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Spray Foam Insulation

Improve the comfort of your house

Spray Foam Insulation is a distinct insulation and sealing substance. The product is used on-site, conforming to the surface to which it is applied while the tight building envelope produced by this application procedure increases energy efficiency.

Spray foam is adaptable and can be used to cover wall cavities, exterior walls, attics, crawl spaces, and little gaps and cracks all around a house. Spray foam solutions can reduce air infiltration and air movement throughout the house, which lowers energy consumption, reduces the entry of allergens and pollutants, and improves the comfort of the house.

Conforms to the unique characteristics of your home

On-site application of spray foam is done with a liquid that foams as it is applied to the structure. This enables the foam to grow and block off every crevice in your house. Spray foam allows you freedom and creativity in design by easily fitting into tight spaces or intricate structures like dome ceilings.

Make your home more comfortable

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam reduces drafts and maintains the same temperature throughout your home.

Increase the structural integrity of your home

Reduced maintenance expenses and added building strength can be achieved with spray foam, resulting in fewer roofing system repairs. Spray Foam is also a critical structural component of a house in areas that suffer from high winds, tornadoes and hurricanes.

Improves indoor air quality

Your home can be sealed with spray foam to keep allergies and moisture out of the interior of the structure.

Insulate and seal your home from leaks

Your home's conditioned air won't leak outside if it is properly insulated and air sealed, which can leave a homeowner to expect savings in energy costs of up to 30% annually.


Spray foam works well as an air barrier and an insulator (sealant). Your home will be more energy-efficient if you use spray foam. Smaller HVAC equipment can be used in more energy-efficient dwellings, increasing savings.Your home's conditioned air won't leak outside if it is properly insulated and air sealed, which can leave a homeowner to expect savings in energy costs of up to 30% annually.


  • Closed cell spray foam R-values start at 7 per inch
  • Spray foam expands as it is applied to seal common gaps and cracks in a home
  • Open-cell and closed-cell spray foam and spray foam sealants function as air barriers

Frequently Asked Questions

It is, to put it simply, “insulation plus sealant”. Spray polyurethane foam insulation serves as insulation, an air barrier, and, in some situations, a vapour barrier. It is a stiff cellular plastic with over 95% closed cells. Any building’s comfort levels will increase and energy expenses will decrease thanks to spray polyurethane foam insulation.

To some extent, all manufactured materials will off-gas. The CAN/ULC S705.1 Material Standard-compliant medium-density spray polyurethane foam is the only building product that has undergone occupant testing.

Medium-density spray polyurethane foam insulation can only be installed into buildings by trained, certified, and licensed installers, ensuring expert and reliable installations. The SPF Quality Assurance Program is used by the Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association Inc. to educate, accredit, and licensed installers.

The installer must be employed by a Licensed Contractor who is in charge of making sure all CAN/ULC S705.2 Installation Standard criteria are met as well as all safety and building code requirements are followed.

  • Continuous, seamless, no joints
  • Can fill cracks, voids and holes
  • Adheres to wood, metal, concrete, masonry, and almost all plastics
  • Almost totally impermeable to air
  • High insulation value
  • Durability and long service life
  • Can be sprayed overhead, doesn’t sag
  • Speedy, quick set, installation
  • Doesn’t settle
  • Only thermal insulation which is tested for VOCs
  • Can be used as a water barrier
  • Foundations
  • Crawl spaces
  • Walls
  • Header spaces
  • Roofs
  • Ceilings
  • Interior walls
  • Can be used as the primary air barrier material
  • Can be used to connect other building materials together