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Spray Foam Benefits

Reduce Heating & Cooling Costs By 50%
Increase Your Home’s Comfort
Reduce Chances of Freezing Pipes
Reduce Noise Pollution (open cell)
Add A Moisture Seal (closed cell)
Inhibit Mold Growth
Boost Your Home’s Strength (closed cell)
Fits Perfectly, Any Space
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Invest Once, Benefit for Years
Eliminate Hot or Cold Rooms
Reduce Dust and Airborne Allergens
Raise Your Home’s Appraisal Value
Eliminate Pest & Insect Intrusion

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Spray foam insulation helps maintain your home’s temperature by sealing conditioned air inside, thereby extending the lifespan of your HVAC system through reduced operation times. This efficient temperature management can lead to savings of up to 50% on your heating and cooling expenses.


Spray foam insulation balances temperatures throughout your home, from floor to floor, and eliminates hot/cold spots that can persist in under-insulated homes.


When applied to the subfloor or crawlspace, Closed Cell Spray Foam can prevent cold floors and wood floor cupping in periods of high humidity.


Spray foam seals the cracks in the attic and subfloor, improving indoor air quality by decreasing dust, pollen, and other allergens.


Open Cell Spray Foam is an excellent sound inhibitor, making it the perfect choice for walls adjacent to the kitchen or living room.

25C Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit

Homeowners can claim 30% of home energy efficiency upgrade costs annually (up to $1200 credit).
Take advantage of tax credits every year from 2023 until 2032.

Easy energy efficiency upgrades

Attic Roof Deck Upgrade

Using spray foam insulation in an attic brings a myriad of benefits, enhancing a home’s overall comfort, energy efficiency, and longevity. Here’s how spray foam makes a difference when applied in an attic space:

  • Maximizes Energy Efficiency: Spray foam insulation provides an exceptional thermal barrier, significantly reducing heat transfer. This helps maintain consistent indoor temperatures, leading to reduced reliance on heating and cooling systems and, consequently, lower energy bills.
  • Eliminates Air Leaks: Attics are often the primary source of air leaks in a home. Spray foam expands to fill gaps, cracks, and other openings, creating an airtight seal. This prevents conditioned air from escaping and unconditioned air from entering, enhancing the efficiency of HVAC systems.
  • Prevents Moisture Damage: By creating a tight seal, spray foam insulation helps prevent moisture and condensation from entering the attic space. This reduces the risk of mold and mildew growth, wood rot, and other moisture-related issues, protecting the structural integrity of the roof and attic.
  • Blocks Pollutants and Allergens: The air-sealing properties of spray foam insulation also help in blocking the entry of outdoor allergens, pollutants, and dust into the attic and subsequently into the living spaces below, contributing to healthier indoor air quality.
  • Strengthens the Roof: Especially when using closed-cell spray foam, its rigid nature can add strength to the roof structure. This can be particularly beneficial in areas prone to high winds or heavy snow loads.
  • Sound Dampening: Spray foam insulation can act as a sound barrier, reducing the transmission of noise from outside and between different levels of the home. This leads to a quieter and more peaceful indoor environment.
  • Fits Any Space: Due to its expansive nature, spray foam can easily fill irregular shapes and hard-to-reach areas, ensuring thorough coverage and insulation of the entire attic space, including around vents, chimneys, and light fixtures.
  • Cost-Effective Over Time: While the initial investment in spray foam insulation may be higher compared to traditional insulation materials, the substantial energy savings, reduced HVAC wear and tear, and minimal maintenance requirements can lead to significant cost savings over time.
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Easy energy efficiency upgrades

Basement or Crawlspace Upgrade

When spray foam insulation is applied in a crawlspace or basement, it offers several significant benefits that enhance the comfort, energy efficiency, and durability of a home. Here’s how:

  • Prevents Moisture: Spray foam insulation acts as an exceptional moisture barrier. By sealing off cracks and crevices, it prevents water vapor from entering, which can help in reducing the risk of mold and mildew growth, common issues in basements and crawlspaces.
  • Protects Structures: By keeping moisture out, it also protects the wooden elements of your home’s structure from rot and decay, prolonging the life of your home’s foundation and support beams.
  • Seals Air Leaks: Basements and crawlspaces are notorious for air leaks, which can lead to significant energy loss. Spray foam expands to fill gaps, creating an airtight seal that reduces the exchange of air between the inside and outside of a home. This helps maintain a consistent temperature, reducing the workload on heating and cooling systems and potentially lowering energy bills.
  • Blocks Outdoor Allergens: By sealing off cracks and gaps, spray foam insulation can prevent outdoor allergens, pollutants, and pests from entering the home through the crawlspace or basement. This can lead to improved indoor air quality and a healthier living environment.
  • Strengthens Foundation: The rigid nature of closed-cell spray foam can add structural strength to the walls it is applied to. This can be particularly beneficial in crawlspaces and basements, where the foundation supports the entire weight of the house.
  • Keeps Floors Warm: Applying spray foam in the crawlspace or basement can help in keeping the floors above warmer, leading to increased comfort, especially in colder climates.
  • Reduces Pest Intrusion: The seamless barrier created by spray foam insulation can deter rodents and insects from entering through tiny cracks and holes, contributing to a cleaner and more hygienic home environment.

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Interior and Exterior Walls

Spray foam insulation, when used in home renovations for both exterior and interior walls, offers a multitude of benefits that can enhance the comfort, energy efficiency, and overall value of a home. Here are some key advantages:

For Exterior Walls

  • Enhanced Energy Efficiency: Spray foam insulation has a high R-value, which measures resistance to heat flow. By applying it to exterior walls, it significantly reduces heat transfer, keeping the home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. This leads to reduced energy consumption and lower utility bills.
  • Moisture Barrier: It acts as an effective moisture barrier, preventing water and moisture from penetrating through exterior walls. This can help in reducing the risk of mold and mildew growth, which are common concerns in many climates.
  • Air Sealing: Spray foam expands to fill cracks, gaps, and crevices in walls. This air sealing property minimizes air leakage, preventing drafts and contributing to a more consistent indoor temperature and improved indoor air quality by reducing the infiltration of outdoor pollutants and allergens.
  • Structural Integrity: When applied, closed spray foam adds to the structural integrity of the building. The foam’s rigidity can help in strengthening the walls and increasing the overall durability of the home’s structure.
  • Noise Reduction: Open Cell Spray foam insulation provides excellent sound insulation, reducing the transmission of noise from outside to inside and vice versa. This can be particularly beneficial in noisy environments or for homes located near busy streets.

For Interior Walls

  • Improved Comfort: By insulating interior walls, spray foam helps in creating a more uniform temperature throughout the home, eliminating hot or cold spots that can occur with less effective insulation.
  • Sound Dampening: Applying spray foam in interior walls, especially in areas like bedrooms, bathrooms, and laundry rooms, can significantly reduce sound transmission between rooms, enhancing privacy and creating a quieter living environment.
  • Energy Savings: While the primary focus might be on exterior walls for energy conservation, insulating interior walls with spray foam can further optimize heating and cooling efficiency by allowing for more effective zoning. It can help in maintaining different temperatures in different areas of the home more effectively.


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