Professional Spray Foam Insulation Contractors Serving Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and Utah
Being able to control your building’s heating and cooling loss with insulation helps improve your energy efficiency every season. Working with spray foam insulation is especially useful because it’s cost-efficient and can be applied just about anywhere.
Why Spray Foam Insulation?
Both residential and commercial buildings can use spray foam insulation. The material is so versatile and effective because it expands for complete coverage. That’s why spray foam insulation is the ideal choice for trickier applications, like areas around tanks, pipes, or other industrial equipment.
Of course, spray foam insulation comes with some other perks too. The material is fire resistant, VOC-free, and ozone-safe. Compared to other insulation options, spray foam is also environmentally-friendly. It even works to absorb sound, restrict allergens, and keep pests out of your building. And once the installation is complete, those energy cost-saving benefits can last for years to come.
Open-Cell and Closed-Cell Applications
Spray polyurethane foam is created from a chemical reaction between isocyanate and a polyol resin. Mixing these two liquid products can result in either a hard and rigid foam or a soft, semi-rigid solid foam. These two types of spray foam insulation have different applications:
- Crawl Spaces
- Roof Interiors
The softer type of spray foam is referred to as open-cell spray foam. Since it has a low density, open-cell spray foam can fill large areas without much material. This tends to make it the more economical choice for insulation. It won’t provide as much insulation power as closed-cell spray foam, but depending on your situation, the lower R-value might be enough to meet your needs.
Professional Service for Better Performance
Turning to spray foam for your insulation can deliver great results for a relatively low investment. But you need to make sure the application is handled correctly. A professional crew will make all the difference.
Whether you’re looking to use spray foam insulation for new construction or renovation, the team at Poly Seal can help. Our product expertise, quality training, and attention to detail will help you get the job done right.
Ready to upgrade to spray foam insulation? Give us a call to learn more: 208-960-0034