Polyurethane foam insulation has many advantages over fiberglass insulation, including ease of application, increased insulation values, and improved sound deadening properties, to name a few.
No matter your situation – a small machine shop or a large industrial facility – it’s important to get an estimate.
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There is a lot to think about when getting a spray foam insulation estimate. Spray foam costs can be affected by many things. Square footage of the building, the height of the walls, and what R-value is required by code are just a few things we consider.
The more information you can provide, the better. Of course, filling out the online form is just the beginning. While it will give us a good start, an onsite visit will present a more complete picture, and we can make suggestions on how to prepare for installation.
There are two options for spray foam: open cell and closed cell. The open cell product is lighter, flexible, and easier to work with.
Open cell spray foam also expands at a much higher rate than closed cell and is ideal for working around wiring or plumbing and filling small gaps.
Closed cell is much more durable, but not nearly as pliable and doesn’t expand as much as open cell foam. This would be good if the foam is exposed and might get bumped by tools or other activity, such as in a warehouse.
When considering the spray foam installation cost vs. fiberglass, there may be an initial cost difference. However, spray foam is healthier, quieter, and is more energy efficient than traditional insulation. Installation is much faster, too, allowing you to get back to work.