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AccuSeal Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation provides a more thorough energy solution, as it seals and blocks the flow of air around electrical outlets, light fixtures, door frames and other areas that can be sources of drafts. Unlike other insulation materials, such as fiberglass batts, cellulose and adobe, spray foam insulation will not settle over time, and can be used to insulate walls, ceilings, attics, rim joists, crawl spaces, and basements.

Using an advanced formula, the Accufoam product line was developed to withstand harsh climates and high humidity while maintaining superior performance. The spraying process and the curing process of spray foam can generate large quantities of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). For this reason, it is important for homeowners to be away from their homes during these times, and to use full face and respiratory protection during application. The VOCs will dissipate quickly after the spraying and curing processes are complete, typically within 1-3 days.

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Closed-cell spray foam insulation will increase your initial installation costs by 10 to 15 percent, but you can expect a return on investment with energy savings in the long run. Additionally, there are low-GWP blowing agents available that eliminate the need to use HCFCs and HFCs in spray foam insulation, which is important to many green building certification programs.

Regardless of the type of spray foam insulation you choose, it is important to work with a certified installer. It is also a good idea to consult with an independent surveyor prior to the installation of spray foam insulation.

AccuSeal Spray Foam
27 N Main St, Newport, NY 13416, United States