Spray Foam has gone main stream. It is the preferred method of
insulation on just about every construction or renovation show
(green or not) and is the preferred insulation of educated
contractors and architects. Why?
Spray foam insulation creates an air seal. No other type of
insulation creates this seal. Converting attics into a
semi-conditioned space in hot climates by closing soffits,
gable and ridge vents is a positive design approach in
reducing the moisture loads in houses and buildings. This can
be achieved by moving the insulation from the floor of the
attic and applying spray foam to the underside of the roof
deck to seal all the vents (preferred method). This design
prevents the moisture laden outside air from entering the
attic and subsequently into the living area of houses and
buildings. The air seal also prevents the radiant heat from
migrating into the living area. The lower humidity levels
create indoor air quality that is much more comfortable to
live in. This is very important in all higher humidity
climates such as the coastal regions of the United States.
Many of our customers have commented that they noticed fewer
complaints from their spouses or coworkers who are cold
natured. In our foam homes and businesses their skin no longer
felt lower or higher temperature settings. This is because the
humidity that magnifies temperatures is no longer present.
Spray Foam combined with Low E glass in the windows will have
40-60% lower utility bills, then a building that has
Not only is spray foam insulation an excellent thermal and
moisture barrier, the indoor air is also much cleaner. Spray
foam greatly reduces pollen and dust from entering your home
or office building. Improving allergies and asthma.
Now that you understand
some of the benefits, call us today to learn more, or
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