Go Green with Spray-Foam Insulation
Insulate and seal your whole house with energy-saving, high-density, spray polyurethane foam (SPF). The most cost-efficient time to insulate walls, ceilings, and attics is prior to the installation of sheetrock. Contacting us for a free estimate is the first step towards going green and making your home or business more environmentally friendly.
Save 20-50% more with our spray foam insulation vs traditional fiberglass batts.
Spray Foam Insulation: The Superior Choice
Completely seal your building envelope against air infiltration and moisture intrusion by using closed cell spray foam insulation in studwalls and rafter bays. Spray foam insulation can reduce your energy bills by 20% to 50% more than fiberglass batts. Spray foam insulation also improves sound attenuation giving your home or business a quieter interior. Furthermore, spray foam insulation can improve structural rigidity for better resistance against wind and earthquake loads.
Advantages of Spray Foam Insulation
- Greatly reduce energy bills
- Eliminate Air Infiltration
- Stay cooler in summer and warmer in winter
- Improve sound attenuation
- Keep pollen and dust out
- Down-size air conditioning and heating equipment
- Strengthen walls, floors & roofs
- Will never sag, shrink, or settle
- The most “Green” insulation on the market
High density spray foam insulation has some unique advantages for Architects. Since sprayed polyurethane foam stops air movement (vapor trapping), vent holes are no longer required for rafter bays. Also, where insulation requirements govern wall thickness, shallower 2×4 studwalls can be used in place of 2×6 studwalls (since sprayed high density foam has more than twice the R value of fiberglass per inch of depth). Spray foam insulation also achieves high LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) ratings and it is compliant with all of California’s Title 24 energy requirements.