How Is Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation Different From Traditional Insulation? The most significant difference between Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation versus more traditional forms of insulation, like fiberglass or cellulose, is that SPF (polyurethane spray foam) insulation provides an air barrier & thermal barrier all in one product (with closed-cell spray foam even offering a moisture barrier as well).
It’s a known industry fact that Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation will save you money on your energy bill, providing a return on your insulation investment, as it reduces the need to run your HVAC heating & cooling system. But the question a lot of our customers & clients ask is, “how long will it take to see a return on my investment?”
Your roof deck needs 3 inches of Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation, and this is why; when it comes to your roof deck, if your dew point isn’t targeted through sufficient insulation materials, condensation can form, which will lead to moisture buildup, and eventually mildew, rot, and other cosmetic issues that will inevitably compound if not identified and eliminated immediately, costing you thousands of dollars in property damage.
When it comes to cannabis grow farms, weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest can be brutal for your crops, and limiting to your grow options. That’s why more and more cannabis grows & farms are opting for indoor grow environments. But how, exactly, does Polyurethane Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation help with your cannabis grow?
When it comes to spray foam insulation, it’s superiority rests in a fully insulated building envelope. That means your spray foam applicator needs to do their due diligence to identify the entire building envelop that requires insulation, and insulating the entire building envelope for maximum energy optimization.
Today we’re going to talk specifically about the utilization of an industrial grade dehumidifier for your environment before applying spray foam insulation.
When it comes to indoor agricultural environments, the insulation you use can mean the difference between a healthy yield, or a compromised crop & product.
You hear the term “R-Value”, but you’re not quite sure what that means. That’s okay, because we’re going to break down what R-Value means, and why that’s important for your insulation purchasing decisions.
It’s an industry-known fact that Spray Foam Insulation is the most expensive insulation on the market. It's also the most superior insulation on the market, making it a premium choice for home owners / home builders, business contractors, and indoor agricultural farms.
Do you know the difference between open-cell & closed-cell spray foam insulation, and when they should be used? You’d be surprised how many people within the industry of insulation don’t know the difference.