3 Great Reasons to Choose Spray Foam Insulation

April 6, 2017 adamb@evidently.com


3 Reasons to Choose Icynene

Insulation is a part of your home that you likely don’t spend much time thinking about, mostly because you can’t see it. All the same, how it performs its job can be a crucial factor in how much you enjoy your home. Not all types of insulation materials are created equal, however. You may not even be aware of all the different sorts of insulations: spray foam, cellulose and fiberglass are three of the most well-known materials used. So, why choose spray foam insulation like Icynene? Here are three reasons:

Energy Efficiency

Most people don’t realize that, in order to achieve real savings in your monthly heating and cooling bills, your insulation not only needs to be of optimal R-value, but it should also help limit air from escaping your home. Icynene spray foam is able to do exactly that, by creating an effective air barrier, wherever it is applied.

Controlling Unwanted Noise

One of the most unexpected annoyances in some homes is being able to hear everything that is happening in the next room. Icynene’s line of high performance soft spray foam insulation products (also known as open cell spray foam) can help dampen airborne sound transmission, such as plumbing or television sounds, so your whole family can enjoy a quiet home.

Reducing Drafts

A home with a draft problem is a challenging home to live in, come winter. Icynene can help to reduce drafts in the home by expanding to 100 times its initial size upon application, thereby helping to limit air movement out of your home. 

Find a licensed Icynene spray foam contractor near your city, to discover more reasons to choose Icynene.

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