The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

attic insulation is a mixture of two liquids that, when combined and sprayed onto surfaces, expand to fill every crack and crevice. This allows it to fit around and in places that other insulation materials cannot, such as the gap between studs in new construction or the rim joist of an existing home. Spray foam also creates a tight seal to prevent air leaks that increase energy consumption and lower your home’s overall R-value.

Closed cell spray foam provides an effective moisture barrier, which helps to prevent the rot of wood and other structural components. This can save you money in the long run, especially if you live in an area with harsh winter weather and/or frequent hurricanes or storms.

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In addition, closed-cell spray foam is a highly effective sound insulator, which can reduce the amount of noise you hear from outside, as well as inside your home. Many of our customers tell us that they are no longer woken up by rain or wind, and that the sounds from traffic and neighbors are fainter.

Although DIY kits are available, it’s best to have a professional install your spray foam insulation. The professionals have the right equipment to ensure consistent coverage and expansion, as well as to monitor the temperature of the spray foam. They can also provide advice on health and safety issues associated with spray foam insulation, such as the presence of potentially harmful gases.

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