There are many advantages to using spray foam insulation in your home or business. Besides getting much better insulation per inch of material, and saving tons of money on heating bills, did you know that spray foam can actually save you money during construction?

While it may not seem like it because spray foam carries a higher materials price tag, its ease of installation and structural reinforcement/sealing properties can actually dramatically cut down on the cost, and time, of your insulation project.

So what are the other benefits of spray foam? Well, we already mentioned that it’s a much better insulator. In fact, it can save more than 50% on your heating and cooling bills, as this case study shows. With that much in savings, most spray-foam insulation jobs pay for themselves in just a couple of years.

It’s also incredibly tough and resilient, and great at keeping out moisture. How great? Well, it survived the worst natural disaster in US history mostly intact, and has been keeping cooling costs low at Texas A&M for over 30 years.

Other benefits include:

Creates a permanent seal against moisture, dust, allergens, insects, and rodents. Fiberglass, on the other hand, makes a great home for mice, moisture AND allergens.

Spray foam is permanent. It won’t sag, it won’t shrink, it won’t need to be replaced or refilled in a few decades.
Unlike fiberglass, spray foam actually makes your home or business stronger, and adds another layer of support.

Give us a call and let us give you a bid on your insulation project. The bid process is incredibly easy and hassle-free: we’ll come to your site, get the measurements we need, and then send you our bid by email or regular mail, whichever you prefer. In some cases, we can even take measurements over the phone and give you a faster estimate.