Spray foam insulation

With the highest R-Value of any other insulating material, Spray Foam Insulation could save you up to 40% on your energy bills!

Spray foam insulation is sprayed directly on as a liquid and transforms into hard foam within the wall or floor cavity. Like any insulation, spray foam has its benefits and limitations, and it’s important to determine the specific insulation needs of your home before committing to any type of insulation.

Benefits

Spray foam insulation has the highest R-Value of any insulation. The foam expands into the cavity of the wall so it is less likely for gaps to occur, which is where most other insulators fall short. When installed correctly you could see savings of up to 40% in energy costs if your home is fully insulated with spray foam. It can also take up much less space compared to blown-in insulation or fibreglass, and generally does not get much thicker than three inches once installed.

Limitations

Spray foam insulation is not as green or sustainable as other options available on the market. Although some variants may contain soy or vegetable by-products, the main element of spray foam is oil or petroleum. A large limitation of spray foam insulation is that it always needs to be covered, as UV light heavily degrades the foam. The foam is also very flammable, so if the insulation is installed near a flame source an ignition barrier will need to be installed.

Is Spray Foam Insulation right for my home?

Spray foam insulation can be installed nearly everywhere, but it is recommended having a professional survey your home to determine the best option for your situation and environment. Installing spray foam insulation needs to be done by a professional who is trained and has the correct protective gear for the job. The foam produces gasses during installation which should not be inhaled or come in contact with skin.

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