Whether it is new construction, a renovation or a retrofit job, spray foam can be a great investment in your home. With its many applications and cost efficient methods, there are many ways in which it can improve the strength and durability of your home.
While spray foam roofing is used primarily in commercial applications, some regions of the country with low slope or flat roofing can use spray foam roofs to increase the home’s air seal and decrease the home’s energy usage. California has some of the highest energy costs in the country. Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) may help Californians save on energy costs.
How it Works: Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation
Live demonstration of why spray polyurethane foam insulation (SPF) is a powerful building insulation material with a unique ability to fill the gaps and holes that can be difficult to seal. Air leaks waste up to 40% of the energy used to heat and cool a single family home.
Tax Credits, Rebates and Incentives
Spray foam can be a great money-saver by helping to lower energy bills through reducing air leaks and improving your home’s energy efficiency*.
Spray foam is a powerful insulation material with a high R-value and air barrier properties that give it the unique ability to fill the gaps and holes that could be difficult to seal.
Spray foam may qualify you for tax credits or rebates.
Savings vary. Find out why in the seller’s fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power.
Applications of Spray Foam
Additional Spray Foam Resources
Helpful Practices for Installation of SPF
Learn about the variety of helpful practices that aid professional installers use SPF effectively.
Trained Professional Contractors
Find out how a trained professional can help when choosing spray foam.