Spray Foam Insulation Keeps Air In & Energy Costs Low
Spray foam fills gaps in your home’s structure more effectively than other insulation methods. Air can leak through these gaps, causing your HVAC system to work harder and use more energy to heat and cool your home.
The high R-value of closed-cell spray foam insulation can provide even more energy savings by better-retaining heat in your home. It’s also recognized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as an effective way to minimize damage in the event of a flood.
Spray foam is a tried and true investment, it lasts longer and doesn’t sag over time. The air-sealing properties maintain your home at a comfortable temperature and reduce pollen and other allergens that can enter your home through insulation gaps.
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Why Spray Foam Is So Effective
When installed correctly, spray foam expands to fill corners, gaps, and even small spaces you may not see. Compared to fiberglass or organic insulation materials it is also more effective at creating an air seal in your home.
Keeping the air outside from coming in as well as keeping the air inside from going out ensures that a consistent temperature is maintained, reducing the strain on your HVAC systems.
At Premier Insulation, we pride ourselves on providing top-quality insulation services while making it as hassle-free as possible for our customers. From the moment you contact us to schedule an appointment, to the final installation, we prioritize clear communication, timely service, and excellent workmanship. Read our reviews to see how we’ve helped others achieve energy savings, increased comfort, and peace of mind.
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Questions & Answers About Foam Insulation
Yes, in fact it is one of the easiest insulation materials to install into already existing walls.
Quite a long time. between 80 and 100 years on average. Spray foam is a fantastic long-term investment because of its longevity.
Incredibly so, both for stopping the transfer of heat, and retaining a good seal on the interior temperature.
During the installation and until the curing finishes, we recommend the property is vacated while we finish the project.