Injection Foam Insulation
Once you have determined that you need insulation for any area of your home or business, you’ll want to know what your options are. There are various ways of insulating your property and at Denver Spray Foam Pros we focus on foam insulation and injection foam. There are some distinct differences between the two types, which are discussed with you in detail prior to application. If you are interested in protecting your investment then take a step in the right direction. It is our job to educate our customers about the many advantages of insulation. We take our responsibility very seriously. We understand that many people simply do not know or understand what the lack of insulation can do to their building. When you have rooms that are always cold, despite the temperature being turned up, let us discuss your options with you.
Why Injection Foam Insulation
Most people are familiar with expandable foam but injection foam or injected foam, as it is sometimes referred to, is a newer product. Expanding spray foam, it actually expands to fill in gaps and open spaces and will then stick to the areas it touches. It hardens and a permanent barrier is then created, which will prevent air and moisture from getting inside. What this means is that it can’t be used in enclosed cavities. If it is installed in enclosed cavities it will expand to the point of damaging the sheathing and drywall. Injection foam doesn’t expand and this what makes it such an effective way to fill wall cavities. Holes are drilled on the outside of the property and then the foam is injected along the studheads. Injection foam has consistency that is similar to shaving cream and helps to remove any air pockets that might be present. It also helps to seal leaks and will eventually harden so that a permanent solution is obtained. Injection foam applied to leaks in walls or airways create an airtight barrier that will help you maintain the temperature in you home. One of the primary benefits of injection foam is that it will help reduce your energy consumption and thus your energy bill.
Hiring A Professional
If you hire a regular contractor to handle the job of injecting foam, you may be left with a mess on your hands. A qualified professional has received the appropriate training and will know how to effectively inject the foam. They know how and where the foam should be applied to offer you maximum benefits. At Denver Spray Foam Pros we have assembled a team of qualified professionals who will take their time to make sure they fully understand the scope of the work. Once this has been accomplished, they will be able to get to work insulating your home. We know what it takes to offer our customers a thoroughly insulated property, whether it is your home or business. Give us call to discuss your options for insulating your property, today. We offer guaranteed satisfaction.