New England Spray Foam
Welcome to New England Spray Foam
There are so many reasons to choose spray foam insulation over fiberglass or cellulose in your building. Not only is it safer to use, it's better at insulating your property.Depending on which density fits your needs and budget, spray foam insulation expands approximately 30-130 times its' liquid volume to completely fill voids and cracks which are always missed with traditional systems. Although your initial investment is higher, this products' advanced properties will lower energy costs to save you money, lots of it ...Day after day!!
Spray Foam Insulation
offers extra value because it acts as an air and moisture barrier solution that wind proofs and seals wall, floor and ceiling cavities to prevent air movement (including spaces around electrical outlets and light fixtures, at baseboards and where walls meet windows and doors.)
This means that UN-conditioned air cannot seep inform the outside bringing with it moisture, spores, pollen or other environmental pollution. Spray foam, through it's air sealing allows the homeowner to truly control his indoor air quality for the first time.
- Insulation that adds value
- Offers a high R-valuee
- Reduces energy consumptione
- Improves indoor air qualitye
BY USING AMERICAN-MADE SPRAY FOAM INSULATION,
you are doing your part for future generations.
By investing in your home with spray foam, you will help save precious fossil fuels for our children and our children’s children. Not only will it help slow the effects of global warming, but it would also help the US economy. For example, let’s say an average home insulated with fiberglass uses 1000 gallons of home heating oil annually. That same home insulated with spray foam will use 600 gallons of oil annually. That’s a savings of 400 gallons of oil a year!
This year, next year, every year for the life of the home. At today’s prices, that is almost $1,000 a year. A quality built home will stand for at least 100 years. That’s $100,000 that was not spent on foreign oil, $100,000 that will remain in America and get spent in America, from just one house. What about 100 houses? 1000? What would that do for the American economy? Something to think about New England...