AccuSeal Spray Foam Insulation

Attic insulation provides a high return on investment because it seals the air in your home. It keeps your house at a constant temperature year-round and prevents air leakage. This reduces your energy costs. It also reduces pest control, maintenance and repair costs because it prevents moisture intrusion and structural damage.

The spray foam is made up of tiny pockets that are very effective at blocking heat and sound. It fills cracks and crevices, and it won’t compress or sag over time like other insulation materials. It can be sprayed in open cavities such as attics, crawl spaces and rim joists in new construction and existing homes, commercial buildings and pole barns.

Transforming Your Home: The Impact of Spray Foam Insulation by AccuSeal

Closed-cell spray foam can be used in damp locations, but a vapor barrier is often needed to keep mold and mildew from growing. Regular inspections are necessary to identify any water entry points and repair them immediately to avoid structural damage.

Some types of spray foam use toxic chemicals during the application process, which can off-gas into your home for some time and cause poor indoor air quality. This is why it’s important to only hire an authorized ThermoSeal spray foam contractor. The professionals are trained to ensure proper coverage and expansion of the spray foam. They will use a specialized rig that makes sure the spray foam is mixed and sprayed at the correct temperature.

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) recommends homeowners keep the paperwork from their spray foam insulation installation to help them in the event they wish to sell or remortgage their property. This includes independent test certificates awarded to the spray foam and may be useful in the event a surveyor raises an issue about it.

AccuSeal Spray Foam
27 N Main St, Newport, NY 13416, United States
315-219-0944