Roofing & Insulation

Long gone are the days of dangerous fiberglass insulation. Spray foam and hard foam inserts are cheaper, safer alternatives to more traditional methods of insulation and stave off bugs and weathering more effectively. Energy- and cost-efficient solution, foam insulation, can be used throughout the property and expands to fill in even the tightest of crawlspaces and create a weatherproof seal that keeps you comfortable during the most severe weather.

More projects are beginning to employ newly developed insulations to achieve better thermal protection and energy efficiency from longer-lasting, environmentally friendly building materials such as insulation made from soy, which provide significant benefits and contributes to green building performance. Careful choice of insulation ensures achievement of desired thermal resistance to reduce heat transfer through roofs, walls, and slabs, making it a priority to choose the most effective resistance-to-heat value per inch.

Of course, the insulation would serve little purpose without a roof over your head. A roof must be equipped to handle any number of environmental conditions, and a roof enforced by spray foam can stand up to hail and strong winds and resist degradation caused by water damage or exposure to extreme heat.

In fact, in research conducted by Underwriters Laboratories designed to test how these roofs fared against hurricane-force winds, the spray foam roofing outlasted the lab’s equipment — an impressive showing which cemented its standing as the number one choice for building safety.

Spray foam insulation and roofing is an efficient and energy-saving way to make your home or workplace safer and more comfortable.

With its top-class durability and ease of installation, spray foam equals less waste in both the short and long term and provides unmatched quality and environmental protection.

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