Spray polyurethane foam, also referred to as “SPF”, is the most common form of spray foam insulation on the market today. It is comprised of two chemical components: Side A is called isocyanate and Side B is named polyol.
The two sides are combined, either water or gases are used to project the material, and then the foam quickly expands and cures to a rigid, foam plastic compound. The process takes less than a minute and, when finished, every crack, space, and seam is perfectly sealed and insulated.
When discussing spray foam insulation, it’s helpful to remember that it falls into two distinct categories: Open Cell and Closed Cell.
Open cell spray foam insulation is best used within your Zephyrhills building as it is slightly less dense, a good insulator, a fantastic sound barrier, and a sealant.
Closed cell uses more chemicals and more material to create a harder, structurally strengthening, moisture barrier above and beyond the rest of spray foam insulation’s benefits for Zephyrhills residents. This factor is what differentiates the cost of the two types of spray foam insulation.
Several studies have shown that, on average, 40% of a structure’s energy is lost due to infiltration due to poor sealing. Your Zephyrhills business or home, upgraded with our spray foam insulation, will benefit from a 50% improvement in the insulation capacity.