Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is the highest performing insulation system available in the construction industry and comes with many benefits including increased energy efficiency, lower utility bills, a cleaner air environment, and added structural integrity to your building. The insulation is spray applied as a liquid and expands into polyurethane foam. The expanded foam insulation forms a seamless custom fit for a variety of applications including new constructions, rim joists, attics, and crawl spaces. Benefits of spray foam insulation include increased energy efficiency, lower utility bills, a cleaner air environment, a sound and pest barrier, and added structural integrity to your building. Spray foam insulation completely eliminates air infiltration by expanding into every hole, crack, and crevice to create an energy efficient space.


Open Cell

Open cell spray foam is a light and pliable form of insulation that expands upon application, filling even the most hard to reach gaps and crevices. It is ideal for applications such as wall and ceiling cavities that can be difficult to seal with closed cell foams. While it is more affordable than closed cell foam applications, it is more susceptible to extreme heat and moisture conditions.


Closed Cell

Closed cell spray foam is a dense and heavy material that forms a dense surface that is highly resistant to temperature and weather conditions. This density prevents drafts and assists in keeping regulated temperatures; which in turn can cut down humidity that can spawn mold growth. In addition to insulating buildings, this condensed material can also strengthen walls to which it is applied.