Spray Foam Affordable?

While others may argue that spray foam insulation is expensive as compared to other traditional insulating products in the market today, its value and cost efficiency will showcase years after it was installed. Why? Simply because the energy savings of spray foam insulation is second to none. It’s common to see instant energy consumption reduction in your heating and cooling costs that would reach for up to 50% and beyond even. In this case, spray foam insulation generally pays for itself allowing you to save much on costs in the long run.

A properly insulated home as compared to fiberglass insulation and other insulation materials will be outperformed nearly 2 to 1 should you choose spray foam insulation as your material. Aside from that, spray foam insulation also provides tax credits, rebates and even local benefits that are available to homeowners and building owners alike who choose to utilize spray foam insulation in their house or building.

Spray foam insulation has an R-value of about 6.0 per 1 inch thickness depending on the specific formulation and application, allowing it to supply more thermal resistance with less material than any other type of commercial insulations. Spray foam insulation is frequently used to insulate and protect a wide array of residential, industrial, and commercial buildings.

Utility and monthly energy savings of 50% or greater can be achieved as compared to other insulation systems. The cost installing Spray Foam Insulation can be recovered in less than 5 years, simply through energy savings alone.

Utilizing Spray Foam Insulation enables you, the homeowner, to take advantage of tax credits through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This means that homeowners are permitted to take a credit of 10% of the cost they incur for spray foam insulation. This would amount for up to $500. The tax credit applies to materials that are used during the installation of spray foam insulation and doesn’t cover labor costs. This tax credit also applies to existing homes and primary residences and not on newly constructed buildings or rental properties.

Also, spray foam insulation requires little to no maintenance so you need not constantly spend hundreds and thousands of dollars in repair or maintenance services. The foam used for spray foam insulation lasts longer as compared to even the most popular insulating materials today. Foam insulation costs a lot less than it does to repair your roof or any parts of your house installed with it. Studies and testing have also showcased that roofs installed with spray foam insulation withstand more than two hundred mile an hour winds and can even stay intact with hurricane level winds.

It is a fact that one of the most sought after benefits of spray foam insulation is energy savings. However, with the diversity and efficiency of this insulating material, it’s got more to offer rather than just the cost effective benefits it provides. The advantages of foam insulation extend further from the common function it performs which is sealing to keeping a home healthy and comfortable to live in.

Foam Insulation Benefits:

  • Stops air and moisture infiltration
  • Makes your home more comfortable
  • Saves on energy costs
  • Adds strength to the building structure
  • It is permanent and will not sag
  • Keeps dust and pollen out
  • Eliminates Ice Daming
  • Improves Air Quality
  • Reduces capacity requirements, maintenance and wear of HVAC equipment
  • Meets all building codes

Spray Foam Insulation

  • Is your home drafty?
  • Do your floor stay cold in the winter?
  • Are your heating and air bill too high?
  • How much money can you save reducing energy loss?

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Testimonials

  • I found Jake enormously detail oriented in purchasing his equipment for AT-Foam. A tough sale to say the least but one that understood the importance of getting what he paid for and making sure what he got was what he paid for. That in itself should warrant a recommendation as most entrepreneurs these days are “instant gratification” oriented and focused exclusively on the cheap price. Good luck Jake & if I can help-you know where/how to reach me.

    Joe A Gayle III
  • We are finishing our basement and decided that spray foam would be a great way to both insulate and also create the vapor barrier for the exterior walls. Jake responded quickly with a quote. He recommended spraying the rim joists which I decided was a good idea. He then sprayed the walls with the “closed cell” foam and then we had him spray the HVAC ducts with open cell foam for noise attenuation. We were also building one room as a music room for our son who is playing the drumset. We had AT spray the open cell foam on the walls in this room to create a sound proof room.

    David McCoy
  • Older house poorly insulated, problem of freezing pipes and mice, they drilled holes in drywall and spray foam insulation inside walls. Sprays as liquid, fills areas, cracks and expands. They were knowledgeable about product and procedure. This company gave excellent service. It was snowing that day. They protected the carpet and entire area. Were considerate and completed in a timely manner. Excellent work performed.

    Barb Lesley