Icynene minimizing moisture and reducing the risk of mold and mildew. The foam when applied expands quickly and will fit the space it is applied. the smallest of spaces and won't deteriorate over time. The foam created an airtight seal which will prevent moisture in and stop condensation.
Spray Foam offers the promis of draft free energy-efficient home. Spray foam expands up to 100 times its original size and is used to fill your homes cavities and empty pockets creating barrier to draft and damp. Health benefits are also associated with spray foam insulation and can assure improved indoor air quality, a reduction in airborne toxins and spores, a marked noise reduction - not to metion an outstanding fire rating resulting in overall healthier home.
As long as you are choosing a wuality trademan and the foam installation is appied coreectly the insulation and its effects will last for many years to come.
Save up to 50% on energy bills & increase your home’s value
The spray foam is a water blown product meaning no smell lingers after installation.
The foam expands 100 times in 4-12 seconds after being applied. With proper ventilation, you can use the room 24 hours or less after installing.
Icynene is made of polyurethane and is used for insulating roofs, lofts, walls, floors and much more. It is made from completely recycled material that does not contain any harmful gases, toxic chemicals or synthetic blowing agents, making it an eco-friendly solution for new and existing buildings
Spray Formula is applied by our technicions as a liquid. Icynene® expands to 100 times its volume in seconds to fill every crack and crevice while remaining flexible so that the integrity of the building seal remains intact over time.
Icynene’s spray formula has an R-value of 3.6 per inch. It acts as a complete insulation and air barrier to minimize air leakage, and seal the building envelope for optimal airtightness.
Spray Formula is comprised of Polyurethane refers to a class of polymers composed of organic units joined by carbamate links. In contrast to other common polymers such as polyethylene and polystyrene, polyurethane is produced from a wide range of starting materials and is therefore a class of polymers, rather than a distinct compound.