Spray Foam Insulation 316 Insulation

attic insulation is a high-tech product made of two materials – isocyanate and polyol resin – which chemically react to expand when applied. Once sprayed, the foam fills and seals all of the nooks and crannies of your home’s structure. This helps to improve your home’s R-value*, or resistance to heat flow, which in turn helps you save money on energy costs.

The Environmental Advantages of Spray Foam Insulation

There are many different types of spray foam insulation, but closed and open cell foams are the most common. The type you choose depends on your specific needs and preferences. Closed-cell foam is more dense than open-cell and offers better insulating properties. It also creates a barrier to moisture, which prevents mold and mildew and reduces the amount of condensation that builds up inside your walls.

Spray foam is used to insulate attics, crawl spaces, and rim joists in new construction, as well as existing homes and pole barns. It can also be sprayed on walls, ceilings, and floors. In addition to being an excellent insulator, spray foam can help with sound reduction.

The process of installing spray foam requires specialized equipment and the proper training. DIY kits are available, but it’s important to note that improper mixing or application can result in poor results and health hazards. Professional installers use a specialized spray rig that ensures the material is mixed correctly, sprayed evenly, and properly expanded for consistent, lasting results.

316 Insulation
420 37th St NW – Unit F, Auburn, WA 98001
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