Superior Energy Efficiency: SPF insulation systems lower heating and cooling bills an average of 40%, and in some cases as much as 60%! (Individual results may vary. Source: Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance)
Prevents Air Infiltration: Studies have shown that as much as 40% of a building’s total energy loss is due to air infiltration.
Increased Structural Integrity: Closed cell SPF adds structural strength and glues a building together, thereby making it more resistant to racking events, such as hurricanes and high winds.
Green/Sustainable Building Material: SPF is exceptionally eco-friendly and, in addition to its energy efficiency, reduces a structure’s carbon footprint.
Helps Reduce Moisture & Mold: SPF works to reduce moisture infiltration, the source of potentially dangerous mold and mildew growth.
Design Flexibility: Whether it’s an angled, curved, arched and/or sloped ceiling or wall, SPF insulation systems conform to oddly shaped spaces, filling gaps and cavities to create secure air barriers.
Tax Incentives: Numerous federal, state & local tax incentives exist for green building products.
Life Cycle Cost Benefit: Traditional fiberglass insulation settles overtime, decreasing its R-value. SPF doesn’t breakdown, offering energy savings for the life of the building.
Increased Resale & Lease Value: Energy efficient buildings command higher rents and occupancy rates.
Contributes to LEED Points: Incorporating SPF in your construction project can make significant contributions to certification goals.