Spray Foam Insulation
Spray Foam insulation is far superior to any other kind of insulation and offers the highest R-Value per square inch.
Essentially, it is a spray-applied plastic that forms a continuous insulation and air sealing barrier on walls, ceilings, floors, and odd shaped cavities including obstacles like plumbing, air ducts and wiring.
Insulating with spray foam will eliminate drafts to conserve energy, increase soundproofing and lessen the risk of unwanted pests in your home.
Advantages Of Spray Foam
One of the great benefits of Spray Foam Insulation is the lowering of energy bills. In many cases, this type of insulation can reduce your heating and cooling bills by 30% to 50%.
Save On Energy Bills
Spray Foam Insulation must be applied by a professional installer. Spraying is faster than other traditional forms of insulation on the market, which can save you time and money on your projects.
Easy To Apply
With Spray Foam Insulation, we can complete the job in existing homes and finished walls by creating a cut out in the walls to inject the spray foam in to the cavity.
Can Be Installed In Existing Homes
Spray Foam - Variety Of Uses
Fiberglass & Mineral Insulation
Mineral wool is a general name for fiber materials that are formed by spinning or drawing molten minerals. Applications of mineral wool include thermal insulation, filtration and soundproofing.
Fiberglass insulation is composed of fine glass fibers that are woven, lightly compressed and then cut into long rolls or batts. It is available faced with kraft paper or aluminum foil as well as unfaced.
Fiberglass has an R-value of approximately 2.2 to 2.7 per inch of thickness. Mineral wool has a slightly higher R-value, ranging between 3.0 and 3.3 per inch. While Spray foam has the higher R-value of 3.7 to 6.7 per inch of thickness.
Insulation in your attic is a very important part of your home and it's going to improve your life!
More heat is lost through poor attic insulation than from any other place in your home. Heat rises and when it rises through your home, it ends up leaking through the attic.
On the other hand, the attic can be the hottest room in the house. Thus, attics need to be insulated from the heat and the cold.
Whether you’re trying to improve the energy-efficiency of your home or make your attic space comfortable, attic insulation is almost universally a great idea.