Spray foam insulation can insulate your home and commercial space. It can keep unwanted outside air out and keep thermoregulated air in. It does that by tightly sealing any gap or hole to stop the draft, moisture, and even water.
Thanks to the foam's flexibility and high insulation rating, it is an effective insulation material that can make your HVAC system more efficient, resulting in a drastic reduction of your electricity bills.
There are two types of spray foam on the market: open-cell and closed-cell.Open-cell foam is flexible and expands greatly. We often use this type to insulate hard to reach spaces and to insulate noise and sound. On the other hand, closed-cell foam is rigid and dense. It has a high R-value, meaning it can insulate heat better than open-cell foam — it can even be used as a vapor barrier. We use this when we insulate walls and other spaces in your home or building.
The application of the foam also provides other benefits. Some of them are:
●Add structural strength to your walls
●Prevents mold and mildew growth
●Blocks insects, bugs, and rodents from getting inside
●Reduces outside noise
Using spray foam or spray polyurethane foam (SPF) by yourself to seal gaps and cracks is easy to do. However, insulating a house or commercial establishment requires a pro and a dedicated spray foam machine as using SPF cans to insulate walls can be too costly and inefficient.
You can reach us to know more about spray foam insulation and how we can apply it in your home or commercial space
Sonoma Insulation Company*
*Air Duct & Insulation Solutions.
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