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Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Foam Facts

  Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation provides:


  • Energy Efficient Homes: heating and cooling costs can be reduced as much as 50%.


  • A Reduction of Heating and Air Conditioning tonnage as much as 35% without the loss of efficiency and comfort.


  • Draft Free Environment: sealing of cracks, joints, etc…, will prevent uncontrolled movement of air through the wall assemblies.


  • Dust Free: homes insulated with Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation show a remarkable reduction of dust accumulation


  • Quiet homes: the open cells and the semi-rigid polyurethane mass wil absorb and reduce the sound transmission


  • Improved Air Quality


  • Stable Insulation: not subjected to structural deterioration or decomposition, will not settle


  • Strong Adhesion to the Surface


  • Comfort!



    And much more!










2LB Closed Cell



R-value per inch: about 6.5 to 7


Closed-cell foam isn't cheap, but it provides a much higher R-value per inch than open-cell foam. Because of its density and glue-like tenacity, it also adds structural strength to a wall, ceiling, or roof assembly.


  • Can be applied at very low temperatures (as low as 5oF)


  • Ideal for continuous insulation solutions


  • Higher R-value* per inch  – easier to accommodate high R-value* requirements in narrow spaces


  • Lower vapor permeance (can be a Class II VDR)


  • Can reject bulk water (ideal for flood zones)


  • Higher tensile and bond strength










1/2LB Open Cell



R-value per inch: about 3.6


Although open-cell foam costs less than closed-cell foam, it has a lower R-value per inch, so a thicker layer is required. If the framing members are deep enough to accommodate your required R-value, open-cell foam may end up costing less.


  • Can be installed at a significantly lower cost and target the same specified R-value*


  • Can achieve greater R-value* if not restricted by space


  • Lower raw material/resource use


  • Permits bi-directional drying


  • Will accommodate long-term creep and seasonal movement


  • Hydrophobic material


  • Air barrier and insulating material











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