Insulation is a crucial component of the building envelope, and is an effective means to create a tight, energy efficient home or commercial space. It is important to choose the right type of insulation for your project. One option is spray foam, which helps achieve high performance levels and meets stringent code requirements in New York and New Jersey. Source:

Why Choose Quality Insulation for Spray Foam Installation?

Spray foam is a liquid that expands when applied to the surface it touches, filling in gaps and nooks and creating a custom air seal. It also offers design flexibility and creative freedom, fitting hard-to-reach areas or complicated structures. Spray insulation can be used to insulate new construction homes, pole barns, sheds, and other residential and commercial structures.

As spray foam insulation is installed, it becomes a durable and long-lasting barrier against the elements, helping to maintain an even temperature throughout the structure. It is ideal for attics, crawl spaces, basement rim joists, overhangs (or cantilevers), knee walls and bonus rooms.

Unlike fiberglass or cellulose insulation, spray foam does not shift or thin over time and can be installed in places where other materials are not practical. In addition, it reduces the transfer of moisture and vapor from indoor to outdoor spaces, minimizing mold and mildew growth and protecting the integrity of the building envelope.

Spray foam can also offer allergy relief, since it is part of a health-promoting air barrier that reduces sources of mold, allergens and other pollutants like dust and pollen. This can lead to a happier, healthier living space with less congestion and less need for antihistamines.
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