Greenstamp works with several types of foam on the market. We are certified to spray foam insulation from manufacturers like, Coribond(c), Demilec(c), and Gaco Western Foam Systems. We will evaluate and recommend the best product for your project’s specific need or requirement.
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Spray Foam Insulation Spray Foam Insulation is a versatile material and proven solution to a variety of construction challenges like: Creating of a complete air barrier Controlling moisture and condensation Stopping rodent and insect intrusion Preventing mold Inhibiting ice formation Eliminating squeaky building components Reducing convective currents in walls or attics Reducing outside noise […]
Spray foam insulation is a spray-applied liquid plastic that expands many times its size. It is commonly installed as insulation and air or moisture barriers. Also known as spray polyurethane foam (SPF), spray foam is durable and maintains its physical properties over time. SPF has been used for over 60 years and is an extremely […]
Return on Investment. It’s the best investment you’ll ever make. Air leakage is responsible for up to 40% of your heating loss. Imagine spending less than a $1000 to have a professional crew come in and, in half a day with no mess, reduce your heating and cooling bills by up to 32% (or 80% […]
1. What’s the difference between open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation? Answer: The raw materials of both types of foam are nearly identical. The main difference between them is how dense they are (or, how much we fluff up the material during the spraying.) The closed cell foam is the denser formulation […]
How would you like it if I told that I could make your home more comfortable? Engineers have a secret society (ASHRAE) in which they create standards for the rest of us. They’ve got standards on everything you could imagine. Each standard tries its best to define goals using measurable quantities. I’m not an engineer, […]