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When spray foam is applied properly it creates a barrier between the outside air and your indoor living space. This results in your home needing less energy to heat or cool and helps reduce air leakage and mold growth. If you want to insulate a new construction home or re-drywall an existing house, the best time to install spray foam insulation is during the initial phases of construction before drywall is installed. It’s also possible to inject spray foam into walls that are already covered by drywall, but it is more challenging and it may be necessary to shave off any spray foam that extends past the studs or creates a bump in the wall surface.

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Attic insulation is available in open and closed-cell varieties. Closed-cell insulation typically costs more than open-cell foam, but it creates a more robust barrier against air movement and is more effective for sealing cracks and gaps in walls and ceilings. Open-cell foams are usually softer and less dense than closed-cell insulation, but they still provide an effective barrier against air leakage and sound.

It’s highly recommended to hire a professional technician to install spray foam insulation in your home. The application process requires the homeowner to vacate the home during the installation and allow for proper ventilation as spray foam insulation off-gases volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during both the application and curing process.

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6260 N 800 East Wilkinson, IN 46186
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