Benefits of Open Cell Foam
One of the biggest benefits of open cell foam is that it expands so much after it has been applied, meaning it can insulate hard to reach nooks and crannies in a home. These types of areas can be hard to insulate with closed cell foam. Open cell foam is excellent for soundproofing where a single application can completely fill the area between studs.
Open cell foam is also much more affordable than closed cell foam, however this foam won’t insulate a house as well as closed cell foam, so it’s not ideal for locations with extreme weather temperatures.
Insulate and seal your whole house with energy-saving, high-density, spray polyurethane foam (SPF). The most cost-efficient time to insulate walls, ceilings, and attics is prior to the installation of Sheetrock. Contacting us for a free estimate is the first step towards going green and making your home or business more environmentally friendly.
Closed Cell Insulation
Benefits of Closed Cell Foam Closed cell foam is the best choice for robust insulating where space is an issue, as it can achieve 2x the R-Value of open cell inside a standard wall. Its rigid nature also adds to the structural integrity of the building. The closed cell also acts as a vapor barrier, so water and moisture will be less likely to get inside the home, and the foam itself is unharmed by water damage.