Desert Spray Foam Insulation

The air barrier and attic insulation qualities of spray foam make it an ideal choice for insulating new and existing homes, pole barns, commercial structures, and more. This material is able to fill in spaces and crevices that are often left unfilled with other insulation products, increasing the overall R-value and decreasing home energy costs. Additionally, unlike other types of insulation, spray foam doesn’t lose its shape or droop over time.

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Another benefit of spray foam is that it can stop moisture from passing through the walls and ceilings, keeping these areas from becoming damp and humid. This can decrease the need for dehumidifiers and air conditioners to run, which can significantly reduce your energy usage.

When you work with a spray foam insulation contractor, they’ll understand how this product works and will ensure that your home or business is properly insulated and that the R-value is maximized. They’ll also be able to help you choose the best density for your area, as different climates call for different product densities.

As spray foam is applied, it expands to several times its original size, sealing and insulating the space. Since it’s so dense, the spray foam is able to seal small cracks and holes and create an airtight seal, preventing the outside air from entering your home or business. It also prevents moisture from entering your home, stopping water damage in the attic and crawl space. Moreover, it prevents mold and mildew from forming.

Desert Spray Foaming
150 Fm 1429 Seminole, TX 79360