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Spray Foam Insulation

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By choosing TruFoam, you'll be saving energy, saving money, increasing value in your building.

Why Spray Foam?

Energy Efficiency

Spray foam insulation can help reduce heating and cooling costs by providing an effective barrier against air leaks and drafts. By sealing gaps and cracks, it prevents air from escaping or entering your home, making it more energy-efficient.

Moisture Control

Spray foam insulation can help prevent moisture buildup and condensation, which can lead to mold growth and other moisture-related issues. It also helps prevent air from carrying moisture into your home, keeping it dry and comfortable.

Noise Reduction

Spray foam insulation can help reduce noise transmission, creating a quieter and more peaceful living environment. It can also help reduce noise from outside sources, such as traffic or neighbors.


Spray foam insulation is known for its durability and long lifespan. Unlike traditional insulation materials, it does not degrade or settle over time, providing consistent and reliable insulation for years to come.

Foam Insulation

How Spray Foam Works?

Spray foam insulation works by expanding and filling gaps and crevices in a building's walls, ceilings, and floors. There are two types of spray foam insulation: open-cell and closed-cell.

Open-cell foam is made up of tiny foam cells that are not completely closed, allowing air and water to penetrate. It is less dense and has a lower R-value than closed-cell foam. Open-cell foam is typically used in interior walls and ceilings where sound dampening is desired.

Closed-cell foam is made up of tightly packed cells that are completely closed, making it denser and more rigid than open-cell foam. It has a higher R-value and provides a better barrier against air and water infiltration. Closed-cell foam is typically used in exterior walls, roofs, and foundations.

The application of spray foam insulation involves spraying a two-part mixture of chemicals onto a surface. The two chemicals react when mixed together and expand rapidly, filling in any gaps or voids in the area. The foam then hardens and dries, creating a strong and durable insulation barrier. The installation process typically requires professional expertise and specialized equipment to ensure proper application and safety.

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