AccuSeal Spray Foam Insulation

If you’re thinking about insulating your home or adding it to a new construction project, AccuSeal Spray Foam is an excellent option. It provides a more thorough energy solution than fiberglass batts or cellulose, sealing drafts and blocking hot and cold spots, including the space around light fixtures, electrical outlets, door frames, and window frames. It also insulates rim joists, attics, and crawl spaces.

Environmentally Friendly Insulation Solutions

Spray foam is available in open and closed-cell types, the difference between them being how much air and moisture can pass through the tiny pockets of foam. Closed cell insulation has cells that are, as the name suggests, closed and pressed together, creating a stiffer, more rigid material than open foam. The type of spray insulation your contractor installs will depend on your budget, climate zone, and the specific details of the project.

Whether you choose open or closed cell spray foam, your installer will use a special rig with a computerized mix that ensures the insulation is mixed correctly. Some brands of spray foam, such as Lapolla’s Insulthane and HandiFoam High Density, have a low GWP blowing agent that significantly reduces the chemical’s global warming potential.

Before beginning the insulation installation, the crew will clear the area that needs to be sprayed. Then they’ll spray a coating of polyurethane foam over the existing or raw surface. It will expand into the nooks and crannies, providing an excellent amount of insulation.

AccuSeal Spray Foam
27 N Main St, Newport, NY 13416, United States