What is Spray Foam?
Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is a spray-applied plastic that can form a continuous insulation and air sealing barrier on walls, roofs, around corners, and on all contoured surfaces. It is made by mixing and reacting unique liquid components at the job site to create foam. The liquids react very quickly when mixed, expanding on contact to create foam that insulates, seals gaps, and can form moisture and vapor barriers. SPF insulation is known to resist heat transfer extremely well, and it offers a highly effective solution in reducing unwanted air infiltration through cracks, seams, and joints.
•Lower energy cost
•Stops drafts allergens and condensation
•Better indoor air quality
•Does not settle or shrink
•Quieter indoor environment
•Fills irregular shapes
•Increased climate comfort
•Adds structural strength
•Seals cracks and voids
•Keeps out unwanted pests
Commercial and Residential
Spray Foam Insulation Blythe California
All Seasons Insulation are experts in high-quality Spray Foam (Spray-in-Place Foam), Polyurethane and Roofing. Spray Foam is the preferred, advanced substitute when dealing with standard insulation and roofing materials.
In areas that are tough to insulate, Spray Foam provides a higher thermal resistance (R-value) as opposed to old-fashioned methods such as cellulose or fiberglass. This makes Spray Foam the superior choice for those looking to modernize their construction. As opposed to outdated techniques, Spray Foam leaves subfloor crawlspaces and the underside of roof sheathing in attics completely insulated. Polyurethane Spray Foam insulation keeps all of your spaces airtight; preventing any holes or cracks from leaking cold air out or letting warm air in, and vice versa. Other outdated materials just can’t compare. Spray Foam’s R-value retains it’s benefit over time by securing your structures from unwanted air. Cellulose and fiberglass alternatives seldom achieve the same R-value due to a lack of quality control.
Roofing Insulation Blythe
When you utilize Spray Foam, you benefit from considerable energy savings due to efficient insulation of your home. When Spray Foam is properly applied in a new building, home remodel or retrofit, these buildings are able to use small-scale Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (or HVAC) units, which in turn saves money on utilities and conserves energy long-term. With these savings, Polyurethane Spray Foam Insulation is known to provide a large return on investment over time. The application will last for the lifetime of your structure because unlike conventional fiberglass or cellulose, Spray Foam won’t sag or settle. This is also an environmentally friendly insulation method due to the fact that without the need to replace or remove outdated fiberglass, you reduce landfill waste.
Blythe Spray Foam
While Polyurethane Spray Foam Insulation is an advanced technology, it has been around for quite some time. It got its start about 40 years ago. Ironically, its original purpose was to insulate commercial refrigeration units. This further reveals how powerful and effective Spray Foam’s insulation properties are.
Blythe Spray Foam Roofing
Spray Foam Insulation is also beneficial for flat and low-slope roofing. It its monolithic, which means it is applied in one solitary piece without any seams or cracks. Since a Spray Foam roof is so lightweight, it can easily be installed over an existing faulty roof that needs replacing. Without having to replace the faulty roof, the owner avoids costly roof removal as well as displacement of roofing felts containing asbestos (ACM). A roof that uses Spray Foam is also considered “sustainable” and can be categorized as “green”. The reason being that with regular care and occasional re-coating, these roofs can last more than 50 years! Most other rooting methods and systems last an average of 8-10 years until they need to be replaced. In addition traditional roof replacements costing as much or more than the original installation. Not with Spray Foam Insulation! While the initial cost for Spray Foam may be greater, re-coating is a fraction of what a brand new roof replacement would be.
With a Spray Foam roof system, you get the added benefit of insulation in addition to a reliable roof, which is more than can be said for traditional roofing systems. When Spray Foam Insulation is applied inside of walls, it works effectively in conserving energy and utility (HVAC) savings. By insulating the roof, it will ensure that these savings will be seen for years to come.
Another advantage of the Spray Foam roof method is the elastomeric top-coating. We are able to meet all of the prerequisites for your Title 24 Cool Roof requirements on commercial and residential roofs with the proper ENERGY STAR® coating. A ‘Cool Roof’ will minimize the amount of heat absorbed into the roof, allowing for further energy conservation and monthly HVAC savings.
Blythe CA Commercial Spray Foam Insulation For Roofs
We encourage you to browse our website to learn more about the additional benefits of using Spray Foam insulation. Our Library pages offer articles on Spray Foam as well as downloadable brochures from our various vendors that show technical details, etc. Our Gallery pages also show images of the recent Spray Foam work we’ve completed. You contact us with any questions you may have through our Contact Us page, as well as receive an estimate on your upcoming projects. You can also contact with us via phone. We would love to discuss your next project with you! We proudly serve all cities in San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles and Orange County.