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Two-Part Spray Foam Insulation In Connecticut

Two Part Spray Foam Insulation Connecticut

Most homeowners understand that upgrading insulation levels is a surefire way to cut the cost of heating and cooling. But what many people don’t realize is that sealing air leaks is just as important as adding insulation to improve home energy performance. "Fluffy" insulation like cellulose and fiberglass can’t stop air movement, but spray foam insulation can. With spray foam insulation, you can seal air leaks and add insulation in a single step. The R-value of standard 2-part, closed-cell spray foam is high –at least R-6 per in.

During the application process, spray foam turns from a liquid into a foam that expands rapidly and sticks to all the materials it contacts. Then, in just a minute or two, the foam hardens into a thick, stable, insulating coating that won’t shift, settle or compress over time. Spray foam costs more than other types of insulation, but its superior sealing and insulating qualities make it a smart choice in many applications.

2-part foam is applied by insulation contractors

2-part spray foam is different than the single-component (1-part) foam that’s sold in pressurized cans at hardware stores and home centers. The "2-part" designation means that the foam is created by combining two liquid compounds right at the application nozzle. The resulting chemical reaction turns the liquid into rapidly expanding foam, while also generating heat.

Specialized equipment and protective gear are required when applying 2-part foam because potentially harmful outgassing takes place during and after the application process. If you’re hiring an insulation contractor to do a large-scale application of 2-part spray foam, make sure the contractor has a significant amount of experience with this insulating technique. It’s usually necessary for a home’s inhabitants to be out of the house when a large-scale application (such as an entire attic or home addition) is happening.

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Serving CT including the Greater Bridgeport area
Cities in Fairfield County, CT
Bethel
Botsford
Bridgeport
Brookfield
Cos Cob
Danbury
Darien
Easton
Fairfield
Georgetown
Greens Farms
Greenwich
Hawleyville
Monroe
New Canaan
New Fairfield
Newtown
Norwalk
Old Greenwich
Redding
Redding Center
Redding Ridge
Ridgefield
Riverside
Sandy Hook
Shelton
Sherman
Southport
Stamford
Stevenson
Stratford
Trumbull
Weston
Westport
Wilton

Cities in Hartford County, CT
Avon
Berlin
Bristol
Burlington
Collinsville
East Berlin
East Hartford
Farmington
Glastonbury
Hartford
Marlborough
New Britain
Newington
Plainville
Plantsville
Rocky Hill
South Glastonbury
Southington
Unionville
West Hartford
Wethersfield

Cities in Litchfield County, CT
Bantam
Bethlehem
Bridgewater
Canaan
Cornwall Bridge
East Canaan
Falls Village
Gaylordsville
Goshen
Harwinton
Kent
Lakeside
Lakeville
Litchfield
Morris
New Hartford
New Milford
New Preston Marble Dale
Norfolk
Northfield
Oakville
Plymouth
Roxbury
Salisbury
Sharon
South Kent
Terryville
Thomaston
Torrington
Washington
Washington Depot
Watertown
West Cornwall
Woodbury

Cities in Middlesex County, CT
Centerbrook
Chester
Clinton
Cromwell
Deep River
Durham
East Hampton
Essex
Haddam
Higganum
Ivoryton
Killingworth
Middlefield
Middletown
Moodus
Old Saybrook
Portland
Rockfall
Westbrook

Cities in New Haven County, CT
Ansonia
Beacon Falls
Bethany
Branford
Cheshire
Derby
East Haven
Guilford
Hamden
Madison
Meriden
Middlebury
Milford
Naugatuck
New Haven
North Branford
North Haven
Northford
Orange
Oxford
Prospect
Seymour
Southbury
Wallingford
Waterbury
West Haven
Wolcott
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