AccuSeal Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam Insulation Contractor offers exceptional coverage and energy savings, as well as a strong air-sealing barrier that blocks convective heat transfer from the interior to the exterior of your home. This makes it an ideal choice for new construction projects, attics and crawl spaces, rim joists, and wall cavities. It is also a cost-effective option for retrofitting existing homes and commercial buildings.

The best type of spray foam insulation for your home depends on your needs and budget. Closed-cell spray foam is the more expensive choice, but it is physically stronger and does a better job of insulating than fiberglass batts per inch of thickness. It also provides a higher R-value and creates an effective vapor barrier. Open-cell spray foam is less expensive than closed-cell insulation, but it doesn’t seal gaps as well and has a lower R-value.

AccuSeal Spray Foam vs. Traditional Insulation: A Comparative Analysis

When choosing a spray foam installer, look for one that uses low-GWP blowing agents, which are more environmentally friendly than the hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) used in many products today. The CBC Marketplace investigation found that when spray foam is not installed properly, it off-gasses a foul fishy smell and can make you sick. It is important to have your installation done by a trained and certified professional, who follows strict health and safety standards.

It is recommended that homeowners who opt for spray foam insulation leave the house during the spraying and curing process, which can take 1-3 days. It is also a good idea to keep paperwork from your installation in case you decide to sell or refinance your home in the future. This will include independent test certificates that can assist your surveyor when assessing the work.

AccuSeal Spray Foam
27 N Main St, Newport, NY 13416, United States