Open-Cell Foam

What is Open-Cell Sprayed Polyurethane Foam:

Open-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam Insulation is safe, sprayed-in-place, and eliminates air leakage. It resists heat movement in all directions and provides reliable performance under varying conditions.

Open-Cell Foam:

  • provides a continuous barrier
  • avoids thermal bridging and helps reduce exterior noise
  • meets Class 1 requirements
  • reduces or eliminates convection currents within walls

Continuous Barrier
Insulation materials that are not self sealing fail to stop the waste of energy through cracks and openings between the studs and the insulating material. Open-cell foam provides a continuous barrier.

Eliminates Air Leakage
Air Leakage is one of the Country’s most critical home energy problems. Unfortunately, most residential buildings were constructed before the scope of the problem was widely known. Today, new homes are being built utilizing the sprayed foam insulation solution, right from the start. This is the latest money saving technology for new home construction.

Avoids Thermal Bridging
Thermal bridging is another notorious energy thief. When insulation is not continuous and the building components are very conductive, substantial reductions in performance of R-values are observed.

Lowers Energy Consumption
Homeowners quickly learn that undesirable air infiltration in a finished house increases energy consumption, which in turn, leads to high utility bills and steadily declines resale home value.

There are many other advantages inherent to sprayed-in-place rigid polyurethane foam including:

  • it creates a barrier against gas and odor
  • it retards insects and rodent penetration
  • it adds structural integrity to the house
  • it helps reduce exterior noise

Investment Return
The initial application cost of the system is offset by constant yearly pay-backs through lower heating and cooling bills. Insulating your home with sprayed polyurethane foam will typically save enough money in reduced utility bills to pay for itself within a few years, continue to save you money for as long as you own your home, and increase the resale value of your home. High utility bills can be avoided.





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