Dedicated Spray Foam Insulation Pros of Tuscaloosa County & Surroundings
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Bryars Spray Foam proudly offers the following services:
Spray Foam Insulation
At Bryars Spray Foam, we take the time to fully explain all your options when it comes to insulation. Spray foam insulation has two types, namely open-cell and closed-cell insulation. Our experts will discuss with you which type of spray foam insulation is best for your structure.
Whether the temperature is hot or cold outside, Bryars Spray Foam will make your home more comfortable and enjoyable. Our injected foam is a unique product that has a great R-value and offers the quickest return on investment.
We follow a thorough and proven process that guarantees to deliver a quality job every time. Our injected foam will greatly improve your home’s energy efficiency.
Crawl Space Encapsulation
Bryars Spray Foam has several options to help you preserve your crawl space and make your home a healthy place to live in. We offer crawl space encapsulation to seal out moisture in the air. We specialize in crawl space encapsulation using quality products.
Our technicians are ready to help you choose the best crawl space moisture control, waterproofing, and structural repair options for your home.
The Best Spray Foam Services Brought Right to You
Insulating your home or business is fundamental to maintaining the air flow in your property right. Spray foam insulation is a type of insulation that is used to insulate several structures. It is known to be the best type of insulation. It is commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial structures.
Spray foam provides quality insulation and helps in protecting the structure and the occupants that live or work inside of the property. Furthermore, spray foam insulation is a wonderful option when you are adding an outbuilding such as a workshop, pole barn, or garage.
Welcome to Bryars Spray Foam! We are a professional insulation company serving all types of structures since 2014. We provide spray foam insulation in west-central Alabama. Our technicians are well-trained and equipped with the latest tools and technology.
We know where exactly the heat escapes or enters your property and where the insulation should be installed to prevent this from happening. We take pride in our work and our customer service. Our goal is to protect our customers and their properties.
Our specialists know that there are building codes and guidelines in each area that must be followed and sometimes permits are required. We will work with you closely to make your insulation project go smoothly and successfully.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between spray foam insulation and blown-in insulation?
Spray Foam InsulationSpray foam insulation is usually made of polyurethane that’s applied as foam and expands and hardens as a solid. It creates airtight seals in wall gaps, particularly in the attics. Since spray foam insulation expands, it automatically conforms to the precise shape and dimensions of the area in which it’s being installed. Spray foam insulation can last for up to 80 years depending on the material being used. Since this type of insulation creates a strong seal, it’s one of the most effective solutions to blocking drafts and minimizing thermal heat transfer in attic spaces.
Blown-in InsulationIn contrast, blown-in insulation is a material made of fiberglass or cellulose. It is blown into cavities in walls to fill in the gaps in insulation. This method is perfect for attic spaces with nooks and crannies that are difficult to insulate due to their sizing and shape. Cellulose blown-in insulation is the most affordable option because it is made from recycled materials. Once it is installed, this insulation can last for up to 25 years.
When can spray foam be installed?
We suggest getting spray foam insulation installed in an attic, walls, windows, and any other areas where air can leak in and out at a time before the extremes of the hot or cold season. That’s why several homeowners prefer to have spray foam installed in the spring or fall when temperatures are mild and optimal for an effective and durable installation.
What are the pros and cons of Injection Foam Insulation?
- Extremely versatile
- Improves thermal insulation or for sound reduction from either inside the house or the exterior
- Several applications
- Non-expanding open-cell foam
- Installed exclusively in the enclosed cavities of existing walls
How is insulation installed in existing walls?
Generally, this is a project that requires the expertise of a professional spray foam contractor. To add insulation to an existing wall, holes are drilled between the studs of the existing walls. Then, spray foam insulation can be blown in to fill up the wall cavities. Lastly, the holes must be plugged up and refinished to match the rest of the wall.
What is crawl space encapsulation?
Crawl space encapsulation is the process of lining your crawl space with high-quality polyethylene. This creates a barrier that covers and seals the floors, walls, and in some cases, the ceiling of your crawl space. By crawl space encapsulation, you’ll reduce damage from moisture and keep unwanted pests at bay.
How do you seal a crawl space with a dirt floor?
The most important thing to do is to cut off the moisture supply to the air by laying down polyethylene directly on the ground. The standard 6 mil poly vapor barrier can do the trick. Seal all the joints as much as you can.
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Give Us a Call Today!
If you have any questions about our services or would like to request free estimates, feel free to reach us at (205) 576-5009. You can also send us an email at [email protected] and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Bryars Spray Foam proudly serves all properties throughout Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and the surrounding areas.