Health Benefits Using Foam

Foam polyurethane does not produce fiberglass particles that float in the air and are distributed through a home’s heating and air conditioning system. This eliminate the health risk associated with breathing in tiny fibers or other foreign materials that may be dangerous, particularly for a family member with asthma.

For members of your family who are sensitive to allergens, like dust and mold, foam insulation is preferably because it doesn't introduce this source of irritation. The foam sticks to the area that it is meant to cover and remains there. Fiberglass may deteriorate over time, causing sagging or loose pieces that may be circulated thourgh your home's venting system.

Additional Features of Foam

Foam insulation is more water resistant than fiberglass insulation. Fiberglass actually absorbs water and in time becomes heavy and weighted down by it. This introduces the potential for mold growth and a messy clean-up to replace and sanitize the area where mold and other growth appears. Areas of the country that are prone to floods and hurricanes benefit more from the use of foam insulation in the home over fiberglass.

Foam insulation is fire resistant and acts as a fire retardant, reducing the spread of flames throughout the house in the event of fire. Foam also helps to reduce noise as it provides a total seal in hard-to-reach areas. This could be important to you if you reside near a busy thoroughfare or airport.

Why Choose Spray Foam

There is no better home insulating material than Spray Foam insulation

SPF Insulation can seal your home from air and moisture intrusion, save on costly utility bills, strengthen your home, and can protect your family’s health from dangerous mold.

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Noise Reduction and Stability

Enhances Overall Building Stability Since Spray Foam is seamless
and monolithic; foam sprayed into the walls enhance overall
building stabilityand reduces “rack and sheer.&...
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Energy Savings Benefits

Health Benefits

Prevents Moisture and Gas Infiltration Since Spray Foam acts as an
air barrier, it also helps to reduce moisture infiltration, which is a
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Click here for the most common misconceptions.

Spray foam insulation is mostly recognized by commercial contractors as an effective insulation that can be used for residential applications. If you're considering the use this insulation in your home, here are 5 important things you should know about it.

1- Application

This foam is sprayed with special equipment that is typically operated by professionals and is best used for special applications such as filling, insulating, and sealing cavities in walls and around electrical outlets.

2 - Properties

Spray foam is especially useful in situations where you want to avoid settling, shrinking, or sagging in your insulation

3 - Energy

In general, sprayed foam has a higher per-inch R-factor rating than other insulation such as fiberglass batts.

4 - Cost

Foam insulation, when viewed solely as an insulation is more expensive. But when taking into account other related construction costs, foam insulation is more competitively priced because it is a one-step process and eliminates the need for caulking, vapor barriers, and increased costs of using specialized construction contractors.

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