If the attic of your home is lacking sufficient insulation, it can cause a variety of problems, such cold or hot spots in the living area of your home and an increase in the cost of energy use. Insulation is important in keeping the temperatures of your home comfortable. A Spray Insulation Seaside Heights is an expanding foam that is used to fill cracks and crevices. Cellulose sprayed foam can also be used to provide a protective barrier between the wall studs and ceiling.
Cellulose is also a type of foam spray that can be applied in large areas. Once the foam has been sprayed and begins to cure, it expands almost 100 times thicker than it was when initially sprayed. Cellulose foam is excellent for sealing air leaks in the attic flooring, roof boards and between the studs. Once the foam cures, it provides a completely air tight seal to prevent air from coming in or leaking out. This type of insulation is very beneficial, especially in attics of older homes or an attic that is accessed through pull down hatches.
Spray insulation does not deteriorate as quickly as fiberglass or other batt types of insulation and it does not create a problem with dust or other insulation materials that may be released into your living area. When spray foam insulation is used, it also creates a sound barrier, which is ideal for those who intend on finishing the attic area. Once the foam has cured, it has a resistance to moisture that prevents the risk of mold and mildew. The preparation required for applying spray foam Spray Insulation Seaside Heights typically requires making sure there are no items in the area being sprayed.
All boxes and other personal items should be removed from the attic until after the foam has been sprayed, in order to avoid accidentally getting the foam on them. The chemicals in spray foam can be toxic if breathed in while spraying, so it is important to hire a company that specializes in spray insulation and an experienced technician will be familiar with where to spray the foam as well as the recommended thickness. Once the foam has dried, the technician will trim areas, such as over entry ways or windows.