How To Choose The Best Insulation Type

How To Choose The Best Insulation Type

How to tell the difference

Depending on your insulation needs will determine whether you choose open-cell, or closed-cell spray foam insulation. But how do you know when to choose?

We can start by identifying which type of spray foam insulation is appropriate for your needs;

1). Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation is great for external walls & ceilings, meaning, it helps to establish a resilient moisture barrier, yielding the highest R-Value thermal barrier as well. That’s where the majority of your heat is escaping, and where condensation builds. So with Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation, you can avoid all that, while reaping the benefits of a fully optimized, insulated space without  running your HVAC system.

2). Open-Cell Spray Foam Insulation is great for sound dampening large spaces. So it’s ideal for commercial properties that want to reduce noise pollution, as well large-scale homes & apartment complexes that emphasize privacy. It’s also amazing for large-scale R&D departments, as well as large-scale recording studios.

Learn more about the differences between Closed-Cell & Open-Cell Spray Foam Insulation by calling our industry-qualified spray foam insulation specialists.

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