Spray Foam Insulation

Insulation Contractor is a very versatile product that can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used to insulate buildings and seal cracks and gaps making them more energy efficient and comfortable. It can also be used for repair and maintenance projects around the home and office. Spray foam insulation has a high R-Value and is highly water-resistant. Spray foam can be installed in new construction, attics, crawl spaces, rim joists, and in existing homes, commercial structures, pole barns, and vans.

When spray foam is applied it expands rapidly, filling in cracks and crevices and creating a solid insulation layer. The chemical reaction between the two components produces a gas that makes the foam expand to several times its original size. It hardens after a few minutes and is then ready to use.

Professional spray foam installers work on large rigs that hold the two canisters of spray foam and their mixing equipment. This ensures that the foam is mixed correctly and is at the correct temperature. It takes a bit of practice to learn how much foam to spray but as you do, your efficiency increases.

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Spray foam requires personal protective equipment, including a respirator. While the end result is very safe, the process is messy and a little dangerous. Professionals make sure that they follow strict guidance on proper safety and cleaning techniques to minimize exposure during the job and for an appropriate period afterward.

Spraytech Insulators
“N4310 Ebbe Acres Dr
Waupaca, WI 54981”