It Makes Sense To Use Spray Urethane Foam Insulation


When it comes to choosing the insulation material insulation for your house, there are many different options to choose from. Each type of insulation that’s available has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. No matter which type of insulation you ultimately use, it must be installed properly and enough used to get the results and value you'd like. Whether you use spray urethane foam, baffles, blown cellulose, or rigid foam, cost will one of the determining factors when you make your choice.

There are several distinct advantages to using spray urethane foam. Not only is it energy efficient, it's also very affordable. It's easy to install whether you are doing a retrofit, new construction, or insulating an existing construction. It is ideal for use on stairs, loft, or roof areas. Even though the initial investment may be higher than some of the other insulation types, it will save you money over the long run because of its efficiency. Depending on the type you use, you may be able to get an Energy Star Credit, which saves you even more money. Properly insulating your home is one of the best ways, aside from using solar energy, to save money on heating your home.

Spray Urethane Foam

Today, there is a type of spray urethane foam insulation available that is made from soy beans and considered to be green or environmentally friendly. This product contains none of the chemicals that contribute to the depletion of the ozone. This alone is a very good reason to consider this type of insulation on your home. Additionally, it is considered to be one of the healthiest insulation options.While spray urethane foam serves as an air barrier, filling all the nooks and crannies, it's also an excellent sound insulator. It also helps keeps dust and pollen outside, where it belongs. The somewhat rigid layer it creates adds additional strength to the structure. Unlike some of the other kinds of insulation, spray urethane foam won't settle and lose its R value.

When spray urethane foam is used to insulate an attic, it gives you more usable space in the area because it uses less space than other insulation options. It will help keep attic temperatures at safe and reasonable levels, and helping the fans make it a bit less hot up there.

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Posted 1095 days ago
I have a tiny house. Sort of. It is actually an old treval trailer that I gutted and have been rebuilding from the inside out. I also have those dual axle fenders and they are not so sturdy and nice as the ones in THIS tiny house! I solved the cold problem by cutting 1/2 inch polystyrene to fit the fenders in two layers glued together. I then cut 3/4 inch plywood to make tight fitting covers over the blue polyboard insulation. So far. seems to have been a good fix. Naturally, if you are in a colder climate, you can make the insulation as thick as is needed. Your project is particularly inspiring to me, as I want to build an actual tiny house, but lack the money for all new supplies. I like how you have re-purposed much of your lumber. Plus, it improves, rather than detracts from, the overall beauty. Good work!
Christina
Posted 1097 days ago
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Posted 1098 days ago
And the price was right. And shipping was fast. So what more can you except from grey foam? Well, the glue edge is pretty much non-functional we had to resort to duct tape. and they really darken the room a lot by blocking out all light around the unit. HOWEVER they do insulate well enough when installed properly.
Adrian
Posted 1100 days ago
Not really. The abiltiy to attenuate sound energy is found in the fact of dampening devices. Sound energy must be absorbed. Since itis propagated through the air the best way to do it is to capture it. That is done in many ways but themost common and economical way is to PLUG all holes to seal out the entrance of sound energy carring air (a single sheet of alumiinum foil will not do that) and then to INCREASE the mass of any material that will retransmit or amplify the sound energy, like a metal car door panel.By placing a self adheasive high mass material (like lead) onto a sheetmetal panel you increase the mass of the panel and its abiltiy to attenuate the noise. The sound energy is dissapated into the mass and is converted into heat energy and dissapated into the surrounding metal panel and eventually into the air where the heat is carried away.Lead is a good, but NOT practical material for sound attenuation. There are products available at auto stereo stores that will make for a good sound dadned using the principals I outlined here.
 

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