Spray foam insulation will provide you with significant savings on your energy bill compared to conventional types of insulation. Less energy consumption means lower energy bills. Spray foam insulation pays for itself in energy savings within three to five years!
Will Not Sag or Settle
Fiberglass insulation can sag or settle over time and create gaps that effect energy efficiency of a home’s insulation. Spray foam won’t sag, shift or degenerate and will perform throughout the life of your home.
Does Not Promote Mold Growth
Mold is an increasing concern, most homebuyers assume that mold does not grow on conventional insulation material; this is a fairly true statement. However, it grows on the organic debris that becomes trapped in these products. Spray foam does not promote mold growth.
Stops Air and Moisture Infiltration
Closed-cell spray foam insulation helps keep the indoor humidity at a level for which the growth of mildew and allergens can be minimized. Reducing moisture and controlling humidity can also add years to the life expectancy of a home.