Spray Foam FAQs
Is Spray Polyurethane Insulation Compliant with Building Codes?
Yes, it can be found under the category of Foam Plastic.
Can a Building Owner Apply Polyurethane Foam Insulation?
This wouldn’t be advisable. This type of application can be difficult to apply since it requires difficult equipment and a qualified installer who has received the appropriate training to properly install it.
Are Windows Ok to Have in an Unvented Attic?
Yes. There is a section in the building code that allows for this. Windows in a conditioned attic are like those in a house. There are holes in the insulation. They allow energy transfer through them that have to be made up by the cooling and heating system. It’s best to move them or cover them up from inside before insulating them.
Can I rent the Equipment to Install Spray Foam?
We wouldn’t recommend it. Besides, the equipment needed for the installation of spray foam is not for rent. It has to be installed by qualified installers. Besides, the installation of spray foam is not as easy as it might appear, which is why not everyone can rent the equipment needed to perform the job.
Can I Use Closed-Cell foam Under My Roof Deck?
Yes, closed-cell spray foam can be used under your wood roof deck. However, the right type of decision is important, especially in areas where the climate is often cold. You can discuss the design options with the installer before having the work done.
Should You Get Spray Foam
Believe it or not, not every property will benefit from spray foam. It is why it is so important to rely on a reputable service provider to discuss it with them before having the work done. There are some environments where it simply will not offer you the benefits you are hoping to receive. However, this doesn’t mean that pray foam isn’t still a great option. However, it just may not be great for you. When you rely on Fairfield County Spray Foam, we will always perform an inspection and find out about any building codes. We can advise you as to whether this is a good option for your property. In most cases, it is a great option. However, we must be transparent and forthcoming in letting you know that it may not benefit your property, as is sometimes the case.
We recommend that you contact us today to discuss your options for spray foam. When you do, we will go over some of the pros and cons that are important to your making the best decision possible. Our complimentary consultation doesn’t come with strings attached. You are not obligated to use our services just because we have provided you with information about spray foam installation. However, it is certainly in your best interest to use our reputable services, as we are also the preferred insulation company in Fairfield. It will become obvious to you why our services are preferred to many of the others in the area. Call for your consultation today.