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Spray Foam Insulation for Residential Commercial Buildings

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Spray foam insulation seals air leaks as it expands to fill the desired space, where traditional fiberglass insulation or blown-in insulation allows the conditioned air to escape and unconditioned air to enter. The benefits of spray foam are numerous: 

·         Energy efficiency & savings – Up to 40% off current energy bills!

·         Provides air barrier, moisture barrier, and premium insulation in one application

·         Permanent solution that won’t droop or need to be replaced

·         More comfortable indoor environment

·         Improved indoor air quality

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·         Spraying underside of slate tiles, to hold tiles in place, to help insulation, to waterproof and stop condensation

·         Spraying wood or metal sheds for insulation and stopping condensation.

·         New build or renovation of old properties.

·         Spraying narrowboats

·         Insulating commercial & residential construction

·         Filling openings in boats & trailers

·         Spraying between stud walls, for insulation and soundproofing.

·         Converting vans & buses

·         Cold storage warehouses

·         Insulating spas & hot tubs

·         Large surface coverage and large voids

·         Loft and/or Roof insulation

·         Stage & Set design

·         Buoyancy in boats

·         Filling blind cavities and narrow openings

·         Skateboard Ramps/Parks

·         Dormer Windows

Is Spray Foam the same as “sprayed in” or “blown-in” insulation?

“Sprayed in insulation” is a commonly searched phrase and usually refers to Spray Foam Insulation.  “Blown-in insulation” usually refers to blown-in cellulose, which is loose and lays on the attic floor, and is usually removed during the upgrade to spray foam. Other common search terms for spray foam insulation are foam types, polyurethane insulation, polyurethane foam, expanding foam, roof spray, dry foam, foam roofing, and spray insulation.

What is the R-Value of Spray Foam Insulation?

The R-Value varies depending on the depth of the application and the type of foam used.  The characteristic that makes spray foam the optimum solution for insulating is its ability to air seal the space in which it is applied.  Fiberglass, blown-in insulation, and cellulose may have a similar or higher r-value, but all of that is lost without a proper air seal.  Spray foam is the only insulation that provides a thermal, air, and moisture barrier all in one application, making it superior to other insulation options.

If my house floods, is my Forticel Mold Prevention warranty voided?

No!  In fact, Forticel Mold Prevention carries the only warranty that remains in place in the event of a flood or moisture intrusion.  Other mold prevention products remain valid as long as the treated surface does not get wet.


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