Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation has grown in popularity in large part because it is so good at keeping homes warm in winter and cool in summer.
Learn more about the energy efficiency benefits of SPF insulation here.
Because it is sprayed directly into the gaps, cracks and other surfaces that contribute to heat transfer, it both insulates and air seals, offering one of the easiest and most effective ways of weatherizing existing homes and new construction.
Among other benefits, it can help save on energy use, reduce heating and air conditioning equipment size, and reduce drafts and noise.
As a homeowner hiring someone to install SPF insulation for you, there are a number of important considerations, including specific questions that you will want to ask your contractor before, during and after the job is done.
SPF helps minimize air leaks in the walls and roofs, saving a typical homeowner up to 15 percent on heating and cooling costs alone.