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June 20, 2024 - Zume Life

Keystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation

As its name implies, spray foam insulation is a liquid that expands as it’s applied to a space. This allows it to reach the tiny nooks and crannies that other insulation materials cannot, such as around light fixtures and electrical outlets, and where walls meet windows and doors. Its airtight seal prevents conductive and convective heat transfer, keeping warm indoor air in during the winter and cool outdoor air out during the summer.

Why Choose Spray Foam Architects of Florida?

Because it stops the flow of heat energy, spray foam insulation can significantly reduce a home’s utility bills. It can also qualify homeowners for rebates offered by local utilities.

The foam’s pockets create a barrier that restricts air movement, and the material is very durable and water-resistant. It is available for use in new construction homes, pole barns and other commercial buildings and can be installed in attics, crawl spaces, walls and rim joists. In general, it is more cost-effective than traditional fiberglass insulation and will not lose its R-value over time.

A professional contractor will thoroughly clean and prepare the area to be insulated before applying the spray foam. It will usually include removing any existing insulation that’s present and repairing any damaged areas of the structure. The installers will also remove any items that are hanging from the ceiling or near the spray foam application, as these may be harmed by the chemicals used to produce the insulation (isocyanates and polyurethane). Some companies offer low-VOC spray foam, which uses less hazardous blowing agents. These are a more eco-friendly choice, as they have a lower global warming potential (GWP) of 1, compared to carbon dioxide’s GWP of 3,400.

Keystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation
8 Azalea Dr, Windsor, PA 17366, United States