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Insulating Today’s Homes with Spray Foam Insulation


Home insulation solutions have changed over time. Spray foam insulation is currently one of the most effective ways to insulate walls, attics, crawl spaces and other areas of the home that are weak points when it comes to energy efficiency. Spray foam insulation is available in two different types and is often superior to other insulation products in many situations.


What Is Spray Foam Insulation?


This type of insulation is an affordable option if you want to increase your home’s R-value by sealing gaps currently present in the walls of your home. The person installing this type of insulation sprays liquid polyurethane into the cavities of the walls you wish to insulate. Once the liquid polyurethane is applied, it becomes a hard, solid foam.


Types of Foam


Two types of foam are available for this kind of job. The first type of foam is called half-pound open cell foam. The second type of spray foam insulation is called two-pound closed cell foam. This is a dense alternative to half-pound open cell foam. Two-pound closed-cell foam insulates better but it’s often a more expensive option for homeowners.


Some Good Reasons to Use Spray Foam Insulation


There are many good reasons to use this type of insulation solution. It’s more compact than other insulation products. This means its R-value is higher than these other insulation products and your home loses much less energy. Unlike other insulation products, spray foam insulation takes up less space. This is particularly important if you’re insulating small areas or difficult to reach parts of your home.


If you need to insulate your home but you’re not sure where to start, Contact us Today at (858) 256-4685. We’ll carry out a comprehensive insulation inspection and advise you about the best solution to make your home more comfortable and reduce your annual energy costs.


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