Don’t get left in the cold this year. Insulate your walls to ensure you and your family stay warm all winter with Spray Foam or Injection Foam.
WALL INSULATION FOR Closed Wall Cavities – INJECTION FOAM
Even if your exterior walls have sheetrock or plaster on the inside and wood, brick, vinyl, or aluminum siding on the outside, it’s not too late to add insulation to your walls. Chances are you have 2″x4″ or 2″x6″ framing and even if the walls were insulated with fiberglass batts during construction, there is only so much material that could fit in that wall space (typically R-11 to 13) and those fiberglass batts have deteriorated over time, to an R value of 1 to 4.
We recommend Tripolymer Injection Foam Insulation, typically injected from the outside of your home. Tripolymer works alone or right alongside your existing wall insulation, because it compresses any old deteriorated insulation in the wall cavity. With R-Values of about 4.8 per inch, Tripolymer can take the insulation R value in your exterior walls from an R-2 or 3 to an R-17 or more, depending upon the wall framing size. How do we install from the exterior? See our process or watch our video to see how it’s done.
WALL INSULATION FOR Open Wall Cavities – SPRAY FOAM
For new, unfinished walls found in new construction and renovations, the most effective insulation on the market today is open or closed cell spray foam insulation which can provide an air and vapor barrier, improve air quality and deliver significant insulating (R value) in your walls. Visit our spray foam product page to see the many benefits of spray foam insulation in your walls.
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