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Is your Bee Cave home lacking adequate insulation? Let’s increase your comfort and lower your energy costs by making sure it’s properly insulated.
Bee Cave homeowners turn to us for fast solutions provided by our reliable and trustworthy specialists who get the job done right and demonstrate respect for home and property. We make it easy to schedule insulation services, we keep customers informed along the way, and we guarantee our work.
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Spray Foam & Insulation Services in Bee Cave, Texas
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Use of foam insulation isn’t a simple task for every DIY-type homeowner. Each job demands a different skill set and understanding of the products. While some jobs are completed by spraying foam continuously until done, others require small amounts to be sprayed and allowed to harden before additional foam insulation is added. Trust our professionals to ensure that the work is completed with expertise and adjacent areas are always protected.
DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
Among the most common areas for adding insulation are basements, attics, and crawl spaces. Foam insulation is the optimum choice when you need to add insulation to areas of your home that may be harder to reach and lack insulation. With materials ranging from fiberglass to rock wool to recycled cellulose, foam insulation can be sprayed easily and immediately impact the comfort of a room and your home environment overall. Another terrific reason to add foam insulation is the lower energy costs to heat or cool your home as seasons change.
HOW SPRAY FOAM INSULATION WORKS
Spray foam is added in a liquid form to open spaces in your home. When it expands beyond its original size, it conforms to the shape of a space. The hardened material can be anywhere from 30-120 larger than its original size, depending on the type used. Unlike other forms of insulation, a solid, thick coating of foam insulation never sags or settles over the course of time.
MAIN BENEFITS OF SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
Benefits of spray foam insulation are numerous. Some of the main benefits are reducing energy costs, improving comfort, and soundproofing homes near noisy highways, train tracks, or industrial areas. Another benefit is controlling moisture in a home, reducing the risk of mold growth. Keep in mind, federal tax credits may be available for you when choosing to add new insulation to your newer or older home.
INSULATE MORE THAN WALLS WITH SPRAY FOAM
As a multi-purpose material, spray foam can be valuable to homeowners for many uses beyond insulating walls. It’s important to know which needs require use of a lower-expanding form of spray foam. These applications differ from using a larger expanding product. For example, we can apply spray foam between a rattling pipe or thumping HVAC vent and the structure it’s rattling against to eliminate the rattling. A noisy metal sink can be silenced using foam insulation as well, and both faucets and shower heads can be stabilized with spray foam.
TYPES OF SPRAY FOAM FOR HOMES
Spray foam is available in two options: open-cell and closed-cell. Both types create air barriers to improve a home’s energy efficiency and air quality, but these two types of foam are not interchangeable. Our specialists can help you understand which one is suitable for your home’s needs so it remains in compliance.
The thicker version of spray foam is closed-cell foam. In its formula, there is no space or air between cells. It’s ideal for trapping heat as it’s denser and more rigid. It’s the type recommended when the depth of a wall affects the building code R-value requirements as it has a higher insulating power.
The more lightweight and pliable option is open-cell foam. When used, it creates an air seal to stabilize your home’s temperature. It’s ideal for use in attics, rim joists, crawl spaces, or open wall cavities. It’s a more affordable material, and if it gets wet, you can allow it to dry without needing to replace it.