What is Spray Foam Insulation?
Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation is being used to develop buildings that are: attractive and comfortable for the occupants, inexpensive to operate and maintain, and remain so for the life of the building. Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation solves building insulation design problems because it combines proven thermal protection while also offering superior air barrier properties. Spray Polyurethane is a spray-applied cellular plastic that forms a continuous, monolithic barrier on walls, around corners, and on all contoured surfaces, and protrusions. Spray Polyurethane exceeds all requirements for air barrier material as required in the National Building Code. Having one of the highest R-Values per inch of any insulating material promotes the elimination of heat loss through cracks, seams, joints and gaps. Thus energy costs are reduced and the building comfort is enhanced.
Polyurethane Foam Insulation provides:
- Energy efficient homes: heating and cooling costs
can be reduced as much as 50%.
- A reduction of heating and air conditioning tonnage
as much as 35% without the loss of efficiency and comfort
- Draft free environment: sealing of cracks, joints, etc…,
will prevent uncontrolled movement of air through the wall assemblies.
- Dust free: homes insulated with Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation
show a remarkable reduction of dust accumulation
- Quiet homes: the open cells and the semi-rigid polyurethane
mass will absorb and reduce the sound transmission
- Improved air quality
- Stable insulation: not subjected to structural
deterioration or decomposition, will not settle
- Strong adhesion to the surface
Air moves in and out of a building through every hole, crack and crevice. Roughly one third of air infiltrates through walls, ceiling, and floors. Adding an advanced insulation system is necessary to achieve optimal building performance. Foam-LOK™ spray polyurethane foam is an advanced insulation system. Spray foam insulation can maximize a building or homeowners investment by sealing the building envelope to stop conditioned indoor air from escaping and prevent unconditioned air from entering a home. Air exchange in and out of a home is a leading cause of escalated energy bills. The mechanical systems that heat and cool buildings are continuously operating; reducing extreme temperature variations saves on the overuse of mechanical systems and leads to lower energy bills.Send an inquiry to