While batts sag and loose-fill settles, SPF stays in place. When it is sprayed into place, it expands and fills all of the cracks and crevices of your home. Binding itself to the walls and becoming firm, it can even add structural support.
All of those cracks that are have filled no longer leak air. Both open and closed cell foam completely block air. Other traditional products have loose weaves, much like a sweater, that allow air to pass. This difference in allowed heat transfer is why SPF’s new construction insulation has a higher R-value than any other material.
By sealing your home from heat transfer, you’re looking forward to a more comfortable environment. Your conditioned air will stay inside your home and at a more consistent temperature throughout the year. This means that your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard to keep up with fluctuations. This is where you’ll get your primary savings.
Energy Efficient New Construction Insulation
But you’ll also save by needing HVAC repairs and replacement less often. With the system running as it was intended rather than overtime to compensate for heat transfer, it can prevent excessive repairs and an early replacement. And unlike with other materials, you’ll never have to replace the SPF. As an experienced new construction insulation contractor, we can provide you with thorough coverage that will garner unmatched savings.
iFoam has been a new construction insulation company long enough to establish a great reputation. As a mainstay in the community, we look forward to providing you with a free estimate and great service. Our installation is fast and we stay in line with your construction schedule. Because it can increase the value of your home, SPF insulation is an investment you want to make. Call now!