Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation

The spray foam insulation we use in your home and business creates a seal that prevents air from flowing in or out. This reduces heat transfer, which lowers your energy costs. The savings from this reduction in your utility bills quickly makes the initial investment in insulation repaid.

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation also provides added strength to walls and roofs. This makes them more durable and allows fixtures like pictures and mirrors to hang on the wall without slipping or falling off. This durability can also make your walls or roof last much longer than they would if they weren’t insulated.

Open or closed-cell spray foam insulation works well in places where conventional fiberglass or cellulose cannot be used. For example, it can be sprayed between and under rafters and trusses in your attic or poured into the walls of an unfinished basement. It is also ideal for crawl spaces and overhangs.

Maximizing Energy Efficiency: The Role of Spray Foam Insulation

Both open and closed cell spray foam insulation contain chemicals known as isocyanates and polyurethane that are irritants when they come in contact with your skin or eyes. For this reason, it is important to wear gloves, goggles, and a breathing apparatus when applying the spray foam. The chemicals can also irritate your lungs and cause respiratory issues when inhaled. The good news is that many spray insulation products now contain blowing agents with a low global warming potential, and this trend is expected to continue.

Spray foam insulation can increase the value of your home or commercial building, if it is properly applied and complies with the local building codes and regulations. It can also help reduce maintenance costs by eliminating problems associated with poor or nonexistent insulation, such as mold, rot and pests.

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation
5190 West 750 South, Rossville, IN 46065