Injection Foam Overview
How Does It Work?
Improves Air Quality
- What is it made of?
- What are the benefits?
- Why choose us?
Injection foam insulation consists of a resin and a foaming agent also known as a catalysts. These materials are mixed at the job site to create a foam like substance. Often customers think of it as being the same consistency as shaving cream. It is injected in wall cavities using pumps to manage pressure as it finds its way around obstructions that traditional insulation would not be able to.
The injection foam insulation starts to harden as the drying process begins, creating a thermal and air barrier within the wall cavity.
Increased Energy Efficiency - Injection foam insulation can help to improve the energy efficiency of a building by reducing the amount of heat loss that occurs through the walls.
Reduced Heating and Cooling Costs - The insulation can help reduce the amount of energy needed to heat and cool the building, leading to lower monthly bills.
Improved Comfort - Injection foam insulation can help create a more comfortable environment in the building by trapping heat in the winter and keeping cool air in during the summer.
Reduced Noise Transmission - The insulation can help reduce noise transmission between rooms and floors, which can be helpful in multi-level homes or businesses.
Reduced Environmental Impact - Injection foam insulation is a non-toxic and environmentally-friendly product that can help to reduce the impact of buildings on the environment.