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Why Spray Foam?

 Good For Your Money.

 High Energy Efficiency

As much as 40% of a building's energy is lost due to air infiltration. Spray foam performs as both insulation and an air sealant, or air barrier, filling gaps and stoping the leaks in many areas of a home or building. It offers as much as 50% better insulation than traditional insulation products.

 Save Utility Biills

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star program estimates that by adding insulation and sealing air leaks, you could save up to 20% on your monthly energy bills.* It helps to save your energy cost for heating and cooling.

 Indefinite Lifespan

SPF( Spray Polyurethane Foam ) will last the life of the building. As an inert, long lasting polymer, its ability to reduce heat and cooling loss is constant. The long term benefits make it a cost effective investment.

 Good For Your Health.

 Reduce Airborne Allergy

By producing an airtight house, it keeps pollen, dust, and dirt out and reduces mold and carbonmonoxide that can cause allergies, asthma, and certain chemical sensitivities, resulting in improving the air quality.

 Soy based products

Traditional spray foam can contain toxic VOCs and some open cell types are carcinogens. Additionally, most spray foams are fire and moisture resistant. Soy-based spray foam does the same job as its older toxic cousin by sealing your home and saving on your energy bill.

 Good For Your House / building.

 Improve moisture control

Spray foam insulation protects against moisture, which provides the benefit of reducing the chance of harmful mold and mildew. Eliminating mold growth reduces the likelihood of rotting wood in a home, and allergic reactions to mold spores.

 Reduce noise

Spray Foam can help reduce noise transfer and sound penetration.

 Strengthen the building structure

Spray Foam adds structural strength to walls and ceilings.

 Protect from pests

Spray Foam adds structural strength to walls and ceilings.

* Methodology for Estimated Energy Savings from Cost-Effective Air Sealing and Insulating (http://www.energystar.gov/)