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Spray Foam Insulation, Hickory, NC Posted by Terenia Autrey May 30th, 2017

Need A Powerful Air Tight Insulation?

Spray foam insulation can be used in any space in your Hickory home, including the attic, ceilings, walls, and floors.

Insulation Materials

Spray Foam is different than the other types of Insulations made up of soft materials such as Fiberglass. Polyurethane and isocyanate are combined and form a chemical reaction that expands and hardens. This creates an airtight insulation with the most R-Value per inch on the market. The combination of this polymer spray can last for 20 years or more and will not settle and lose R-Value like other insulation types can do.

Used Mostly For:

Spray Foam can be used in any space from Attics, ceilings, walls, and floors. This insulation gets to every nook and cranny creating an airtight seal unlike any other insulation. It’s great for hard to get to places and rafters. It is the best method for insulation of craw spaces. It is eco-friendly and protects against moisture and mold.

Energy Saving Benefits

Spray foam is a powerful insulator and has an average energy savings of 20% more then other types of insulation savings. It is the only type of insulation that can prevent air leaks 24 times more then other insulations. It also is capable of sealing all cracks and holes, unlike any other insulation is capable of doing. Spray foam is more expensive then other insulations but with the advanced energy savings it will pay for itself over time.

Spray Foam Insulation Facts

Spray Foam Insulation comes in two types of foam insulation: open–cell and closed–cell. Closed-cell is most effective with a higher density, but also most expensive. Open-cell is more spongy and is a better at noise absorption. One of our professionals can help you know which one meets your needs more specifically

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