What Spray Foam insulation can do?
St. Louis Area Spray Foam Insulation Contractor Specializes in Retrofit Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Spray Foam has great R-value and superior air sealing capabilities. Air sealing you home will stop air leakage and make your home more comfortable in any climate. If you’re looking to maximize your energy savings and reduce your heating and cooling costs then you should consider air sealing your home today. While Foam Spray Insulation is by the far best insulator it is also very expensive. It’s easier & more affordable to install during your initial construction but it’s entirely possible to use Spray Foam insulation in your existing home without sending a small fortune.
Insulating your existing home with Spray Foam insulation
Most Spray Foam insulation contractors specialize in new home construction. This is because it’s easier to install then. Since they charge a per square foot price they can cover a lot of area fast which makes them a ton of money. When they insulate a newly constructed home with Spray Foam insulation they can do it in less then a day and have the ability to make thousands of dollars. Established homes that have already been constructed have a unique set of problems. For these applications, spray foam insulation can be used but the contractor must have special training in order to do the job right and make your home more energy efficient.
The St. Louis Insulation Difference
St. Louis Insulation is a BPI certified insulation contractor. This means that they have the knowledge and experience to help you get the most out of your insulation investment. The other insulation contractors in the Saint Louis area will use cookie cutter methods that might not necessarily work for your situation. Our company is different because we make targeted improvements to your building envelope. We identify and treat your homes most inefficient areas and plug or fill those gaps with Spray Foam insulation. This allows you to utilize the air sealing capabilities of spray insulation without applying it to areas that won’t help you reduce your heating and cooling costs.