Bryars Spray Foam Insulation

spray foam insulation is an effective and efficient option for new construction or existing home upgrades. It seals the air barrier to prevent warm and cool air loss, reduces drafts, and lowers energy costs. It also helps protect your home from pests and moisture.

There are two types of spray foam: open cell and closed cell. A certified spray foam installer can help you determine which is best for your project.

Health and Safety Considerations with Spray Foam Insulation

Open-cell spray foam has cells that aren’t fully encapsulated, which gives it a softer and more flexible material. Closed-cell spray foam is a harder and more rigid insulation.

Closed-cell spray foam is a better choice for areas where moisture and allergens are a concern, such as attics, crawl spaces, and rim joists in an existing home. It can also be used in new construction and pole barns.

The process of installing spray foam is a little different than traditional fiberglass and cellulose insulation, as there’s a bit more preparation. To begin, the crew will need to clean up the area where they’ll be working, removing any loose or damaged materials. Then, they’ll hose down the area to be sprayed.

After the spray insulation is applied, it will expand in place, filling nooks and crannies that would be impossible to reach with traditional materials. The result is a tight air barrier that will make your home more comfortable, increase its value, and help you save on your energy costs over time.

Bryars Spray Foam
Elrod, Alabama (Service area type of client)
(205) 576-5009

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