Spray foam insulation, or Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is created using two separate chemical compounds, which are heated and then sprayed simultaneously using specialized equipment. Properly heating and mixing the chemicals produces a reaction that creates in spray foam insulation. The liquid mixture is sprayed onto the surface to be insulated. It then rapidly expands and cures in seconds, forming a solid, seamless, air barrier.
Spray foam is a superior method for insulating commercial and residential buildings alike, because it can be custom-fit to any architectural design or construction material. Spray foam prevents air and moisture intrusion, greatly reduces energy costs, strengthens the building structure and protects the internal air from mold, airborne pollutants and allergens for healthier,
more energy-efficient buildings.
To find out how spray foam insulation can help improve your energy savings, your quality of life or restore your homes value, contact us for an individual consultation.