You made your decision. You decided to have your home insulated with open cell spray foam. You called Rose Spray Foam to understand the benefits of having this in your home, and you were given a laundry list supporting your choice. At Rose Spray Farm, we can offer you the option of open-cell foam, or low-density polyurethane foam spray to insulate your home. We use open-cell spray foam as a barrier for sealing air and as a continuation of insulation in a given area. This is a lightweight spray foam that only weighs one-half of a pound. Don’t let the foam’s weight fool you though, for it is really strong. It is very soft and flexible, and along with its open-cell composition, it has the ability to assist with sound absorption.
Other advantages include bi-directional drying and it accommodates long term creep and seasonal movement. When our technicians apply open-cell spray foam insulation to your home, it will dry in both directions so that it can conform and stay intact faster. The faster the spray foam insulation dries, the stronger it works. Open-cell spray foam insulation can also oblige the slow and steady buildup that may try to penetrate the insulation (creep), and it can adapt to the possible deformation that could occur within the foam by shifting in position (seasonal movement). Mold does not have the sustainability to stay around long-term within open-cell spray foam insulation. Although the foam can establish a higher thermal resistance (R-value) in open areas. The higher the thermal resistance value is, the more powerful the insulation is. There are not a lot of resources needed to insulate your home with open-cell spray foam. Just the Rose Spray Foam spray foam specialist and the spray foam is all that is needed to complete the job.
When we use open-cell spray foam for home insulation, it can be applied at different measures of pressure. Because the low-density foam can be sprayed in attics (whether vented or unvented), in walls, in ceiling ducts, and in crawl spaces, its pressure can be administered at either a high or low level as a two-component polyurethane spray foam.
The high pressure, two-component polyurethane spray foam seals off air and insects from penetrating an area while tightly attaching itself to it. This prevents the foam from sagging out of its position. It is also good for insulating and weatherizing your home.
The low pressure, two-component polyurethane spray foam on the other hand, can be used as a coating around ducts, wiring, pipes, roofing repairs, and rim joists. It basically adds to previously installed insulation as gaps, seams, and small openings can be filled. This minimizes the opportunity for air and moisture to entering in and circulating inside of your home.
Let our spray foam specialists insulate your home with open-cell spray foam at a cost-effective price. We guarantee that not only will you be satisfied with our services, you will recommend our services to your family and friends!