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Spray Foam Insulation

Spray in place Polyurethane foam and interior and exterior wall foam insulation seals as the
liquid foam fills every crevice and solidifies into a seamless high performance barrier.

Spray in Place Roof Insulation  •  Interior and Exterior Insulation

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Flat Roofing Systems, Metal Roofing Systems, Foam Insulation
Flat Roofing Systems, Metal Roofing Systems, Foam Insulation

Spray in Place Roof Insulation
Polyurethane Foam (SPF)

Spray in Place Roof Insulation

SPF's closed cell structure stops air infiltration, the chief culprit of most energy loss. A one-inch thickness of SPF has an insulating value of R-7/in and the protective coating provides an 89% reflective finish. When you install SPF over an existing roof, you retain the pre-existing R-value, as well as adding to it. View spray foam photo gallery.

SYSTEM APPLICATION
1. Surface Preparation
2. Closed Cell Foam
3. Elastomeric Base Coat
4. Reflective Top Coat

ADVANTAGES
• Stops Leaks!
• Durable & Economical
• Energy Efficient
• Pays For Itself - Energy Savings
• Seamless Barrier
• Fully Sustainable

Extended Warranty

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Flat Roofing Systems, Metal Roofing Systems, Foam Insulation

Interior and Exterior Insulation
Wall Foam Spray Insulation

Interior and Exterior Insulation

Spray foam insulation makes complete sense from the moment it's applied. You can actually see the seal created as liquid foam thoroughly fills every crevice and solidifies into a seamless high performance barrier.

Effective Applications

Interior Insulation and Air Barrier Insulation for Industrial Storage Tank Exterior Insulation and Air Barrier Retaining Wall Insulation and Moisture Barrier
Interior Insulation
and Air Barrier
Insulation for Industrial
Storage Tank
Exterior Insulation
and Air Barrier
Retaining Wall Insulation
and Moisture Barrier

Foam insulation of this quality does cost more but consider the benefits:
Energy-Efficient Strong Healthy Eco-Friendly Quiet

Energy-Efficient
A single, solid, energy-saving barrier...The secret to energy efficiency is simple: keep the outside air out, and the inside air in. Unfortunately, air can travel through even the smallest cracks, holes or seams. Even with traditional fiberglass insulation, air easily passes through the spaces between the wall studs and the insulation batts, reducing the effective R-value of the assembly.

Wall foam has no seams or cracks, because it immediately expands to fill every nook and cranny. And because it doesn’t shrink, settle or sag over time, the “Air Seal Advantage” continues to provide energy savings year after year.

Strong
When the wall foam is sprayed into the stud wall cavity of a home, its two liquid components become chemically bonded, creating a rigid plastic-like material that ties the studs and the exterior sheathing together as one. In technical terms, this is called a monolithic wall barrier, because there are no gaps or void - only one single uniform structure. That structure actually strengthens the framing of your house, providing added protection against the elements and increasing the longevity of your home.

Healthy
The same wall foam air seal that prevents air from flowing in and out works equally hard at preventing outdoor pollutants such as smog and pollen from penetrating your home - not to mention pests and rodents. And because the wall foam creates a seamless moisture barrier, it inhibits the growth of mold and bacteria. All that adds up to a safer, healthier home for you and your family.

Eco-Friendly
There are obvious long-term benefits that come from having a more energy-efficient home, including reduced energy consumption and reliance on fossil fuels. In addition, the added structural integrity that wall foam provides for your home will result in a home that will last longer and won’t require insulation upgrades, which create debris for landfills. Plus, the application of wall foam is a cleaner process than other insulating materials, which means less mess and waste right from the start, and no resulting depletion of the ozone layer.

Quiet
Not only does the wall foam create a barrier to keep air out, it also keeps noise out, thanks to millions of semi-rigid cells that absorb sound waves originating from outside your home. It is proven to decrease exterior noise by up to 20 decibels. Because our perception of noise levels doubles every 10 decibels, wall foam has the potential to make your home up to 75% quieter.

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