What You Can Expect
Traditional insulation may be just that, traditional, but spray foam has a variety of added benefits that can add life and value to your property. Our team can evaluate your current property inspecting the attic, basement, garage or exterior walls.
Is your property new construction? Let us come inspect prior to the drywall being installed and assess whether spray foam on the interior walls can provide cost savings for you in the long run by improving energy efficiency.
Improved indoor air quality, better structural integrity, additional barriers to the elements, and longer life for your property are just a few of the benefits of switching from traditional insulation to spray foam.
How It Works
Benefits of Using Spray Foam Insulation
Better Indoor Air Quality
Sounds unusual that spray foam could help with air quality, right? As Tennessee and Georgia residents you know how much allergens and pollen in spring and fall can wreak havoc on your quality of life. This can now be reduced indoors by filling the cracks that develop over time and therefore minimizing entry points for allergens to affect the indoor air quality.
Effective Moisture Barrier
Keep moisture out and improve the longevity of your property’s structure. The foam infiltrates and fills the tiny crevices that could let outdoor moisture in and cause problems that you don't want to have to deal with.
PLUS, even if the spray foam gets wet from storm damage or a plumbing issue, it remains strong! Unlike traditional insulation that would need to be ripped out and replaced after getting wet, making your water problem even bigger, spray foam remains intact!
Noise Reduction & Temperature Control
When applied to indoor walls prior to drywall installation, spray foam can pull double duty with all of the above benefits as well as reducing noise between rooms.
Additionally, the added barrier inside will help regulate the temperature from one room to another by providing an even level of insulation that is often not achieved with traditional materials, leading to higher energy bills.
Schedule An Inspection
Every project starts with a complimentary inspection to assess the property so we can recommend the right solution for your specific situation.