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Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is a spray-applied plastic foam applied to surfaces for insulation. SPF can be applied to walls, roofs, attics, crawl spaces, and around pipes and electrical wires. It conforms to irregular shapes and fills even the tiniest of gaps, ensuring comprehensive insulation coverage.
SPF is the leading product in insulation and has the highest R-value of most traditional insulation systems.
R-value refers to the thermal resistance of an insulation material. It measures how effectively insulation resists the transfer of heat.
Higher R-value insulation retains heat in colder months and blocks heat in hotter periods.
Open Cell SPF: has a lower density and is sponge-like in appearance. Due to its expansion ability during the application process, open cell foam fills cracks and crevices while adhering to most surfaces, smooth or irregular.
Closed Cell SPF: has a higher density and each cell in the foam is completely closed. This type of insulation is more costly than open cell foam, but it provides a code-approved air barrier, vapor barrier and moisture barrier as well.
Spray foam insulation reduces energy consumption and utility bills. The households can save up to 50% on energy costs, resulting in hundreds to thousands of dollars over a couple years.
Closed Cell SPF insulation acts as a moisture barrier due to its impermeability to water vapor. This helps prevent moisture-related issues such as mold growth, rot, and structural damage.
Spray foam insulation expands and fills gaps, cracks, and crevices, creating an airtight seal. This airtight seal not only increases efficiency of your home, but also helps prevent drafts and keeps out dust, pollen, and other allergens.
Spray foam insulation is durable and has a long lifespan. It maintains its effectiveness and insulation performance for many years without settling or deteriorating. On average, SPF will last ten years before needing to be placed, which is longer than traditional insulation.