Anchor Building Solutions has a wealth of experience installing commercial spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation. We’ve applied it in workshops, warehouses and agricultural sheds, as well as in new construction and industrial buildings. The benefits of spray foam insulation over fiberglass and other traditional forms of insulation are immense.
Reduced humidity and moisture, which can create mold, mildew and other problems that are damaging to machinery
Reduced energy costs
More consistent, comfortable indoor temperatures
Better air quality and a healthier environment for employees
Reduced noise levels
Environmentally friendly formulas that include no CFCs, formaldehyde, or ozone depleting agents.
Workshops, warehouses and agricultural sheds present trouble spots for traditional insulation. Holes and cracks can leave drafty spaces and create inconsistent temperatures and varying humidity levels, all of which can have a long-term impact on your building.
Spray foam insulation expands to fill gaps and cracks, leaving behind a hard surface that resists settling and structural degradation. It can also reduce rust, corrosion, noise, and greatly extend the life of your building. Spray foam is also resistant to damage by birds and rodents.
When spray foam insulation is applied on the inside of the wall panel of a building, it has an extremely high R value, it has been shown to dramatically increase the racking strength in steel and timber frame buildings, in some instances has been specified to prevent wind uplift in commercial roofing systems.
On the outside of the building it can be used as a combined vapor and air barrier system and is recognized as such when applied to the American Air Barrier Association standards. It can also be used below grade for the insulation of basements and foundation.
It does not emit VOCs or hydrocarbons and has a proven track record over the last 20 years.
Spray foam insulation has rapidly gained popularity with homeowners. It provides valuable benefits that include energy savings, along with protection from moisture damage, condensation, mold and bacterial growth. By keeping moisture from entering the home, it also inhibits rust formation on HVAC equipment, duct work and appliances, making them last longer.
The experts at Anchor Building Solutions specialize in spray foam insulation for new home construction, additions, and renovations. It’s easy to apply and affordable when walls and studs are exposed. Spray foam insulation also can significantly reduce the extra heating and cooling costs associated with new additions, while keeping the new area at a more comfortable temperature.
Because we understand the building process from the ground up, we can work with you or your contractor to determine how much Spray Foam Insulation is needed and where. Contact us today for assistance with spray foam insulation for next new home construction.