Spray Foam Insulation Toronto

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The Leaders in Spray Foam Insulation

Years ago, spray foam insulation in Toronto was a rarity— yet nowadays Home Insulation acts as a pioneer in the Spray Foam Industry. The leading–edge technology of Low Density and Medium Density Foam will make spray foam insulation faster, better, and more convenient than ever before. Foam insulation works through undergoing an incredible process when applied; the foam, within seconds, expands to 130 times of its initial volume, filling all of the available space, and eliminating all possible air leaks.

The foam boasts high R-Value, excellent air–sealing properties, and is non–allergenic and toxic free, making it exceptional in its insulation capabilities. Home Foam excels in filling unusual shapes or nooks and crannies that contain obstructions such as ductwork, pipes and electrical components. The cured foam will not sag or settle over time, providing a top–level thermal performance that prevents mold, fungi, insects and rodents as well as boasting notable sound isolating and vibration elimination abilities. Simply put, Home Foam does it all—in a way faster, better and more convenient than previously thought possible. It truly is the next–generation product for virtually all insulation applications.

Home Foam is the superior home insulation product of the future. Inquire about Home Foam, the leading spray foam insulation in the GTA today, from Home Insulation—the very best in home insulation services.

Spray Foam in MISSISSAUGA and the Greater Toronto Area is the fastest growing, leading edge form of insulating systems on the market. With higher Thermal Values (RValues), excellent air sealing properties and a greater durability, Spray Foam has become the greatest choice in construction of your home. Whether it is a new build, exterior walls, garage ceilings, basement renovation, crawlspaces, attics, slopped ceilings or flat roofs, spray foam is the future of insulation. With drastic changes being made daily in today’s world regarding energy conservation, spray foam is the best choice a home owner, contractor, renovator or builder can select to increase the worlds push for a greener planet. Spray foam alone can cut down a households consumption of energy by at least 50%, in turn saving money and the world.

Low Density

Low density spray foam is classified as having an open cell structure, creating a lighter, semi flexible and softer applied product. This simply means that within the plastic foam structure are millions of tiny air bubbles creating a product that falls into the industry category of HALF POUND FOAM or 0.5lb per cubic foot. Low Density spray foam is ideal for creating comfort within the home, while maintaining a strong focus on air sealing, thermal resistance and sound absorption. Rated between R3.6-3.9 per inch and expanding to as much as 130 times its original volume, Low Density spray foam is ideal for Garage Ceilings, Interior and Exterior Walls, Theatre/Entertainment Rooms, Libraries/Offices, Children’s Playrooms and any separation wall. It can meet the building specifications within the residential, commercial, and industrial industries.

Medium Density

Medium density spray foam is classified as having a closed cell structure, creating a heavier, semi-rigid, harder applied product. This simply means that within the plastic foam there are almost no air bubbles creating a final product that falls into the industry category of TWO POUND FOAM or 2.0lb per cubic foot. Medium Density spray foam offers the highest levels of density, thermal resistance, and vapor permanence for spray foam application in the residential, commercial, and industrial building sectors. Rated between R5.7-R6.5 (LTTR- Long Term Thermal Resistance) per inch and expanding at a much slower rate than Low Density spray foam, Medium density spray foam is ideal for basements, crawlspaces, attic ceilings, unvented attics/flat roofs, storage facilities, barns, cottages or any area with high moisture content.

Frequently Asked Questions

1 If I have my home re-insulated, are there any grants available?
2 Why is attic insulation so important? How does it differ from other types of insulation?
3 What is meant by the term R-Value?
4 How is insulation environmentally friendly?
5 Is it possible for my attic to be too hot? Can this affect the insulation in my attic?
6 I am planning a home renovation. How should I factor insulation into my plans?
7 What is ice damming?
8 What are the most important areas of my home to insulate?
9 What is vermiculite and is it a problem?
10 What is a vapour barrier and why is it important?