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Eco-Friendly Spray Foam Insulation


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HD Spray Foam is one of the best ways to insulate a home. It is a combination of chemicals that expands when it comes into contact with air, and it can fill the small cracks and crevices in any building envelope. As a result, it can boost thermal performance and reduce energy bills significantly. However, it is not the only way to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Air leaks around doors and windows, along with a lack of proper foundation insulation, also drain a home’s energy performance.

Fortunately, there are eco-friendly options for homeowners who want to make the switch to spray foam. Several manufacturers have developed spray insulation containing low-global warming potential (GWP) blowing agents. These are replacing the more common hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs. HFCs are a powerful greenhouse gas, hundreds or even thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide on a per-kilo basis.

Maximizing Energy Efficiency with HD Spray Foam Insulation

Both open and closed-cell spray foam can be environmentally friendly, as long as you choose a product that uses the new low-GWP blowing agent. These products are more expensive than those that use the traditional HFCs, but they can reduce your carbon footprint by 10 to 15 percent at a comparable cost.

The most important thing to remember when switching to spray foam is that it must be installed by a professional. This is because the chemicals used in the product emit large amounts of volatile organic compounds during the spraying and curing process. As a result, it’s best to vacate the home during this time, and use protective gear, including full-face masks, as required by the manufacturer.

HD Spray Foam
900 Pryor Ave, Pocola, OK 74902
(479) 856-5090

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