The Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

The proper amount of Georgia Insulation in a building can significantly lower energy bills, make a home or commercial property feel more comfortable and improve indoor air quality. Having the right insulation installed during construction helps save money over the lifetime of the structure, making it well worth investing in.

Why Choose Georgia Insulation for Spray Foam Insulation?

The main function of spray foam insulation is to seal the building envelope and close the nooks and crannies that allow air to escape. This makes it much easier for heating and cooling systems to maintain a consistent climate in the building, which can reduce monthly utility costs by up to 50% right away.

Because of the air seal, spray foam insulation also blocks the entry of airborne pollutants like dust, dirt, pollen and other allergens from outside. This can make a building healthier to live in, and it can help cut down on the frequency of cleaning and changing HVAC air filters.

Whether closed or open, spray foam insulation is a great choice for new construction because it adheres to building codes for energy efficiency and a comfortable living space. In Georgia, a building’s insulation requirements depend on the zone in which it resides, and they can be found in the 2015 IECC with amendments by the state to create the Georgia State Minimum Standard Energy Code.

Closed cell spray foam is a better option because it creates an effective vapor barrier, meaning that it won’t promote the growth of mold and mildew in wall cavities. However, it can be more expensive than open-cell spray foam.

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