Spray Foam Insulation

Whether your latest project is new construction, or a building or home renovation, spray foam insulation is the ideal choice to ensure that your client’s attic is air-tight. Spray foam insulation offers incredible R-Value, making it a logical choice for the best in energy-efficiency. At Insta-Insulation, our spray insulation of choice is polyurethane spray foam.

It’s no secret that Ontario winters can be downright harsh, and that can lead to frigid attic temperatures without air-tight insulation. By having spray foam insulation installed in your client’s attic, you’ll be able to seal even the hardest-to-reach spaces, effectively stopping any air from leaking out. Preventing air from leaking out means that the attic will maintain a constant temperature without putting any additional stress on the furnace.

Spray foam insulation will make your clients’ homes more comfortable for them while also saving them money on their energy bills every month. It can pay for itself in as little as 3 years, which makes it an even more attractive insulation option.

It’s not just about comfort and efficiency, either. Our spray foam insulation is also the smart choice for safety. It doesn’t absorb moisture, so your clients don’t have to worry about mold – and you won’t have to worrying about paying for mold removal either should the insulation be exposed to the elements.

In addition, spray foam insulation also serves as a barrier to vermin and insect infestations, which can cause nightmares for you as the contractor, and also the home or business owner. Lastly, it will help to eliminate drafts and temperature changes in the building or home, which means your clients will benefit from eliminating the need to overwork their furnace and air conditioner.

Spray foam insulation has one of the highest R-values per square inch of any insulation material, making it the ideal choice for any building that requires freezers or controlled atmosphere storage. By stopping air leakage, it gives the building owner total control over the building’s internal temperature. This also makes it economically competitive, as it allows your client to keep their home or workplace safe and enjoyable without greatly impacting your bottom line.

If you’re looking to install spray foam insulation in your new construction or renovation project, let Insta-Insulation help you determine the best insulation solution for your client’s individual needs. Contact us today for your free quote – you’ll be amazed when we show you what a difference polyurethane spray foam insulation can make for your new construction or renovation site!

Official Insulation Contractor for Bryan Baeumler Canadian Home Builders' Association Ontario Home Builders' Association Over 10 years service with Mike Holmes



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