Our technicians can install both types of spray foam insulation for our valued clients.
Insulation is a critical product used in the construction and renovation industries, as it contributes heavily to the energy efficiency and comfort level of a space. There are many different types of insulation products available, so consulting with an experienced insulation contractor is the best way to determine what the right product will be for your property and needs. One option that is quite popular for those who want to maximize energy efficiency is spray foam insulation, which is an extremely effective product. It works well for both new construction and insulation upgrade projects, and our team at 31-W Insulation can install it at properties located throughout the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.
As its name suggests, spray foam insulation is sprayed into a wall cavity, where it can expand to fill the available space. It comes in two types: open cell and closed cell. Both types can seal cavities and cracks by penetrating the openings and expanding, but open-cell foam is a bit more flexible while closed-cell foam features cells that are completed closed up for enhanced stability. Our technicians can install both types of spray foam insulation for our valued clients and also advise you on the best type for your situation.
Our company has been in business for decades, and we have a firm grasp on the insulation industry. We’re able to make recommendations that can boost the R-value of your property and install high-quality insulation products that hold up and perform well. When installing spray foam insulation, we use products from Johns Manville, Demilec USA, and Icynene, which are some of the top brands in the industry. Our technicians follow all manufacturer indications to ensure that the spray foam performs properly and provides the airtight seal needed to enjoy improved energy efficiency.
Right here in Oklahoma, we also offer spray foam insulation in Oklahoma City. 31-W is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas & Kentucky.