Why Choose Spraygreen Foam?

Spray Foam Insulation
Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation can be the perfect fit for your home – literally. The innovative process adds insulation to every nook and cranny of a house, making it an ideal solution for sealing buildings and keeping you comfortable. Don’t get overwhelmed with the process – when installed by a certified contractor, spray-foam insulation is one of the best ways to insulate your home.

What Is Spray Foam Insulation?
Spray Foam Insulation

From batts to blown-in insulation, there are several ways to insulate your home – but the best of the best is spray foam insulation. Spray foam works by combining two fluids and spraying them like water from a hose. When the liquids mix, they expand into a solid in a chemical process that is surprisingly fun and interesting to watch.

Two of a Kind

There are two types of spray foam insulation, open cell and closed cell. The difference between the two quickly becomes technical, but simply put: open cell foam is lighter, closed cell foam is denser. Closed cell foam will cost more but offers greater moisture protection and insulating power. Your certified contractor can advise you on the best spray foam insulation for your project.

Spraygreen offers both types of spray foam: Open Cell Foam  and Closed Cell Foam

Benefits of Foam

Small gaps in insulation can lead to cold, drafty rooms and higher heating bills. Spray foam can fit into any area, block any hole and prevent cold air from ruining your home’s comfort and your wallet. Spray foam insulation offers the highest R-value when compared to other products. R-value refers to how much heat is blocked by the material.

Imagine coloring in a circle; crayons may do a wonderful job, but if you want to make sure every part of the circle is colored, you use paint because the liquid covers every inch of the circle. Since it’s applied like paint, spray foam offers greater coverage for every area of an attic, between wall studs, and anywhere insulation is needed. Hard to reach corners and crawl spaces can’t hide from spray foam.

Not only will spray foam keep the heat inside your home, it keeps noises out. Spray foam works as an acoustic barrier, preventing unwanted noise from seeping into your house and your ears.

Can You Install It Yourself?

Watching the foam expand into the joists looks fun, but this is NOT a project you can tackle yourself. It’s very dangerous to breathe in the chemicals during the application process which is why proper training, precautions, and personal protective equipment (PPE) must be used. Besides potentially doing harm to yourself, if you don’t know what you’re doing, you likely would not install the product properly, leaving your home under or incorrectly insulated. To ensure proper insulation and safety, spray-foam insulation should only be installed by a certified contractor, such as Spraygreen Foam Insulation Systems. 

Don’t get overwhelmed with spray foam insulation options. The science may be complex but the efficiency is easy to understand: Foam insulation will seal your home in the best possible way. Call us today to get a free estimate on your home or business.