Spray Foam Insulation

Green Earth Spray Foam  insulation has become increasingly popular among homeowners due to its ability to significantly reduce heating and cooling costs. This is largely because it creates an air seal between the walls, attic or crawl space of your home, which prevents heat from escaping your home. It is also effective at hindering sound travel from room to room.

Typically, spray foam insulation is made of 2 liquid chemical components that undergo a chemical reaction to create a plastic foam. These chemicals are sprayed from the tip of a spray foam gun and they expand to cover and protect the area they’re being applied to. The foam can be sprayed over surfaces such as drywall, concrete blocks and framed wood. Spray foam insulation contractors can apply the product on a variety of surfaces and structures, but it’s most effective when sprayed directly over attics, crawl spaces or rim joists in new construction projects and over unfinished walls in existing homes or pole barns.

Seal, Insulate, Save: Harnessing the Power of Spray Foam for Energy-Efficient Living

Professional spray foam insulation installers have special rigs to facilitate the application process. These rigs ensure that the spray foam is mixed perfectly and at the correct temperature no matter the weather conditions. The spray foam insulation rigs are heated to keep the chemicals at ideal temperatures and the cylinders filled with a constant amount of pressure. This is critical because if the cylinders are not kept at an optimal temperature the material may not be effective or could even cause a toxic reaction.

Green Earth Spray Foam
1891 Prospect Church Rd Lawrenceville, GA 30043

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