Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation is a popular choice for homeowners looking to increase their home’s energy efficiency and comfort. Like any other building material, it has its pros and cons – but it can provide significant benefits when used properly in new construction homes.

The best way to determine if this type of insulation is right for you is to speak with a professional installer and discuss your goals for your home. They can advise you on the costs, health, and environmental considerations of spray foam insulation.

Spray Foam Insulation vs. Traditional Insulation: Which is Right for You?

If you’re interested in DIY, there are spray insulation kits available for homeowners confident in their skill set and willing to tackle the project themselves. However, it’s important to know that achieving consistent coverage and expansion can be challenging without the proper training. Additionally, this type of insulation can impact the resale value of your property if it isn’t installed correctly or is contaminated by toxins.

Spray insulation is created on-site and must be cured, which creates off-gasses. When these fumes are inhaled, they can cause a variety of symptoms, including headaches, eye irritation, and respiratory distress. To avoid these effects, it’s recommended that homeowners stay out of their homes during the spraying and curing process.

Fortunately, many spray foam insulators have begun to transition from HFCs to low-GWP blowing agents. Currently, some open and closed cell products use these lower-GWP materials, such as BASF Walltite CM01 and Genyk Boreal Nature.

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation
5190 West 750 South, Rossville, IN 46065