Day: May 18, 2024

Keystone Premier Spray Foam InsulationKeystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation

Insulation Contractor has a very high R-value, ensuring it is an effective choice for many residential homes. This high R-value allows the insulation to seal the building envelope, stopping air leaks that drive up energy costs. It also helps the heating and cooling system work less hard to maintain comfortable temperatures.

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Many people want to know what spray foam insulation is made of and how it works. At South Central Services, we get this question weekly from homeowners interested in insulating their homes and pole barns with spray foam. The short answer is spray foam is a form of polyurethane, a plastic made from two liquid chemical components that undergo a reaction to create the plastic foam. The technical name for these chemicals is isocyanate and polyol blend.

In addition to providing an excellent R-value, spray foam is a weather barrier that prevents outside moisture and air from coming in and keeping the home warm and dry throughout the year. It also serves as a deterrent against mold, reducing the potential for mildew and other allergens to grow in your home.

Spray foam insulation can be sprayed into basement rim joist, crawl spaces, overhangs (or cantilevers), knee walls and bonus rooms – areas where the most air escapes and drives up energy bills. When selecting the right spray foam insulation for your home, look for products that are low GWP or use HFOs as primary blowing agents. For example, BASF Walltite CM01 or Genyk Boreal Nature are low GWP spray foam insulation options that can help reduce your home’s carbon footprint.


Keystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation
8 Azalea Dr, Windsor, PA 17366, United States
717-501-3718