Why Choose SprayRite Foam?
Our commitment to providing the highest quality products and services is the highlight of working with SprayRite foam. All of our customers, regardless of size or resources, are treated equally and as a top priority. Further, our spray-insulation solutions can be used in a wide range of project types. When you choose SprayRite for your insulation or roofing project, you’ll notice a few differences in the way we do things:
- In order to maintain the highest standard of service from start to finish, we never cut any corners during the project. Our technicians work to ensure your home is fully and evenly insulated. For example, the recommended depth for spray insulation in an attic is 5”-6”. When SprayRite completes the job, you can rest assured your home is properly insulated to achieve effectiveness.
- Not only will we provide the best quality material and workmanship during the spraying process, we will also remove ALL old insulation from the building. This will prevent mold buildup between new and old insulation, eliminate unpleasant odors created by mold and odor from varmint feces, and ensure that the building is fully insulated to eliminate air and dust particle penetration.
- Our Quality Control Process is the best in the business. From the time we begin preparation to the end of the application process, our technicians work to ensure the best quality workmanship possible. We won’t miss cracks or crevices, and we do whatever it takes to make sure the job we’ve done is up to our standards as well as our customers’ standards.
What Makes Spray-Foam Insulation Better?
Spray foam offers many advantages over traditional fiberglass or sheet-foam insulation. Here are some of the key benefits:
- Excellent insulating properties that outperform fiberglass and fitted foam insulation.
- Reduces household energy use by up to 50% – the average customer will see their full return on investment within 4-5 years.
- Stops air leakage and infiltration. This keeps cool/warm air inside, creating less work for your air conditioner or heater.
- Improved indoor air quality by significantly reducing the potential for mold, mildew, dust, allergens and pollen to enter the home.
- Reduces outdoor noise for a quieter home.
- Closed cell spray foam makes walls stronger and more rigid. Our monolithic foam bonds with your building, to protect the structural integrity for years to come.
- Insects and rodents are reduced significantly since spray foam insulation is not a food or nesting source.
- Spray foam prevents moisture penetration thus greatly reducing the potential for mold growth.
- Closed cell spray foam eliminates the need for a vapor barrier.
- Downsize HVAC equipment by 30%
- Reduced heating and cooling load on HVAC – fewer repairs and breakdowns.
- Spray foam won’t sag, shift or degenerate and will perform throughout the life of your home.
- Homes insulated with Spray Foam have a higher resale value.
- Creates a healthier and more comfortable living environment
- Bio-based and non-toxic.
The Application Process
At this point, we begin the application process. Our technicians will begin by vacuuming out all of the old insulation. If this step is overlooked, it can cause many problems – the gap between the fiberglass and spray insulation creates a moisture barrier, which can lead to mold buildup. This can cause an extremely unpleasant odor, and can also make you sick. Further, clearing out the old insulation also clears out any waste or debris left behind by insects and/or rodents in the past – these things can also cause unpleasant odors and bacteria to build up.
The third step is the application process. We do whatever it takes to cover every surface, every crevice, every gap, and every square inch of the required area with the proper amount of insulation. Overlooking this process can be detrimental. If areas are left unsprayed or are sprayed unevenly, this can cause heavier strain on your heating and cooling systems which will result in having to replace them faster. During Roofing applications, SprayRite foam is applied to the roof’s surface making it possible to adjust the thickness and the angle of the foam and ensure proper drainage. Proper drainage prevents ponding water and deck deflection, and protects the roof from leaks and premature roof failures resulting in extended life span.
When the project is complete, there’s a sweet smell that you’ll notice for about two weeks. We call that, “The Smell of Saving Money!” However, as the sweet smell wears off, the cost savings are just beginning!