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Spray Foam Insulation

Building a new energy-efficient home that is also affordable can require a great deal of thought and careful planning, but smart homeowners, architects, and builders know that the best choice for insulating new homes is spray foam insulation.   We offer Green Guard Gold certified products and they pass California’s strict 1350 for low or no VOC’s.  Go Green Insulation’s spray foam is the easy choice for efficiency and comfort!

How is Spray Foam Insulation different?

Spray foam is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to fiber insulations, such as fiberglass or cellulose. While other insulation systems may seem cheaper upon first glance, they don’t compare to spray foam insulation’s superior energy efficiency, when you understand how R-values and air barriers can impact your monthly energy savings. Just think of the last time you used an Igloo cooler or similar cooler, there is only about 1 inch of spray foam and it keeps your pop cold for a long time, in some instances up to multiple days. Spray foam insulation can help homeowners like you save more money on monthly energy bills. That means more money in your pocket, and less for the power company or the gas/oil company. Another benefit is builders and home owners can use smaller HVAC units to achieve the same level of comfort when heating or cooling of residential or commercial buildings saving you money on equipment cost.

Go Green Insulation’s spray foam products use zero-ozone-depleting blowing agents and emit no VOC’s (volatile organic compounds). Our spray foams reduce the impact on the environment by using renewable resources (Soy and Vegetable oils) and recycling plastic waste in our foams. Spray foam insulation improves indoor air quality by creating an impervious air barrier against pollen, pollutants, and dust, making it a perfect choice for those who suffer from allergies, asthma or chemical sensitivity. Spray Foam Insulation has excellent sound reduction properties putting a muzzle on unwanted noise up to 80%. Go Green Insulation’s spray foam insulation will make your home more efficient, comfortable, healthier, and quieter!

Go Green Insulation Sprays Two Types of Foam Insulation:

Closed Cell Foam:

Closed cell foam is a high density rigid foam that forms to a hard surface, and has an R-value of R-6.9 per inch of thickness. Closed cell foam is sprayed in liquid form it expands 40 times its initial volume. Closed cell foam provides a moisture barrier and vapor barrier as well as an air barrier. With closed cell foams high R-Value it is the perfect choice for building renovations where there may be shallow stud or rafter depths. Closed cell spray foam is very suitable for basements and crawlspaces where the potential for dampness and moisture may be present. Closed cell foam can also increase the structure strength up to 300% of the structure it is being installed in.

Perfect Choice for:

  • Exterior House Walls
  • Basement Walls
  • Attics
  • Floors
  • Conditioned Attics/Cathedral Ceilings
  • Under Radiant-Heated Floors
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Conditioned Crawl Spaces
  • Foundation Exteriors
  • Metal Buildings
  • Under Concrete Slabs
  • Swimming Pools Enclosures/Buildings
  • Wine Cellars
  • Cold Storage/walk in coolers
  • Storage Tanks
  • Potato & Onion Storage Buildings

Open Cell Foam:

Open cell low density foam is a light and soft foam with an R-value of R-3.8 per inch of thickness. Open cell foam is sprayed in liquid form and expands 120 times its initial volume. This rapid expansion ensures that the foam will reach and insulate all cracks, crevices, gaps and any voids found in wall, floor and roof systems. Another benefit of open cell foam is it is soft and pliability and will twist and turn with the structural members as they dry out over time, thus keeping its insulating and air sealing abilities.

Perfect Choice for:

  • Exterior House Walls
  • Basement Walls
  • Attics
  • Floors
  • Conditioned Attic/Cathedral Ceilings
  • Under Radiant-Heated Floors
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Conditioned Crawl Spaces
  • Metal Buildings
  • Wine Cellars
  • Cold Storage
  • Sound control for theater rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and laundry rooms
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