Spray Pro Insulation – Green Weatherization TechnologySpray Pro Insulation – Green Weatherization Technology

The job of spray foam insulation is to resist heat flow in or out of a space – to keep a warm home warm in the winter and a cool home cool in the summer. It also seals the building envelope, stopping air leakage that is responsible for a significant percentage of heating and cooling costs. Spray foam is an efficient choice for insulating existing homes and new construction, including pole barns and other commercial structures.

Common Myths and Facts About Spray Foam Insulation

Many builders and homeowners are turning to spray foam for its efficiency, affordability, and ability to help cut energy bills without tearing out walls. Unfortunately, there is a severe shortage of qualified professional contractors who are knowledgeable about spray foam installation and have experience with it. As a result, underqualified and unregulated spray foam contractors are pitching this green weatherization technology to bewildered homeowners as a fast, easy, affordable and eco-friendly way to cut their heating bills.

Spray foam is applied using a special rig that contains high-tech software to ensure consistency and accuracy. It’s important to hire a licensed and insured contractor who uses this equipment because improper application can lead to mold, mildew and water damage.

During the spraying process, open and closed-cell spray foam expands to 100 times its original size to fill every nook and cranny of the cavity. This prevents air leakage that occurs with traditional insulation – fiberglass and cellulose – which can leave gaps and spaces that can allow cold, drafty air to flow into the home.

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