Spray polyurethane foam eliminates unwanted air leakage by sealing gaps, cracks and holes in the building envelope, improving energy efficiency and durability. Controlling air infiltration can reduce tenant complaints by providing a safer, healthier, more comfortable indoor environment.
What Can Spray Foam be Used For?
To reinforce brick and masonry buildings against earthquakes, spray foam can be directly applied into wall cavities. The urethane bonds to the interior wall surfaces and when it hardens, it can protect earthquake-prone buildings from crumbling during seismic activity.
Spray-foam insulation controls humidity levels in both residential and commercial buildings that often lead to rust, corrosion, mold, mildew and water damage if left untreated.
For wooden items like custom furniture, antiques, and musical instruments, proper insulation for storage is a must, as changes in temperature can cause them to warp, split or even crack. Buildings that have been treated with spray foam insulation can insulate up to 50% more effective than those with traditional products.
Spray foam insulation topped by a protective coating is ideal for commercial fishing boats and other marine vessels. The insulation ensures the hold stays cold. It keeps ice from melting so your products remain at the correct temperature.
Spray foam provides a seamless barrier, filling cracks and easily conforming to the curves and angles of the tank. It reduces energy costs and the frequency of tank repairs while maintaining temperature.
Spray foam forms a monolithic, self-flashing surface when applied to roofs that effectively seals against leaks, cracks, and holes. The foam also serves as an energy-saving barrier to the sun’s rays, effectively lowering utility costs.
Commonly used in offices and restaurants, spray foam can help control sound levels from the inside the building and mask sound coming from outside the building.
Beyond our traditional offerings, we also produce specialty coatings to perfectly serve the unique needs of your next project. These coatings can handle special projects, from water tanks to ductwork and decorative ponds.
No matter what your next project is, we have a large selection of spray foam products you can choose from to ensure that you get the job done right the first time.
Single-ply roofs can be treated with a special spray foam when they’re first installed to prevent wear. They can also be recoated to repair and prevent damage. When you restore a single-ply roof with an acrylic or urethane coating, you’ll save substantially over the price of replacement.