Spray foam insulation can be sprayed on walls, ceilings, attics, and other areas in a home or building. It can expand to fill in crevices and nooks that would be hard to reach with other forms of insulation. This product has many benefits for homeowners, including reduced energy costs.

The air seal that this product creates can significantly reduce the amount of electricity that is needed to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. This is because it prevents warm air from escaping during the winter and cold air from seeping in during the summer. This will also cut down on the amount of time that your heating and cooling system runs. The upfront investment that you make in this product will be recouped in lower utility bills.

Using Spray Foam Insulation in New Construction vs. Retrofit Projects

Another benefit of this product is that it helps to improve indoor air quality. The foam insulation keeps polluted outdoor air out of a home or business, which can help with allergies and asthma. It also stops draughts and moisture from entering the building, which can lead to mold growth and damage.

While spray foam insulation can be purchased for DIY projects, it is often more cost effective to hire a professional to complete the installation. The professionals will be able to ensure that the spray foam insulation is properly sprayed and that it expands properly. They will also be able to identify any issues with the structure of the home and address these problems accordingly. They can also advise you on which products will work best in your situation.

Traketon Insulation LLC
Cheyenne, WY
(307) 941-0905