Leading NC Energy Efficient Spray Foam Insulation Service
Add comfort and value to your home with energy efficient insulation service from Cape Fear Foam LLC of Hampstead, North Carolina. We use safe, recycled insulation to maximize your savings. Unlike fiberglass that can grow mold and fall apart, our insulation is guaranteed to last the life of your home.
In addition to lowering your energy bill, our high-end insulation reduces dust by up to 60% and triples the structural integrity of your home. In short, Cape Fear Foam LLC makes your home healthier and stronger while simultaneously saving you money. When we’re done with the job, we ensure your home or office is cleaner than it was before we arrived. Start saving money with the best team to install spray foam in the region.
How our Spray Foam Installation Works
We basically glue the whole house together using an advanced, two-part liquid material. The liquid fills all cracks and crevices so no moisture can pass through the insulation. Closed cell spray foam insulation has the highest “R” value on the market today.
Types of Spray Foam Insulation
Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation
Open cell spray foam represents a significant advancement on traditional insulation techniques, such as brown cellulose or fiberglass. Open Cell Foam works by creating a seal that keeps conditioned air inside the building. Open Cell Spray Foam is almost highly efficient in keeping out pollen, dust, and other air-borne pollutants. A welcome secondary benefit of cell foam is its remarkable soundproofing quality, which makes it a wonderful material to enhance home theaters, and prevent sound leakage between rooms.
Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation
Closed Cell Insulation finishes to an extremely dense state, helping to strengthen roofs and structures by as much as three times their original state. For this reason, Closed Cell has become popular in Hurricane Zones, such as the Eastern Carolinas. In addition, Closed Cell Foam forms an air-tight seal that acts as a barrier to moisture. With a vast reduction in heat loss, this leads to huge savings on energy bills, and a far more regular temperature that makes the building a much more comfortable environment.