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Spray Foam Insulation in Decatur, Illinois


Spray foam insulation is the modern choice in home insulation. If you want to improve the R-rating (how well your insulation or other barriers resist heat) of your home and reduce air leakage, consider spray foam insulation. Our experts provide top-notch insulation services to ensure the best performance of both open-cell or closed-cell foam insulation.

Why should I choose Spray Foam Insulation?


Spray foam insulation seals better than other types of insulation. It has a higher R-rating, or thermal resistance rating, than most other types. This quality insulation has an R-value thermal resistance of six per inch, which is substantially higher than most other types of insulation on the market today.

 Spray foam is easy to install in places like your attic, basement, and crawl space. If you want to reduce your heating costs, you should insulate these areas in your home. It doesn’t take much to conserve heat in the whole house by spraying foam insulation in these hard-to-reach places. Even if space is tight, we can fit our sprayer in your basement, crawl space, or attic to make sure you’re not dumping money on unnecessary heating expenses.


We offer Open Cell Foam and Closed Cell Foam


We offer both open and closed cell spray foam products.  If you're looking for the most effective insulation available for energy performance, we recommend closed cell foam because it provides a superior air and moisture barrier.  Open Cell Foam is a more affordable option, while still providing air sealing capacity and an R-value that beats nearly every other insulation product on the market.
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Spray Foam Insulation in Your Attic

One of the most efficient ways for Central Illinois families to save money on heating and cooling costs is by insulating their attics.  The attic is one of the easiest parts of the home to retrofit, and spray foam is a great product to accomplish the job.  Fiberglass and Cellulose neglect to stop air movement, which means that heat will still be allowed to escape through the attic, making your home less energy efficient and less comfortable. We can help you save money and boost energy efficiency by properly installing spray foam in your attic.

Spray Foam Insulation in Your Basement

Concrete has an R-value of only R 1/2 for every 4", which allows a lot of air to escape reducing your homes energy efficiency.  Typical foundation walls are only 8" thick, which means that uninsulated basements only have an R-value of R1.  Adding Spray Foam Insulation to your basement is an excellent way to defer heat loss and enhance comfort levels of your Central Illinois home.

Spray Foam Insulation in Your Crawl Space

Crawl spaces are often ignored when it comes to home ownership, which means they also tend to get out of control.  From an energy efficiency standpoint, the crawl space is an integral part and should not be ignored.  Extreme temperature differences can lead to marked heat loss, as well as random heat gain.  Stopping air movement with spray foam insulation is the best solution available to solve the problem.

Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation


High R-Value
Spray polyurethane foam has an R-value (thermal resistance) of approximately 6 per inch of installed insulation, making it one of the highest performance insulation products on the market. This means that your home will be warmer, and less drafty, even in conventionally framed construction.

Air Sealing
Spray polyurethane foam fills all the cracks and gaps within the cavities that it fills, creating an effective barrier to air leakage.  This makes it a far superior product to fiberglass batts.  Spray foam reduces drafts and prevents infiltration of moisture and harmful gases.

Reduces Moisture and Mold
Moisture is less likely to enter your building once it's been insulated with spray polyurethane foam because of its superior air sealing properties.  This reduces the risk of mold, rot, and structural damage that accompany water infiltration.

Want to install the highest R-value insulation on the market?
Get in touch to learn more about using spray foam in your home or business.  A member of our team will contact you shortly.