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Spray Foam Insulation FAQ: Your Ultimate Guide

Discover In-Depth Answers to Common Spray Foam Questions

Are you curious about the world of spray foam insulation? Seeking clarity on its benefits, applications, costs, or installation process? Look no further! In our comprehensive Spray Foam Insulation FAQ guide, we provide detailed answers to the most common questions that property owners, builders, and environmentally-conscious individuals often have. 

Whether you’re considering spray foam insulation for your home, business, or agricultural space, this resource will equip you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions and harness the full potential of this remarkable insulation solution. Explore our FAQs and gain valuable insights into the world of spray foam insulation.

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How much does spray foam cost? How much money will I save?2023-10-12T19:12:03+00:00

Spray foam is generally 2.5 to 3 times the cost of traditional fiberglass insulation, with a typical payback period of 3 to 5 years. The life cycle assessment sponsored by SPFA offers detailed analysis of several examples, including both residential and commercial applications.

Why should I use spray foam?2023-10-12T19:11:27+00:00

Spray foam insulation creates a new type of building envelope, with the insulation and air barrier on the same plane, changing the way buildings work and offering several key benefits including energy savings, better indoor air quality and improved comfort.

What makes it different than traditional insulation like fiberglass?2023-10-12T19:10:56+00:00

For over 50 years, traditional insulation like fiberglass has been measured by one attribute, R-value. Due to the way R-value is tested, it only measures heat transfer by touch, or conduction. On the other hand, spray foam has an impact on all three forms of heat transfer, conduction, convection and radiation.
Conduction – performance is based on physical R-value
Convection – spray foam provides an air barrier, reducing heat transfer by air movement
Radiation – when installed under a radiant surface, such as a hot roof, the interior surface temperature is significantly lowered, thus lowering the radiant heat load

What is spray foam insulation?2023-10-12T19:09:24+00:00

Spray foam insulation is a micro-cellular plastic made from two components, an isocyanate and a polyol-based, resin blend. When mixed together they are applied as a liquid adhesive and expand in place to create an insulation and air barrier system.

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