Day: June 14, 2024

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While attic insulation may be more expensive than traditional fiberglass or cellulose, the higher R-Values and energy savings it offers make it well worth the investment. Professional installation contractors will ensure that the insulation is applied evenly and correctly for optimal results. They also have the equipment necessary to properly monitor air temperatures during application, which is important in Arizona’s sun-kissed desert climate.

Residential and Commercial Spray Foam Insulation Solutions

Before starting the installation process, the crew will thoroughly clean and prepare the area to be insulated. This usually involves removing any existing insulation and clearing out attics, crawl spaces, and rim joists. Spray foam is a versatile product that can be applied in new and existing homes, commercial buildings, and pole barns. It can be sprayed in unvented attics, wall cavities, and in between studs.

When sprayed, the foam expands to fill all open gaps and crevices, creating a seamless barrier that prevents air and vapor from passing through. This helps to reduce the amount of heat (and cool) that is lost through the walls and roof, which can dramatically lower energy costs.

In addition to reducing your energy costs, spray foam insulation can also protect against pests, moisture, pollen/allergens, and unwanted air movement. It creates an air seal that can help you maintain a consistent temperature throughout your home, which in turn will save you money on your heating and cooling bills year-round.

When choosing a professional to install spray foam insulation, you should be aware that it is a hazardous product that contains compounds known as isocyanates. These can be very reactive and cause serious skin and breathing problems if they come into contact with your body. This is why it’s important to have your home vacated during the application process.

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