Spray Foam Insulation
WALL SPRAY FOAM
Spray Foam is the best decision you can make when choosing which type of insulation you want to use for your living space. Whether you are building a new house, doing a renovation in your home, or one or more of your rooms are inadequately insulated, we can help. We do the whole job from start to finish. Contact us today to learn which type of spray foam insulation is best for you.
More and more people are choosing to use spray foam to insulate their duct work throughout the house. Ducts are used to transfer the hot air from your heating unit to each room that has a vent. These ducts are notorious for having old and poorly taped joints, holes and more. If your ducts have no insulation, the heat can be transferred through the metal and a good amount of heat is being lost. HEAT THAT YOU PAID FOR! Seal these joints and holes and insulate your ducts with spray foam. If you are planning to have your home for years to come, this is not just a service, it's a great investment!
SILL PLATES AND RIM JOISTS
No matter how hard an insulation specialist tries, there is no way to insulate a sill plate as well as spray foam can. Your sill plate is one of the most prone spots to being under insulated ( Under insulated does not mean just add more insulation. Batt insulation is made in layers and needs to be installed correctly for it to work properly). Even if your sill plate does have fiberglass insulation that was installed correctly, almost 100% of the time it does not stop the outside air from gaining access into your home. Spray foam expands to close off every small nook and cranny from pipes, ducts, in between the wood and more. Call us today to get a FREE home evaluation!
Having a moldy, wet crawl space is the worst. If you do not already know this, do not find out. Protect your crawl space from outside air seeping in through your sill plate and floor, while also defending it from water damage. Depending on your situation we can install a vapor barrier, spray foam the sill plate in your crawlspace, insulate below the sub floor, and make sure everything is sealed to prevent air and water from making its way into your living space. The picture to the left is the most common solution. Every situation is different so contact us today to get a free home evaluation!