There are many reasons to choose spray foam insulation over fiberglass or cellulose in your building. Not only is it safer to use, it's better at insulating your property. Depending on which density fits your needs and budget, spray foam insulation expands approximately 30-130 times its liquid volume to completely fill voids and cracks which are always missed with traditional systems. Although your initial investment is higher, this products' advanced properties will lower energy costs to save you money, lots of it ...Day after day!! Below are just a few of the advantages of going with Foam...

  • Saves on energy costs
  • Stops air and moisture infiltration
  • Adds strength to the building structure
  • Foam is permanent and will not sag
  • Reduces capacity requirements, maintenance and wear of HVAC equipment
  • Reduces conditions that lead to Ice Damming
  • Meets all building codes

We invite you to explore our site, learn more about foam and contact us with any questions you may have. The major advantage of Spray Foam is that it does more than just insulate. It also windproofs wall and ceiling cavities from air movement, with a 3 1/2" sample of foam proving to be about 24 times less permeable to air infiltration than a similar thickness of fiberglass batt. In addition, the insulating power of Spray Foam is not diminished by lower temperatures or by air movement. Its R-value performs as stated. By contrast, some building experts state that an R-13 fiberglass batt in the presence of a 10 mile per hour breeze (the real world) diminishes the insulating power of a batt to an R-5! Hardly the kind of protection from heat and cold (especially in New England!!) you were hoping to have surrounding your structure.

Spray Foam is an organic material developed from products of the petrochemical industry. It is a two component system that is sprayed like paint. The chemical constituents are similar to those used in many products already in your home, such as upholstery foam and the foam used for pillows and mattresses---although the properties of the foam are different. Learn more on our Services page.