EcoHome Spray Foam Insulation

spray foam insulation is sprayed on-site as a liquid that expands to fill all the nooks and crannies of a building or home, even those hard-to-reach spaces. It conforms to the unique design of a home, adding structural support and making it possible to achieve higher R-values. It can be used in new construction, existing homes, commercial buildings and pole barns.

It’s energy efficient, lasts a lifetime and helps reduce utility bills. It doesn’t settle over time like cellulose or fiberglass, and it seals air leaks so that cold air can’t get in and warm air can’t escape. It’s more expensive than traditional insulation, but it pays for itself in reduced utility costs over time.

Sustainable Insulation: EcoHome Spray Foam for Your Home

While it doesn’t contain toxic chemicals like formaldehyde, benzene or asbestos, the manufacturing process for some spray foam contains isocyanate, which can cause respiratory and other health problems in people and animals. It’s a good idea to avoid spray foam insulation made with isocyanate unless you use a brand that is certified as low toxicity and has a 84-page safety manual and multiple hazard warnings.

Spray foam can be installed at any stage of construction, but is most effective if it is applied before drywall is put up. It is very difficult to remove, so if you plan on living in your house for a while it’s a smart investment to make now. It is a great option for attics, basement rim joists, knee walls and bonus rooms, but it can also be sprayed in crawl spaces and overhangs (or cantilevers). If you are insulating your metal building, it’s important to talk with your contractor about the type of foam that will be best for your needs and your location.

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EcoHome Spray Foam
848 Irma Dr Antioch, TN 37013
(615) 573-4106