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Spray Foam Insulation Benefits

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Outstanding Thermal Performance

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Advance Insulation knows that in numerous respects, spray foam insulation elevates the performance of the building envelope. Under its exceptionally high R-value per inch, this novel insulation material not only provides exceptional thermal performance while protecting against hot and cold regions that have the potential to undermine the comfort and overall efficiency of your residence. Learn more by checking out our spray foam insulation FAQ!

During the winter, it effectively retains heat, resulting in significant annual energy cost reductions of up to 50%. Conversely, during the summer, it functions as a barrier against surplus heat, establishing an indoor environment that is consistently cool and comforting.

In all areas where it is applied, the rigidity of spray foam provides an additional layer of structural integrity, thereby enhancing the overall strength of the structure. Serving as a vapor barrier, it effectively mitigates the potential for moisture intrusion into wall cavities, thereby assisting in protecting your residence against potential harm.

An exceptionally noteworthy advantage of spray foam insulation is it’s capacity to reduce air permeability, constituting a substantial portion of residential energy loss. This makes it the most energy-efficient insulation material currently available on the market. In addition to conserving energy, it reduces the likelihood of mold growth, outdoor allergens, and pollutants. It also deprives undesirable pests (rodents and insects) of sustenance, so they prefer not to use it as a home or to nest.

Wherever it is applied, spray foam forms an impermeable seal by completely encompassing any apertures or fissures, rendering it an optimal selection for exterior walls or attics. Spray foam, in contrast to alternative insulation materials, exhibits an eternal lifespan, resisting deterioration and settlement while safeguarding your residence. Its resilience guarantees enduring functionality and protection for your assets.

Its applicability is extensive, as spray foam can be utilized on various structures and surfaces.

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Spray Foam Insulation Products

We have carefully chosen our spray foam insulation products for their reliability, durability, and adaptability to meet the diverse requirements of our customers’ projects. Our product selection is designed to cater to a broad spectrum of applications, including residential, commercial, and industrial projects.
Demilec Insulation
Demilec (Heatlok Soya) 2lb Closed Cell Spray Foam

Demilec (Heatlok Soya) 2 lb closed cell spray foam is a two-component, low GWP spray-applied rigid polyurethane foam system. Heatlok Soya material complies with the requirements of the National Building Code of Canada. This product is commonly used as a thermal insulation product, air barrier, and vapour barrier for interior or exterior applications above and below grade.

Attic floor or roof sheeting

Interior wall insulation

Exterior, below-grade and under-slab applications

Box joists and cantilevers

Industrial conduit pipes

Gaco 183M 2lb Closed Cell Spray Foam
Advance Insulation Canada uses Gaco 183M spray foam insulation in most of our spray foam applications. Gaco contains polyols derived from naturally renewable oils, recycled plastics and recycled materials. It is designed to provide excellent thermal performance and is an important part of an air barrier assembly. The cured material is pewter in colour.

Exterior wall insulation

Attic floor or roof sheeting

Exterior, below-grade and under-slab applications

Box joists and cantilevers

Freezers and coolers

Industrial conduit pipes

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Have a specific area that you want spray foam insulated? Here’s our most popular services for spray foam.

Basement Spray Foam Insulation

High-efficiency insulation with an airtight seal for optimal temperature control.

Commercial Insulation
Commercial-grade spray foam insulation for energy-efficient and cost-effective building solutions.
Closed Cell Spray Insulation
Closed cell insulation is excellent insulation option for a wide range of projects.
Quonset Insulation
Insulating Quonset huts to maintain controlled environments.
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Spray Foam Insulation FAQ

Looking for a specific question to be answered? We’ve collected the most popular questions in hopes that it will help you understand clarify anything regarding spray foam insulation!

What is spray foam insulation made out of?

Spray foam insulation comprises two primary components: polyurethane and a blowing agent. Once mixed, it can be conveniently applied by spraying it onto the desired surfaces. Upon application, the foam will expand and eventually solidify, providing the desired hardened finish. Polyurethane is a synthetic material that serves as the base of the foam. It is responsible for giving insulation properties.

The blowing agent, is the component that aids in the expansion of the foam and the formation of those tiny, insulating bubbles. It has the potential to be either water, a chemical compound, or even a combination of both. When the foam expands, it can fill gaps and crevices, which can be very beneficial for sealing your home against drafts and heat loss.

The two main types of spray foam insulation are open-cell and closed-cell. Open-cell foam is typically softer and less dense compared to closed-cell foam, which tends to be denser and more rigid in nature. The type of material you choose will ultimately depend on your specific needs and the project you are currently working on.

It is worth mentioning that the blowing agents used in spray foam insulation have undergone significant advancements to enhance their environmental friendliness. When it comes to modern spray foams, it’s great to see that many of them now utilize low-global warming potential blowing agents. This choice helps to minimize their impact on the environment, which is a positive step forward.

Why is spray foam insulation a good choice?

There are many reasons why spray foam insulation is a good option. First, it’s a great insulator, making your home comfortable year-round. It blocks cracks and openings so no warm air may escape and deters rodents!

In addition to making your home more comfortable, spray foam can reduce energy consumption and costs. It prevents moisture from entering your property and serves as a shield against mold and structural damage.

As a bonus, spray foam insulation is adaptable and may be used in various environments. It maintains its shape and performance over time without sagging or settling.

Spray foam insulation is a worthwhile expenditure because it improves indoor air quality, reduces heating and cooling costs, and fortifies a building against natural disasters.

Said spray foam insulation is an adaptable and efficient method of insulating your home using polyurethane and a blowing agent. To protect your home’s walls, attic, and other spaces, this is the best option.

Do I ever need to top up spray foam insulation?

No, spray foam insulation rarely requires top up. When correctly installed, spray foam retains its insulating properties for decades, long after conventional insulation materials have settled or degraded. It retains its shape, doesn’t shrink, and never runs out.

Spray foam creates a long-lasting, leak-proof seal that keeps insulating and conserving energy. To ensure reliable operation over time, however, the initial installation must be done correctly.

Our insulation contractors are the best people to talk to if you have any doubts regarding the state of your insulation or if you have any reason to believe that damage has occurred. Spray foam insulation, if properly installed and maintained, can last for decades without needing to be replaced.

Are there spray foam insulation rebates?

Spray foam insulation does qualify for rebates and other financial incentives.

These initiatives often differ by region and over time.

Check our rebates page on our website or give us a call for the most up-to-date information on rebates available in your area. You can save money on your insulation project by taking advantage of the rebates, tax credits, and incentives for which you may be eligible, information about which we can provide.

Call us if you want to learn more about the incentives we offer in your area.

How does spray foam's R-value differ from other insulation?

Compared to other insulation options, spray foam insulation stands out due to its exceptionally high R-value. Generally speaking, the higher the R-value, the better an insulating material is. Compared to other insulation materials, closed-cell spray foam has one of the highest R-values per inch. It has a higher R-value per inch than common insulation materials like fiberglass or cellulose (roughly 6.0 to 7.0).

Compared to closed-cell spray foam, open-cell spray foam typically has an R-value per inch between 3.5 and 4.0. It’s less insulating than closed-cell foam, but it’s better than most alternatives.

Spray foam has a high R-value, insulating more effectively while taking up less room. This is helpful in places where installing thicker insulation, like walls or attics, would be impractical. Due to its high R-value, spray foam insulation is widely considered to be the best option for those looking to cut down on energy costs and improve the comfort of their homes.

Should I use open or closed cell insulation?

Whether you opt for open-cell or closed-cell insulation depends on your requirements. For less money, you can get open-cell spray foam, which is excellent for soundproofing and can be used inside buildings like homes and offices. The insulation and noise reduction it provides contributes to a more peaceful and cost-effective environment.

Closed-cell spray foam, on the other hand, provides superior thermal insulation because it has a higher R-value per inch. It’s excellent for use in damp or humid environments because of its dense makeup and ability to act as a vapor barrier. Closed-cell foam can serve as structural support in some applications.

Considerations such as cost, insulation significance, and application location are all important considerations. Our professional insulation contractors can evaluate your situation and advise you.

Where is spray foam used in homes?

To improve a home’s energy efficiency and comfort, spray foam insulation is employed in many places. It’s most often used for:

Walls: Spray foam is used to seal gaps and minimize heat loss or gain in both external and interior walls.

Attics: Applying it in attics creates a thermal and vapour barrier and moderates the attic’s temperature.

Roofs: On the underside of the roof deck for climate regulation and water resistance.

Basements/Crawlspaces: Maintaining dry and insulated conditions in basements and crawl spaces.

Garages: Occasionally, significantly above unheated rooms like garages, floors need to be insulated.

Ductwork: ensuring that conditioned air is delivered without loss of efficiency.

Windows/Doors: To seal off air leaks around windows and doors.

Ceilings: Some people use it on their ceilings to reduce noise in their homes.

Spray foam is a popular option for homeowners who want to increase the efficiency and comfort of their houses because of its adaptability and wide range of uses.

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