Gonz Insulation – Save Energy and Lower Your Utility Bills With Spray Foam Insulation

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Spray foam insulation is a composite material formed when two chemicals (isocyanate and polyol resin) meet at the tip of a spray gun. When sprayed on walls and other surfaces, the chemicals immediately react to create a thick foam that fills spaces and forms an airtight barrier. This type of insulation can be sprayed in attics, crawl spaces, rim joists and any unfinished space in a new construction or existing home.

How Spray Foam Insulation Works

Not only does it prevent air leaks, but it also keeps moisture from seeping into areas like attics and crawl spaces where it could cause damage and mold. In addition, it stops polluted outdoor air from entering your home, which improves indoor air quality and reduces allergies.

The insulating properties of spray foam also prevent heat transfer between the outside air and your living spaces during winter days and vice versa during summer days. This saves your HVAC system a lot of work because it doesn’t have to use as much energy to keep your property at a comfortable temperature throughout the year. It’s no wonder why the Urethane Foam Contractors Association estimates that homeowners who have spray foam insulation can cut their energy costs by 50% right away.

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