Kingsport, Bristol, and Johnson City TN
Spray foam insulation is an excellent way to insulate your home or commercial building. Not only does it improve air quality, but it lowers energy bills and reduces noise. It is available in two varieties – open and closed cell foam. There are pros and cons to each. The best spray foam for your home or commercial space will be the option that best suits your needs. If you would like to learn more or find out how much spray foam costs in Kingsport, contact Energy Savers today.
Open cell spray foam insulation is lower density and has a soft, fluffy feel and most often recommended for residential application for exterior walls, attics, or roof lines. If you are looking for soundproofing quality, consider getting open cell spray foam. Open cell foam is not considered a moisture barrier. While this may sound like a downfall, it may not be considering where it is applied. For instance, applying open cell foam to your roofline or attic floor may be ideal. While it provides superior insulation, it also would allow you to identify any leaks that may develop in your roof.
Closed cell spray foam is denser and ideal for below-grade, such as basements or crawlspaces, because it can block moisture intrusion. Its texture is firm, almost like plastic. Since closed cell foam creates a moisture barrier, you would want to have it applied in areas of your home or building that are underground, preventing that musty or dank smell associated with basements or crawlspaces.
Receiving spray foam insulation is a simple process, whether it is a new build or an already built home. Our experts utilize equipment that is easy to operate inside, applying the foam in a way that does not disrupt your day to day activities. Once applied, spray foam, whether open or closed cell cures fairly quickly. Project length may vary, depending on the accessibility of the area needing to be sprayed.
How much does spray foam insulation cost?
Several factors contribute to the cost of spray foam insulation in Kingsport. We begin by determining whether you need open or closed cell spray foam. While open cell costs less, it isn’t always the best option for applying in areas below ground. Next, we measure the area needing to be sprayed to get the board footage. Generally, spray foam costs more than traditional fiberglass foam but comes backed by many advantages. We are happy to provide you with a free estimate if you would like to know how much spray foam installation costs in a Kingsport or Johnson City home. No job is too small or big for us! We provide our spray foam insulation services to residential and commercial residents of the Tri-Cities. Call 423-292-8279 for a quote today!