Effective Injection Foam Insulation
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It’s Never Too Late to Improve Your Home Insulation
Bryars Spray Foam is your trusted resource for injection foam insulation throughout west-central Alabama. Our injection spray foam uses proven revolutionary technology to deliver excellent performance, safety, comfort, and durability. Our injection spray foam is the best choice for wood, vinyl, and aluminum-sided homes, as well as brick stucco or block.
Injection foam insulation is also known as injected foam or injectable foam insulation. This new type of insulation is becoming popular among homeowners who want to make their homes more comfortable and less expensive to heat and cool.
Injectable spray foam insulation is not the same as expanding spray foam, even though the two materials look alike. Furthermore, injectable spray foam provides excellent sound isolation, making it perfect for environments like apartment buildings and houses that are very near to each other.
WHY CHOOSE US?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
At Bryars Spray Foam, we try to help our customers by educating them. Below are some of the commonly asked questions we hear from our clients.
What is the difference between spray foam and injection foam?
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray 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.
Unlike spray foam, you don’t have to leave your home when the application is being made, since there is no odor emitted by injection foam. Furthermore, it is a product with low shrinkage and ultra-low odor.
Injection foam provides a great experience and makes your entire structure more comfortable. This method is being used in environments such as studded walls and cathedral ceilings. It is also used in insulating concrete block walls in commercial applications like big box stores and residential retrofit block/stucco walls.
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.
Areas We Serve
Bryars Spray Foam proudly serves Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. If you are looking for a reliable spray foam insulation company in this area, trust only the professionals from Bryars Spray Foam. We provide high-quality services at the best prices!
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.