What is Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation?
SPF is a 2 part chemical system that is mixed on site and sprayed in place. Quite simply, it is "insulation plus sealant". As a rigid cellular plastic with over 95% closed cell content, Spray Polyurethane Foam acts as insulation, an air barrier and, in some cases, as a vapour barrier. Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation will cut energy costs and improve comfort levels in any building.

Why use spray foam insulation?
Airtight and durable, lower energy costs, does not promote mold, ideal for new or retrofit construction, enhanced building comfort. Click here for more info.

What are the properties of SPF?
• Continuous, seamless, no joints
• Can fill cracks, voids and holes
• Adheres to wood, metal, concrete, masonry, almost all plastics
• Doesn't settle

Benefits of Spray Foam
• spray foam outperforms fiber glass insulation
• often no additional vapour barrie is required, it acts as its own vapour barrier
• has a high R-Value of approximately 6.0 - 7.0 per 1 inch thickness
• stops air and moisture intrusion, reducing mold and mildew
• makes your home more comfortable
• saves on energy costs and lowers utility bills
• adds strength to the building structure
• helps keep dust and pollen out
• reduces maintenance and wear on HVAC equipment
• reduces airborne noise

What kind of Spray Foam do you use?
We are currently using 2lb medium density BASF WALLTITE® Insulation.

Technical Data:
WALLTITE is a one step process that provides a gap free, air tight, monolithic envelope of low permeability closed cell moisture resistant insulation, that adheres tenaciously to virtually all surfaces, smooth or irregular.
• Effective insulation material listed by CCMC # 12840-R
• Effective air barrier listed by CCMC # 12877-R
• Effective air barrier system listed by CCMC # 12932-R

Other Products
Radiant In-Floor Heating Systems
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