Spray Foam Insulation

The ultimate in comfort and efficiency for your home, our spray foam insulation can reduce your energy costs while keeping you snug all year round.

Our  polyurethane spray foam forms a better seal in your attic, walls, and basement, increasing the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems by preventing any leakage. This means the air you’ve paid for stays inside – and the weather stays out. In addition, our spray foam insulation will increase the value and structural integrity of your home, making it an investment that pays big dividends over time.

Spray foam is great for cracks and crevices that can’t be sealed with traditional insulation. The foam can seal all spaces inside your structure, eliminating drafts. Spray foam doesn’t absorb water, either – so you don’t have to worry about mold.

Here are just a few of the structures that can be improved by the addition of polyurethane spray foam insulation:

  • Walls & Ceilings
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Attics
  • Flat Roofs
  • Cathedral Ceilings
  • Undersides of Floors
  • Garages

Is Spray Foam Insulation the Right Choice for Your Home or Building?

Most insulation experts would agree that spray foam is the best-performing, and most energy-efficient insulation available. While its upfront cost is more than other insulation options, spray foam quickly pays for itself by drastically reducing energy bill costs.

Here are few more indicators that your home would benefit from insulating with spray foam:

  • Your energy bills are too high
  • You have mold, vermin, or insect problems
  • Your home is drafty
  • Your furnace and air conditioner don’t seem to be working as well as they once did
  • Some rooms in your home always seem to be warmer or colder than others

The Energy Savings Outweigh the Upfront Cost

As you evaluate which insulation solution is right for your home, you’ll likely consider your budget as one of the major deciding factors. The cost of foam insulation varies, and typically depends on the following factors:

  • Spray area
  • Desired thickness or R-value of the spray foam
  • The amount of masking or cover up needed
  • How much shaving and clean-up is needed (tolerances)
  • Degree of difficulty

Contact us today to get an accurate quote from an Insta-Insulation Smart Comfort Advisor.

Once you’ve identified what it will cost to insulate your home with spray foam, we recommend that you then consider the savings on energy costs, as well as the overall return on your investment before making a final decision.

After all, nearly 40% of the energy lost in a home or building can be attributed to air leaks and gaps that could easily be fixed by insulating with spray foam. By insulating with spray foam, home and building owners can eliminate those leaks and gaps, thereby reducing energy bills by as much as 20%.

With that kind of savings, insulating your home with spray foam will pay for itself in just a few short years. In addition, insulating your home with spray foam increases its resale value, increasing the return on your investment even more.

Insulate Your Home with Spray Foam Today

If you’re ready to enjoy the energy savings that come with insulating your Ontario home with spray foam, contact Insta-Insulation today for a free, accurate quote.

Insulthane Extreme 2lb Medium Density Sprayfoam

Insulthane® Extreme is a performance engineered 2lb closed cell foam insulation system. Designed for residential, commercial, industrial and institutional use. Insulthane® Extreme is a next generation spray foam insulation that provides improved thermal performance with a strong focus on environmental impact. Insulthane® Extreme has an ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) of 1. This represents a 99.9% reduction compared to HFC alternatives. This means our next generation of foam offers a non-ozone depleting high performance insulation.

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The forgotten area of your home – your attic insulation

The forgotten area of your home could be could be a costly mistake. Your home’s Attic should be inspected every couple of years. Here are a few key things to look for when inspecting an attic and attic insulation.


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