Does spray foam insulation have building code approvals?
What is the difference between vented and unvented attics?
What is the difference between open cell and closed cell spray foam?
How does spray foam insulation save money when compared to fiberglass or cellulose?
SPF insulates and air-seals to control unwanted random air leakage – which traditional cellulose and fiberglass insulation can’t do without the use of extra sealing materials. Traditional insulations can also leave gaps and seams around electrical boxes or light fixtures (compromising performance), but SPF fits perfectly around all detailing for a complete air-seal.
While the initial cost of installing SPF maybe higher than other traditional insulation, homeowners are able to save more money per month to more than make up for this difference. SPF can reduce heating/cooling costs (compared to traditional insulations) by up to 50%. SPF can also save money by way of a reduction in the required sizing of the HVAC unit.
The result is a healthier and more efficient home.
Will spray foam insulation stay in place?
How long does spray foam last?
Is spray foam considered an air barrier?
Does spray foam insulation aid in the growth of mold?
How is spray foam insulation installed?
How does spray foam insulation control moisture movement and condensation?
What is the flame spread and smoke development of spray foam insulation?