Saskatchewan Spray Foam Insulation Contractors

 

Welcome to Spray Foam Regina!

You already know spray foam is one of the best insulations for Saskatchewan.

You may not know there is a wide variety of options for foam insulation including spray polyurethane foam, retrofit (injection foam), foam boards (panels) and weatherization foams such a gap fillers, foam caulk, and so much more.

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Please Also Familiarize Yourself with Foam Insulation By Taking A Look At Some Spray Foam Photos.

A spray foam installer sprays an attic roof.

Foam insulation starts as a liquid and dries as a solid.

Spray foam expands in place and is airt tight.

Crevices are sealed from the power of foam insulation.

Square holes filled with round pipes are completely sealed.

Foamers use over spray protection for HVAC equipment.

Junction boxes are made air-tight from foam sealants.

Sealing Plumbing with foam eliminates air flow.

Extra space of electrical boxes reduce drafts.

Even foaming around small wires stops air and pests.

"Heat energy can be transferred by conduction, convection, radiation. Thermal insulation prevents heat from escaping a container or from entering a container. The flow of heat can be reduced by heat transfer and is dependent on the physical properties of the material employed to do this." Wiki

ABOUT SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

INSULATION INFORMATION: Spray Foam Insulation refers to materials used to reduce the rate of heat transfer. Thermal insulation keeps enclosed areas such like buildings warm, or cold. Insulators are used to minimize that transfer of heat energy. In home insulation, the R-value is an indication of how well a material insulates the structure's exterior walls.

TYPES of SPRAY FOAM: There are two basic types of spray foam products, open and closed cell. Open-cell foam is porous, allowing water vapor and liquid water to penetrate the insulation. Closed-cell foam is non-porous, and not moisture-penetrable.

CLOSED VS OPEN CELL: By most building code officials standards for insulation, open cell foam rarely forms a vapor barrier for interior wall insulation. Open-cell foam requires trimming after installation because the foam expands alot, and disposal of the waste material. Closed-cell foam is very strong, and structurally reinforces the insulated surface. By contrast, open-cell foam is soft when cured, with little structural strength. (Check with local building code officials for insulation codes in New Brunswick Canada areas.)

Closed-cell foams are superior insulators. While open-cell foams typically have R-values of 3 to 4 per inch (RSI-0.53 to RSI-0.70 per inch), closed-cell foams can attain R-values of 5 to 8 per inch (RSI-0.88 to RSI-1.41 per inch). This is important if space is limited, because it allows a thinner layer of insulation to be used. For example, a 1-inch layer of closed-cell foam provides about the same insulation factor as 2 inches of open-cell foam. Closed-cell foam rarely requires any trimming because expansion of this foam is minimal, with little or no waste.

"Spray foam" is also an informal term used to refer to various plastic foam materials that are used in building construction to provide thermal insulation. Polyurethane and polyisocyanurate are two types of foam used in this application.

Contractors spray polyurethane foam insulation. Our contractors have various access to distributors of a wide variety of foams available which are eco-friendly, and cost-effective for most building code applications.

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Spray Foam Regina - We provide contractors in cities and towns across Saskatchawan including:
Estevan
Swift Current
Moose Jaw
Melfort
Saskatoon
Yorkton
Weyburn
Humboldt
Regina
North Battleford
Melville
Lloydminster