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Residential Spray Foam Insulation

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Spray Foam Insulation

  • R Value stays the same as the day it was installed year after year. 
  • Spray foam will stay inplace overtime. No sagging, compressing or break downs, keeping the area insulated with no top up required.
  • Spray foam will not retain moisture and will not promote fungal growth.
  • Spray foam will not cause allergens such as dust in the air.

Pink Insulation

  • Loses R Value over time 
  •            Date of installation - R20 value
  •            After 5 years - R10 value
  •            After 10 years - R8 value
  • Pink Insulation will sag or compress overtime causing void spaces where there is no insulation. 
  • If the insulated area is penetrated and moisture  seeps in,  mold and funguses will grow.

Cost and Time Saving

Spray foam insulation provides insulation R value and Vapor barrier in a single step, saving time and reducing the material needed. This is the only way to truly provide you with the most value from their insulation costs.

Pink Insulation vs. Spray Foam Insulation:

Benefits of using a spray foam insulation:

  • Increase R Value, a far tougher insulation in cold conditions.
  • Air/vapour barrier and insulation in one application.
  • Sound dampening.
  • Substantial reduction in energy consumption, up to 50%, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by thousands of tons per year.
  • Reduces potential for water / moisture damage.
  • Prevents condensation.
  • Adds strength to your building.

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How It Works:

Insulation R Value + Air Seal
When measuring the effectiveness of insulation, R value is the only factor most insulation manufacturers talk about because it’s all they offer. R value measures the ability to limit conductive heat flow (heat transferred through it). But the primary method of heat transfer is not conductive heat flow — it’s air leakage (convection). Air leakage can account for up to 40% of a building’s energy loss, and it cannot be stopped with traditional insulation. R value is important, but an airtight seal is equally important for achieving energy savings.