Thinking about which type of home insulation is best to lower heating and cooling costs? Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation is truly the best choice. For almost a decade we have been a trusted and recommended spray foam insulation installer in Alabama.

There’s a reason why more residential properties choose insulating with spray polyurethane foam.
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Spray Foam Home Insulation

Many newer homes insulate with spray foam because of its comfort and energy-saving benefits. Homeowners are also retrofitting their home insulation with this material. It’s installed in attics, walls, and crawl spaces. Builders and homeowners enjoy the added comfort of spray foam as well as the savings it provides on utility bills. Our company shows you all the benefits during the inspection.

SPF provides the best air barrier to insulate walls, ceiling cavities, and floors from air movement. It’s also effective around electrical outlets, light fixtures, and window or door enclosures.

Spray foam home insulation into any open cavity, including attics, basements, crawl spaces, and rim joists. It’s applied anywhere there is an open area that is accessible. It never sags or loses its shape. It does not compress or settle over time. Its durability is just another reason it’s the best option for residential insulation needs.

Attic Insulation

Spray foam is a great choice for insulating attics. It’s installed on the floors or on rafters up there. If your HVAC units are in your attic, installing SPF on your rafters makes great sense. This way, your units operate within the sealed envelope of your home insulation, leading to a more efficient operation of your heating and cooling systems.

There are other advantages to having spray foam on your attic rafters. When SPF is sprayed on your rafters, your attic temperature is kept much the same as that in your house. The foam barrier also provides protection against moisture. If your rafters are insulated, there is no need for roof vents.

It’s less expensive installing spray foam on your attic floor. It will involve covering less overall square footage, which translates into a cheaper installation cost. You will still need roof vents if you use spray foam on your floors.

We provide spray foam home insulation in Alabama, serving Prattville, Montgomery, Auburn, Dothan, Enterprise, Mobile, Gulf Shores, Birmingham, Gadsden, Huntsville and all of the southeastern United States.