Whether you’re building a new home or upgrading the insulation in your existing structure, spray foam is one of the most cost-effective choices. And with 40% of your home’s energy loss coming from air infiltration around windows and doors, spray foam is a smart investment.

Spray foam insulation is a liquid substance that expands when sprayed into the wall cavities and crevices of your home, sealing them shut. It conforms to the unique design of your house, filling in all the nooks and crannies where heat may escape. Closed-cell spray foam also acts as a moisture barrier, keeping water and air from entering your structure. This prevents the growth of mold and mildew and protects the structural integrity of your walls and roof.

The Installation Process of Spray Foam Insulation

Open-cell spray foam contains billions of tiny air bubbles that make it a leading sound-proofing material. This makes it an ideal choice for homes with media rooms or between the floors of a multi-level home. This spray insulation is also a great choice for metal roofs, as it has excellent fire resistance.

Homeowners and builders can choose to install spray foam themselves with a DIY kit, but it’s recommended that you hire an experienced professional to avoid improper application and costly mistakes. The best spray foam contractors use high-end rigs that ensure the spray is mixed correctly and applied at the correct temperature, which is crucial for optimal expansion and effectiveness. Professionals are also able to use low GWP blowing agents that reduce the impact on climate change.

Distinctive Spray Foam
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Nunn, CO 80648”
(970) 413-4205