Spray Foam Insulation in Dallas
One of the most versatile and energy-efficient insulation methods available in the industry today, spray foam insulation offers advantages for savings, energy efficiency and a greener environment.
Dallas home and business owners may be throwing money out the window if they are not equipped with adequate insulation. Improperly sealed buildings and areas with cracks and crevices permit unwanted air flow that adds an extra strain on heating and cooling systems that result in unnecessarily high utility costs. Save on energy costs with a qualified inspection from the experts at Smith's Insulation.
Our insulation specialists install state-of-the-art foam insulation for Dallas residential or commercial properties. Spray foam offers optimal value and is also safe for the environment.
What Is Spray Foam Insulation?
Spray foam insulation is a type of insulation, as the name suggests, that is sprayed on in varying levels of thickness depending on your Dallas home or business’s specific heating and cooling needs. It was first developed in the 1940s by the military and applied to airplanes. It wasn’t until the 1970s that it started being applied to homes.
There are a number of different systems that can be used to apply spray foam insulation in your Dallas home or business, but the most common ones are the two component high- pressure system and the two component low-pressure spray foam. The high-pressure system is generally used in new constructions, whereas the low-pressure is primarily reserved for remodel jobs where drywall is already in place.
As far as your insulation options go, spray foam often makes the most sense. It’s extremely effective at its job and it also can lower construction costs and meet stringent building codes.
Do I Need Spray Foam Insulation for my Home or Office?
If you are wondering if spray foam insulation is the way to go for your home or business, ask yourself the following:
- - Are your heating, cooling and utility costs unusually high?
- - Is heat and air conditioning distribution uneven?
- - Have you experienced problems with mold in your basement or other areas within your property?
- - Have you ever had a problem with insects, vermin other pest problems that can be linked to cracks and crevices?
If you've answered yes to any of these questions, call Smith's insulation for a free assessment!
FACTS ABOUT SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
Spray foam acts as a vapor barrier that prevents condensation and unnecessary energy loss. Smith Spray foam insulation does not absorb water and seal offs off cracks where pests can invade your property. In addition, spray foam protects hard to reach areas that are often inaccessible with the application of other forms of traditional insulation. Ceilings, walls, attics, flat roofs, garages, floor undersides and a range of other remote or hidden areas can now be completely sealed with Smith Insulation in any Dallas home, commercial building, office warehouse, hospital or hotel.
Myths About Spray Foam Insulation
Even though spray foam insulation is commonly used around the Dallas area, residential and commercial clients alike have strange preconceived notions about it, which makes them think twice about taking advantage of this cost-effective and efficient insulation material. The Smith Insulation team frequently has to explain all kinds of misconceptions about spray foam insulation. In order to clear the air, allow us to dispel a couple of the more common myths regarding spray foam insulation we encounter on a regular basis.
Polyurethane Spray Foam is Toxic
We completely understand why clients think something polyurethane spray foam is a toxic substance, but that’s merely an assumption and there’s no truth to back it up. Polyurethane spray foam, despite the ominous sounding name, is really just a form of altered plastic with millions of tiny trapped gas bubbles. Although it has been treated to be thermal resistant and durable, the base material is completely inert. It’s the exact same as the foam pillows you rest your head on at the end of a long day, the seat cushion inside your car or any water bottle you use to quench your thirst. So, if you are worried about polyurethane spray foam insulation hurting your indoor air quality, you might want to rethink some of your other habits.
Spray Foam Insulation Is New and the Effects of it Are Unknown
Completely false. It’s been around since the Second World War and has been insulating homes and businesses since the 1970s. So, if there were any undesirable side effects, they would have been detected by now. Since its introduction, it is regularly used in:
- - Bedding
- - Flooring
- - Clothing
- - Household appliances
- - Electronic equipment
You have our professional guarantee that it is not a harmful substance and will successfully keep your home or business comfortable in any weather.
Anyone Can Install Spray Foam Insulation
By this logic, anyone can fix your car’s transmission or perform open heart surgery. Learning how to install spray foam insulation takes a training if it’s going to function properly. If you want to avoid insulation problems in the near future, trust the professionals at Smith Insulation to install it for you.
Benefits of Spray Foam
Reduced Energy Costs
- - More Efficient Energy Consumption
- - Increased Air Quality Comfort
- - Maximum Durability
- - Air Tightness
- - Superior Structural Strength
- - Quality Assurance Guarantee
Offering an overall superior performance when compared to fiberglass insulation, foam insulation was developed from an advanced formula that effectively solves the challenge of unwanted airflow and reduced insulation efficiency. A product for today's green conscious individual, spray foam insulation is easy to install and more cost effective than old fashioned insulation which has also been linked to health hazards.
Spray foam insulation applications completely seal off and isolate the interior areas of any Dallas property from the outside in. In addition, spray foam is free of toxins and consists of a combination of eco-friendly features designed to outlast the usual lifespan of many other types of insulation while offering improved energy performance!
Our trained team of experienced installers adhere to all strict industry standards and guarantee your satisfaction and safety. Call us today for an estimate!