Spray Foam Insulation

Reese_Services-_Spray_Foam_Insulation.jpgSpray foam insulation is the newest method of insulating attics and building structures in place of fiberglass. The foam material is made of a two-component mixture of isocyanate and polyol resin. It is applied with a spray gun and forms a foam that expands as it is sprayed onto surfaces. 

    • The US Department of Energy estimates that up to 70% of your heating and cooling costs can be attributed to a leaky house.
    • Insulating your home can help get a larger tax return when filing. It’s under the new Go Green write off.
    • The American Lung Association uses spray foam to aid in the elimination of dust, pollen, mold spores, and humidity.
    • Spray foam can save you up to 50% off your utility bill.
    • Spray foam acts as a double wall to help protect against winds and storms.
    • Moisture will not penetrate your insulation.
    • Most attics are 120 degrees in the summer and 20 degrees during the winter; however,with spray foam insulation in your attic, it stays between 75 and 80 degrees all year round
    • You should insulate your home before installing new heating and cooling systems so that you can scale the systems to the efficiency of your house, saving more energy and money.
    • Foam insulation has greater environmental impact than other types of insulations. 
    • Tax Energy Credit Information
    • Energy Rebate Information
    • We offer a lifetime warranty on labor and materials. 

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