Spray Foam Insulation
Spray polyurethane foam, commonly referred to in the trade simply as SPF, has many different uses. It can be used in both residential and commercial projects. From renovations to new construction, SPF installation that’s done the right way can be of the utmost importance for many different structures.
Spray foam installation has a host of unique benefits. That’s especially true when you’re talking about traditional blown-in insulation versus the spray foam alternative.
Keep reading to learn more about SPF insulation and why it’s an ideal option for many different projects.
What is Spray Foam?
SPF is a type of insulation that is installed into an area as a liquid and, as it expands, it takes the shape of the area where it is installed. When completely dry, SPF can take on a few different textures depending on the product and mixture used.
In some applications, SPF will have a semi-rigid, soft to the touch quality that’s reminiscent of more familiar types of foam insulation. SPF can also take on a harder feel that’s ideal for areas that require high-density insulation because of heavy traffic.
Applications for SPF
Along with these installations, SPF can be used to insulate roofing and to create air barriers. SPF is also used in commercial projects, including installation in walls, ceilings, attics and basements.
In industrial settings, SPF is used to insulate pipes and storage tanks in many different situations and types of business.
Pro Blast Technology
Contact Pro Blast Technology over the internet or call us at 218-885-4888 to learn more about our spray foam insulation services. From residential builds to major commercial products, Pro Blast Technology, Inc. is a leader in spray foam and insulation services with professional staff and the right tools for your job. We can even provide you with a free estimate to make sure your project fits your budget and matches your every need.