The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

Attic insulation is liquid that expands when sprayed and fills gaps, cracks, and crevices. It is able to conform to the unique design of your home, ensuring that all of the areas where air leaks are sealed. This helps prevent the loss of energy, and is more efficient than fiberglass batt insulation.

Closed-cell spray foam is also more versatile than other types of insulation because it can be applied to walls, roofs, and basements. It can even be used in the framing process, filling small holes in the wall studs and joists to create a tight seal. It’s the most flexible type of insulation, making it a popular option for older homes that need an upgrade.

Improving Indoor Air Quality with Spray Foam Insulation

In addition to energy savings, closed-cell spray foam offers improved sound attenuation. Its ability to reduce noise from outside and between rooms allows occupants to relax in comfort without the distraction of noisy neighbors or traffic.

Spray foam also helps to improve indoor air quality by preventing unwanted outside polluted air from entering the building. This can help alleviate allergies and asthma by keeping out mold spores, and dust mites.

In the winter, spray foam keeps heat in and cold out, reducing energy bills by up to 30%. Similarly, during the summer it keeps cool air in and hot air out, significantly lowering cooling costs. This means that occupants won’t have to use their air conditioning and can enjoy the comfort of a more controlled indoor temperature year round.

Traketon Insulation LLC
Cheyenne, WY
(307) 941-0905

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