Condensation Prevention

Prevent Condensation With Spray-On Foam Insulation

Is your metal building sweating? Spray-On Foam and Coatings can help. We’ve been serving Oregon and Washington Spray Foam on a Metal Buildingsince 1973. Our expert staff can apply spray-on insulation to any type of metal building. We know how to properly mix and apply foam insulation because we’ve been doing it for more than 40 years. We’ll get the job done right, on budget and on time.

Spray Foam Insulation Protects Your Assets

Metal buildings are durable and practical, but if they aren’t built with the right amount of insulation and ventilation, humidity can develop on the inside. Spraying foam insulates metal buildings, eliminating the risk that condensation will damage your property.

Condensation within pole buildings, shops, storage sheds and other types of metal buildings causes damage. If your metal building has a moisture problem, you’ll want to get it under control quickly.

Spray-foam insulation controls the humidity that leads to the following types of damage in commercial, agricultural and residential metal buildings:

  • Rust and corrosion.
  • Mold, mildew and allergens that could pose health risks.
  • Insect and pest infestation.
  • Poor indoor air quality that may be hazardous to people and animals.
  • Water damage to equipment and property caused by dripping ceilings and walls.

How Does Spraying Foam Stop Condensation?

A metal building with inadequate insulation and ventilation is prone to sweating. Using a heater or installing a heating system in an existing metal building sometimes leads to condensation problems.

Warm air rises. The air may be carrying moisture. When warm, moist air reaches a cold, uninsulated ceiling, water condenses on the metal surface. Condensed water drips from the ceiling and runs down the walls.

Spray-On Foam stops the moisture cycle in your metal building. We spray a light layer of foam to control condensation. As little as an inch of foam may be all that’s needed to warm metal ceilings and walls to stop moisture from forming.

Spraying on more foam, about 2 inches, keeps the building warmer for a more comfortable environment. After the foam is applied, we apply additional treatments to prevent fire and provide thermal protection.

Our crew is knowledgeable and reliable. Protect your investment with Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington’s most reliable spray-foam installers. Call us today or use our online form to get a free estimate.

Spray-on Foam & Coatings Vancouver WA


Spray On Foam & Coatings, Inc
21919 NE 72nd Ave
Battle Ground, WA 98604

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