Closed cell spray foam
closed cell insulation
Closed cell spray foam available for all projects.
Closed Cell Spray Foam R-Value
Compared to other insulation types, closed cell spray foam has a much higher R-value per inch. The R-Value of closed cell foam insulation is R 6.5-7 per inch, while fiberglass, cellulose and open-cell foam have R-values ranging between R3.1- R3.7 per inch.
While it provides an extremely effective insulating barrier, it also adds to the structural integrity of a ceiling, roof or wall due to its high density and adhesive properties. For this reason it is effective at sealing air leaks in necessary areas.
closed cell foam insulation
spray foam metal building
Closed-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation is an effective insulator for metal buildings for a variety of reasons. To begin, closed cell spray foam is a powerful insulator. While metal will not protect your interior temperature from reaching the outside, the closed cell foam insulation will get the job done.
Furthermore, due to the nature of a metal building, thermal bridging often occurs, The expansive properties of closed cell insulation allows it to effectively seal all the nooks and crannies that would otherwise cause temperature leaks. It also adds to the structural integrity of the building.
Metal buildings are vulnerable to heat loss. Applying spray foam provides a huge energy saving opportunity. The one time cost of closed cell expanding foam will pay for itself with the years of energy savings. The spray foam provides an air tight seal reducing the chance of heated air escaping. Closed cell spray foam insulation also deters mold which leads to better indoor air quality.
Pole Barn Insulation
Will you be insulating a pole barn? Pole barns are often used as work spaces and require a level of durability that other forms of insulation cannot provide. Closed cell spray foam for pole barn insulation is one of the best ways to insulate while increasing the buildings durability and longevity. Pole building insulation needs to have a high R-value in order to keep the inside temperate. Due to the frame of a pole building, the traditional batt insulation will not adhere like spray insulation will. The best way to insulate a pole barn is with spray foam insulation, specifically closed cell spray foam for pole barn insulation. The added benefit to using closed cell spray foam for pole barn insulation is that it created in inner skeleton that actually increased the structural integrity of the pole barn.
Closed cell spray foam will create an air seal that eliminates the opportunity for temperate air to escape to the outside, while still allowing for temperature regulation. The closed cell foam insulation is also water resistant and therefore would be less likely to be a source of mold or mildew.
Much like the metal building, closed cell spray foam insulation will reduce the cost of energy, therefore saving you money long term. We do pole barn roof insulation, pole barn wall insulation, pole barn ceiling insulation and all pole barn insulation needs.
commercial spray foam insulation
Larger commercial structures require a powerful insulating material in-order to keep a temperate environment at a reasonable cost. Closed cell spray foam insulation is able to reach all the nooks and crannies located in and around ducts, cavities, corners and gaps of a commercial building, while providing and airtight seal and effective insulation.
The properties of closed cell spray foam also allow for some sound proofing advantages when applied between walls, floors and ceilings. Furthermore, due to its air tight seal, it often reduces allergens from entering the building and protects against pests entry.
exterior spray foam insulation
Closed cell spray foam insulation is the perfect solution for exterior spray foam needs. Because of its waterproof properties, this insulation type can be exposed to the outside elements while maintaining its effectiveness.
Closed cell insulation also created an air seal in your existing exterior wall without the need for a large renovation. Closed cell spray foam will also provide the highest energy efficiency as compared to other insulation types like cellulose, fiberglass or open cell spray foam.
Closed cell roof insulation
Many people consider closed cell spray foam insulation for their roof or attic ceiling. While the roof and attic are the point at which most heat escapes, installing the most powerful insulating material is a wise choice for comfort and cost savings.
Applying closed cell spray foam to a roof will also increase the structural integrity of the roof long term as well as decrease the opportunity for rodents and pests to gain entry.
Due to the fact that closed cell spray insulation creates an air tight seal, it is best to discuss ventilation options with our team to find out if closed cell spray foam is the right choice for your roof or attic.
Closed Cell Foam Spray Insulation Frequently Asked Questions
What is insulation?
Insulation will protect your home from the cold in the winter and the excess heat in the summer, allowing you to maintain the correct temperature inside all year round.
Additionally helpful in lowering noise pollution is insulation. A house with good insulation will consume relatively little additional energy for heating and cooling. We are capable of providing insulation to new constructions or remodeling existing properties, both internally and outside.
What is the most effective type of insulation?
The most energy-efficient wall insulation is spray-on insulation with closed cells.
In comparison to other insulation solutions, applications can achieve R-values that are substantially greater per inch of thickness, up to R-6.2 per square inch (approximately R-34 on a 26 wall).
Compared to closed-cell spray foam, open-cell spray foam is less expensive and has greater insulating qualities, but it doesn’t often offer as much insulation. .
What is the most common insulation?
Fiberglass is by far the greatest insulating material available for use in homes, especially in hot areas.
This is why:
Fiberglass cannot grow mold or mildew, making fiberglass insulation safe for homes in humid regions like the southeast.
Fiberglass insulation is fire-retardant, making it a perfect choice for homes in dry climates and places prone to fire.
increase in air quality .
How do you insulate an cold indoor wall?
Insulating internal walls can be accomplished in two ways: by attaching rigid insulation boards to the wall or by erecting a stud wall with insulation material like mineral wool. Insulation inside walls is typically less expensive to install than external wall insulation since exterior wall insulation is trickier to install, needs specialized knowledge, along with scaffolding, cranes, etc., all of which can add significantly to the cost of the project.
Can I have too much insulation?
Yes, your home may become so over-insulated that does not breathe. The goal of home insulation is to completely seal the inside of your house. However, moisture can become trapped inside those layers if it is too securely sealed with too much insulation.
At that point, mold is at risk of developing. There is a proper technique to insulate your home and a proper amount of insulation therefore having an insulation specialist like ourselves inspect and determine the exact amount is the best thing you can do for the health and safety of your home or business.
Is it best to insulate a ceiling or walls?
Always choose the attic when choosing between wall and attic insulation.
Here you will be able to minimize heat loss and reduce your energy costs. You might save up to 50% on energy if you prevented solar gain (an increase in heat) and natural convection heat loss from the attic. Keep in mind that energy generally is lost through your home’s roof due to a lack of insulation, and the larger the home the greater the potential energy loss.
Does insulation harm your lungs?
Ultimately there is a risk to individuals who handle or are exposed to certain types of insulation as they may breathe in very small pieces of glass or be exposed to asbestos fibers. These pieces may eventually lodge in someone’s lungs and cause respiratory problems.
Additionally, exposure to fiberglass can irritate the skin and eyes, making them scratchy. If your insulation contains asbestos fibers (depending on its age and composition) it may also be cancer-causing.
Wearing or handling such insulation will put ones health at risk since the fibers can contaminate tissue all over the body and grow of cancerous cells.
Why do my walls feel cold in the winter?
Your home’s flooring, ceilings, and walls should all be warm and dry to the touch.
A home’s drywall and panelling feeling damp or chilly is a telltale sign that there is insufficient insulation.
A home’s insulation, on the other hand, keeps warm air inside, thus touching an exterior wall should feel cold. Even when it’s chilly outside, some homes’ outside walls may feel warm to the touch. This is due to the possibility that the house was purposefully over-insulated to make it more energy-efficient, which is bad news for the house as a whole because it suggests there wasn’t enough insulation installed.