What Is Spray Foam Insulation?
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Keystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation is often a mysterious and unfamiliar type of home insulation. We receive questions about it weekly from customers that want to learn more about this energy-efficient and environmentally friendly option. South Central Services is here to help you understand what this material is, what it’s used for, and how it works.

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Spray Foam Insulation is Made of

Unlike fiberglass or cellulose, spray foam insulation is comprised of polyurethane, a plastic created through a chemical reaction between two liquid chemicals, known as the A-side and B-side. It is applied as a spray and expands to fill the space it’s being sprayed in. This allows for excellent coverage and seals nooks and crannies that aren’t as easy to reach with traditional insulation materials.

This material acts as both insulation and an air barrier, reducing air infiltration that causes your energy bills to rise with changing seasons. In fact, spray foam can reduce air movement by up to 80%, making your property more comfortable and efficient.

It also helps to repel pests and rodents, as it doesn’t give them a food source or place to hide. This is a major benefit, as mice and other unwanted visitors can be dangerous to your health and can cause significant damage to your property.

Whether you’re converting an attic, re-insulating an existing basement or crawl space, adding to your roof, or weatherizing your garage or shed, spray foam can be the ideal solution for your project. However, it’s important to hire a professional contractor who is trained in the proper application of this durable and versatile insulation.


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Keystone Premier Spray Foam Insulation
8 Azalea Dr, Windsor, PA 17366, United States
717-501-3718