Spray Foam Insulation
Foam insulation provides the benefits of both insulating
and sealing air leaks which prevents conditioned air from escaping the
Foam insulation is applied as a liquid and expands in seconds to fill a space, including any cracks and crevices that can allow air to escape.
Building codes in Wisconsin require use of close-cell spray foam. With closed-cell foam, all the tiny foam cells are closed and packed together. They are filled with a gas that helps the foam rise and expand and become a greater insulator. These cells can be formulated to obtain many characteristics, the most common being size and density.
Closed-cell spray foam insulation delivers a higher R-value, greater structural integrity and greater resistance to the leakage of air or water vapor than open-cell spray foam.
There are many options ways to use foam insulation. It can be used:
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