Why Choose AccuSeal Spray Foam Insulation

An AccuSeal Spray Foam contractor can provide you with the energy-efficient, comfortable, and quiet home you deserve.

Spray foam insulation has become more popular in recent years due to its ability to reduce energy costs, as well as sealing the cracks and crevices that allow air and pests to enter your home. However, spray foam insulation is comprised of a mixture of chemicals and can off-gas volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during both the application process and while it is curing. This can result in poor indoor air quality.

Unlike fiberglass or cellulose, spray foam insulation provides excellent coverage by expanding in place. A professional technician is able to point a gun into a tight space, spray the product and watch it expand in place. This is a much faster and more cost-effective method than installing fiberglass or cellulose insulation, and ensures a full, even coverage.

Exploring Spray Foam Insulation: How It Works and Why It’s Effective

In addition to its effective air sealing qualities, spray foam insulation also provides an additional benefit: it prevents moisture from entering the building envelope. This can be a problem with other insulation types, which can lead to mold and mildew and rot. However, spray foam insulation is water resistant and helps prevent these issues by preventing moisture from penetrating the building materials or vapor from escaping the structure.

The primary type of spray foam insulation is open cell. Open cell spray foam uses air or carbon dioxide as the propellant, which is less harmful to the environment than closed-cell spray foam products that use propane or butane as the propellant. Open-cell spray foam also has a smaller environmental footprint because it doesn’t need as much ventilation.

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