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SPF could save you money in the following ways:*
- Improved efficiency and reduced air loss could lower energy bills.
- Builders could install smaller HVAC systems, using fewer framing and roofing materials and employing one product that could provide three functions: insulator, air barrier and moisture barrier, which could lower construction costs.
- Spray foam offers home and building owners opportunities to lower maintenance costs on roofing systems.
- Homeowners, builders and architects may be able to qualify for tax incentives, rebates, grants or certifications.
1. Cooling and Heating Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation
One of the unique abilities of spray foams is getting into small cracks and crevices. Once the foam is applied directly into the cracks, it expands and dries quickly while blocking air and water. Foam insulation isn’t just a blockade for air and water, but for heat and cold as well. Depending on where you live, foam insulation can lower your heating and cooling bills. Even though foam insulation is more expensive than other types of insulation, it saves you money on bills in the long-term.
2. Noise Reduction
Have you ever wondered how the new neighborhood will be?
What if the neighbors aren’t a quiet, lovely couple in their 60s but instead young adults who party?
Open cell spray foam has the ability to significantly reduce noise. The open cells inside the foam minimize more noise than other types of insulation.
3. No More Pollen and Allergens into Your Building
One of the benefits of spray foam insulation is reducing the amount of pollen, or allergens that get through the walls. Due to the fact that the foam reaches cracks and crevices, the air cannot penetrate the walls, as it does with other types of insulation. By reducing the number of allergens that get into the building, you help those who suffer from allergies or respiratory conditions.Less air getting in, fewer sneezes. Offices insulated with spray foam insulation make workers happier and more productive. Insulation inside your home can save you money on medical bills too.
4. Prevents Bugs, Insects, and Small Rodents from Getting Into Your Home
The tiny holes in your building structure are an open invitation to ants, bugs, and small rodents. Fortunately, the small cracks and crevices can be filled with spray foam. Closed cell spray foam is your best bet if you are looking to create a barrier against the tiny intruders. Once the spray foam gets into the small crevices, it gets hard. A hard barrier deters rodents, and the insects. By keeping away insects and rodents, you are also reducing the chances of getting sick from rodent waste.
5. Prevents the Growth of Mold and Mildew
Both open cell and closed cell foam insulation prevent moisture from entering through the walls of your building. Even though both types of foam reduce the buildup of condensation, the closed cell spray foam works like a barrier against large quantities of water. The less water gets through your walls, the smaller the risk of developing health issues due to mold and mildew.
6. Increases the Sturdiness of Your Walls
Due to its density and hardness, closed cell insulation can actually strengthen the structure of your walls. Every building is built after a code that requires the walls to meet a minimum load bearing standard to hold the building together. However, the minimum standard doesn’t take mother nature into consideration. Strong winds, heavy snow, and earthquakes can be quite a challenge. One of the benefits of spray foam insulation is that it gets everywhere and it holds everything together as a strong glue. Insulating your attic with closed foam might save your roof during storms. The additional layer of protection to your walls can increase the value of your building.
7. It Lasts Longer
Fiberglass and Styrofoam insulation aren’t long-term solutions. Fiberglass sags and bunch, while Styrofoam breaks over the years. These types of insulation need to be replaced over time.On the other hand, spray foam insulation doesn’t sag or break over extended periods of time. Even though the initial investment is larger, spray foam saves you money in long-term.
I have some good news for those who are concerned with keeping their households “green”. Spray foam reduces energy consumption and protects your building against mold and mildew growth. Since it’s longer lasting than any other type of insulation, it consumes less materials.
Have Solar Panels in you commercial building? Consider a Spray Foam Roof!
Today, builders, architects, facility owners and contractors of commercial structures are all looking for ways to improve the performance of their buildings. Not only are many constructing more sustainably in general, but they are also focusing specifically on how to optimize their buildings for long-term energy savings, resistance against storms and weather events, and, ultimately to generate a good return on investment
For those who are trying to cut down on environmental impact, that means significantly reduced unwanted heat intrusion into your building. Spray foam roofs can be dozens of degrees cooler on a sunny day, and that means you’ll use less energy and double-down on your environmental savings!
Spray Foam Insulation and Solar panels Homes
Combined with a solar energy system, spray foam insulation will make your home or building a cutting-edge, green energy machine. Many utility companies also allow solar panel users to sell energy back into the grid. If your solar system produces more energy than you are using, you can make money! Spray foam insulation can play a key component in helping you reduce costs, earn money, and help protect the environment by using renewable energy.