Desert Spray Foaming Explains Spray Foam Insulation

When applied by a professional installation contractor, spray foam insulation is sprayed into place and fills and seals any holes or cracks that could allow air leakage. The foam creates an air barrier, reducing the amount of energy your home or business uses and increasing its energy efficiency. The insulated barrier prevents moisture from infiltrating your home or office and helps to protect against mold and mildew.

Enhancing Energy Efficiency with Spray Foam Insulation

A properly installed spray foam insulation also reduces outside noise, so you can enjoy a relaxing and peaceful environment. Unlike fiberglass and Styrofoam, which are not long-term solutions because they tend to crack and droop over time, spray foam is a durable solution that will last for the life of your building.

Closed-cell spray foam is more expensive than open-cell, but it is physically stronger and does a better job of insulating the space. It also forms a strong vapor barrier, eliminating the need to apply a separate vapor barrier in areas that aren’t vented.

High-density spray foam has a higher R-value and offers more coverage per square foot. It is typically used in exterior walls, roofs, and other spaces that require high R-value insulation. It is also a good choice for unvented attics because it prevents ice dams in the winter.

Spray polyurethane contains volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like isocyanates, which can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. It’s important to use a licensed installation contractor who understands how to use this product in a safe manner without exposing homeowners or workers to the chemicals. The professional installers at Desert Spray Foaming will ensure that the appropriate type of spray insulation is used and that proper ventilation is followed during the application process.
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150 Fm 1429 Seminole, TX 79360