Commercial construction projects can present challenges to architects and contractors, some involving insulation, air sealing or sound dampening. These issues can be addressed with the use of spray foam systems.
As our world gets more energy-conscious, one of the key phrases is “Building Envelope,” which is the system of components that battles against movement of air, moisture and heat. As one of the most efficient insulation materials available, spray foam will provide excellent insulation in lesser thicknesses than other insulating materials. However, the R-value of the insulation system is no longer the sole factor in energy conservation. Air movement and moisture control must also be taken into consideration. Spray foam is expandable foam that will completely seal any gaps and crevices preventing air infiltration, moisture infiltration, as well as the intrusion of dirt and pollutants from the outdoors. In addition, large gaps and crevices are easily filled with polyurethane spray foam. Spray foam can be used to seal HVAC penetrations through wall junctions.
Consider spray foam insulation for new construction and retrofit of commercial buildings – offices, universities, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, retail outlets, warehouses, health care facilities, airports, sports centers.