Advantages of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray Pro Insulation is a highly versatile material that can be used in many different applications. It is an insulator that is made by combining two composite materials – polyurethane and isocyanate. The chemical reaction of these ingredients causes the mixture to expand upon application to an open cavity, then efficiently hardens into a seamless, energy-efficient barrier that keeps air out and heat in. This insulation is also pliable and light enough to conform to the unique design of any structure.

The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation for Your Home and Business

Homeowners should know that spray foam insulation does off-gas, but only while it is curing. This process takes 1-3 days and involves the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). It’s best to have occupants of the house away during this time, but it isn’t essential. The vapors can be irritating to the respiratory system.


While fiberglass and cellulose insulation can provide a good R-value, spray foam insulation can achieve up to an R-value of 7. This means it is more efficient at resisting the flow of heat, making your home more comfortable. This explains why spray foam is often recommended by builders, contractors and architects.

Another advantage of spray foam is that it can be installed over existing insulation and won’t lose its R-value over time. This is because it creates a continuous air barrier, keeping cold outside air from seeping into the house. This type of insulation is also an excellent choice for new construction or pole barns where the walls are unfinished.

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