garages

 

How can spray foam help you?

Foam insulation combats heat loss and air infiltration better than any standard insulation. Unlike traditional insulation, it will not contribute to moisture-related decay and mold.

The Benefits of Using Spray Foam Insulation

  • Costs the same as other forms of insulation
  • Reduces your energy costs, resulting in further savings
  • Keeps your family safe from harmful chemicals
  • Prevents airborne pollutants and pollen from entering your home
  • Protects the environment