spray foam insulation
Open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation will help to permanently insulate and air seal your business or home for as long as the building is standing. The material is great for soundproofing meeting rooms or houses and preventing heat loss. We fill every cavity with this expanding foam, so no holes are left, providing you with superior thermal, and air sealing.
open cell polyurethane
Open cell spray foam is an excellent insulation choice because it offers maximum air sealing capabilities. It is a great option for soundproofing houses and offices when installed in walls and floors because it effectively absorbs sound waves. Open cell spray foam is highly expansive and can effectively seal all cracks, gaps, and joints with a single application.
Closed Cell Polyurethane
Closed cell spray foam is also an excellent thermal insulation option and greatly reduces vapor transmission. Because of the versatility of closed cell insulation, it is a perfect insulation for metal structures, pole barns, basements, crawlspaces, and attics. This type of insulation is a more dense spray foam that provides more insulation value with less volume.
blown-in cellulose insulation
Cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly option because it is made up of 80% recycled newspaper, and although it is made of paper, a fire retardant coating is applied to reduce flammability. It is an excellent soundproofing and thermal insulation. The higher density of cellulose insulation makes for an air-tight seal, second only to spray foam insulation.
Blown-In and Batt Fiberglass Insulation
Made primarily of very fine glass fibers, blown fiberglass insulation and batt fiberglass insulation are the most commonly used products in the industry. Comprised of small glass bundles, fiberglass insulation is a lightweight and cost effective means of limiting both thermal changes and sound transmission in walls, ceilings, attics, and crawl spaces.
air, thermal, and vapor barrier coatings
These fireproofing, air barrier, and vapor barrier coatings are available to add extra protection on top of new or old insulation.
air barrier systems
used to stop the movement of air into or out of the material, most often to control environments between air conditioned and non-air conditioned spaces.
Vapor Barrier Systems
used to stop vapor through a material. A crawl space vapor barrier and basement vapor barrier is often needed in homes because of their damp nature.
thermal barrier systems
a non-toxic intumescent spray that protects a material against thermal exposure. Thermal insulation coatings are available for commercial insulation.
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