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Desert Spray Foaming Explains Spray Foam Insulation

The spray insulation experts at Desert Spray Foaming have seen firsthand the benefits of using spray foam in Phoenix homes. This product seals your home more effectively than fiberglass or cellulose and can significantly reduce your energy costs. It does this by preventing air leakage, keeping your indoor temperatures stable and saving you money on heating and cooling bills.

Residential Spray Foam Insulation: Enhancing Home Comfort

In order to be effective, spray foam insulation needs to be applied correctly by an experienced installer. Unlike other insulating materials, which are often blown or placed in gaps and cracks, spray foam is applied on-site. This creates a strong bond with the structure to which it’s installed, making it more resilient to wind uplift and damage sustained during high winds.

Spray foam is made of two composite materials, polyurethane and isocyanate, which are sprayed at the same time from the tip of a spray gun. They react to expand and harden on contact, creating a dense air and vapor barrier that provides superior insulation.

This type of insulation has the added benefit of reducing noise. Since the foam’s open cells don’t completely encapsulate each other, they are softer and more flexible than closed cell foam.

Spray foam can be expensive to install. However, the installation process is much quicker than other insulators and it will pay for itself over time through reduced energy costs and improved comfort. The cost of a spray foam project can also be mitigated by opting for low-GWP blowing agents, which have a lower global warming potential (GWP) than carbon dioxide on a per kilo basis.

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150 Fm 1429 Seminole, TX 79360

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