Insulation: Blown In Foam

Blown-In Foam, Spray Foam and and Foamed-in-Place (Cementitious, Phenolic, Polyisocyanurate, Polyurethane)

Greenguard Product Emission Standard LogoBlown In Foam insulation is effective because of the air pockets that are generated between the segments of wool that form the foundation of the insulation. The wool on its own in any insulation form, is never sufficient. Insulation always needs air pockets to provide r value benefits. It is the combination of the wool plus air that manages the heat exchange in the treated space.

Technology both by the insulation manufacturers, such as Owens Corning and CertainTeed, and by the blower machine developers, have made blown-in insulation a real solution to owners of existing homes who wish to add insulation. Where as inferior products have been known to 'settle,' whereby the insulation benefits dwindle, the products and methods used by Thermal Barriers Inc will NOT settle and will provide energy efficiency improvements for the life of your home.

Blown In Foam is one of the most popular products on the market because it works so well. For home owners in New England, this is an extremely effective way to add insulation and can usually be completed in one day. Plus, as holes are made to the exterior of your house, there is barely any disruption to your house or routine as the insulation is added.

Contact us for a free quote to evaluate what options make the most sense for your home.

Spray Foam. If you are interested in spray foam specifically, we will refer you to EcoLogic, a highly skilled, reputable company.
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