Closed cell spray foam insulation is most commonly used for exterior applications, such as attics, walls, and crawlspaces/basements.
While open cell spray foam insulation has its benefits, for the majority of applications, especially exterior areas such as walls, attic, and crawlspace/basement areas, the clear solution is closed cell spray foam insulation. At Cape Fear Foam LLC, we have been using both products since our inception in 2006, because we believe that spray foam insulation is the superior choice for residential and commercial properties.
Both systems of spray foam insulation offer significant advantages over fiberglass batts. These include the ability to fill gaps and oddly shaped cavities, plus the ability to retain its shape over extended periods of time and adverse conditions. We utilize closed cell spray foam insulation for added benefits, including providing a vapor barrier, offering structural reinforcement, ability to prevent water from entering your structure, and that less product is needed to achieve the intended R-value.
With our years of experience, we are in the best position to recommend the right spray foam insulation for your Wilmington, North Carolina project. If you are looking to lower your energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint, eliminate wood floor cupping, enjoy a healthier indoor air environment, eliminate access points for pests and insects, reduce damage from rain, and eliminate cold or hot rooms, we are confident you’ll enjoy these and other benefits with installation of closed cell spray foam insulation.
We work with builders, homeowners, and other property owners looking for the longest-lasting solution for insulative and other benefits. Call us today to schedule a consultation and receive a free estimate and answers to all your questions about our company and the superior spray foam insulation products and services we have to offer.
At Cape Fear Foam LLC, we offer closed-cell spray foam insulation for customers in Wilmington, Hampstead, and Jacksonville, as well as Pender County, New Hanover County, Brunswick County, and Onslow County, North Carolina.