Kris Chandler has been in the construction industry for many years with a focus on building science and insulation. Kris has worked extensively with all types of insulation and deeply feels spray foam insulation is the future of the industry.
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Is Spray Foam Insulation a Good Choice?
New to spray foam? Looking to understand exactly how it works within a home?
Learn more about the truths behind some common myths, and the evolution of this energy saving, innovative insulation by watching below
Spray Foam is so much more than insulation…
It’s a game changer.
- Lower Your Energy Bills
- Healthier Indoor Air Environment
- Strengthen Your Home
- Excellent Soundproofing Qualities
- Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
- Environmentally Friendly
- Reduce Damage From Wind-Driven Rain
- Eliminate Cold or Hot Rooms
- Eliminate Wood Floor Cupping
- Gain Valuable Storage Space
- Reduce Dust, Pollen, & Airborne Pollutants
- Eliminate Pest & Insect Intrusion
- Lower Your Insurance Costs
- Raise Your Home Appraisal Value
If your home was a boat, would it float? Or would the many window, door and other air-leak gaps cause it to sink? Air leaks allow uninvited hot and cold air into your home, which can represent up to 15% of your energy bill.
Want to save up to 40% on your energy bill? With our open and closed cell spray foam insulation, energy savings is a reality, along with improved indoor air quality and equalized temperatures across your home.
Old insulation is almost useless. Most old houses lose up to 30% of their climate controlled air (hot or cold) every day due to insufficient insulation. Just replacing your old fiberglass or blown-in cellulose insulation can save you money.