Why should you consider spray polyurethane foam insulation or roofing for your home, office, or warehouse?

  • Spray foam’s high density, closed-cell insulation completely seals and conforms to any size, shape, or space thus stopping all air leaks.
  • Spray foam insulation will never degenerate overtime. It never settles, shrinks, compresses, or sags, thus maintaining its insulation efficiency for the life of the home.
  • Spray foam insulation provides a moisture barrier and is specially formulated to inhibit mold, mildew, and bacterial growths within the insulation.
  • Spray foam insulation has excellent strength to weight ratio and can be used to strengthen walls, roof, and just about anything.
  • Spray foam insulation’s closed cell structure provides a barrier to outside noise pollution.
  • Spray foam insulation will pay for itself by reducing the energy consumption of your building.

White Urethane, Inc. has been a leader in spray-in-place polyurethane spray foam insulation systems since 1976.

Polyurethane foam insulation is a highly versatile, closed cell, spray-in-place foam insulation with outstanding air barrier and moister barrier qualities. It has a number of significant advantages in that it conforms to oddly shaped spaces, filling gaps and cavities to create an air barrier.

Spray polyurethane foam, commonly referred to as SPF is a spray-applied insulating foam plastic that is installed as a liquid and then expands many times its original size. Spray polyurethane foam can be adjusted and have many different physical properties depending on the use desired. For example, the same basic raw materials that can make insulation foam semi-rigid and soft to the touch also creates high density roofing foam that is resistant to foot traffic and water.

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Our company has had great success in the use of this outstanding insulation product in the insulation of commercial and industrial applications such as tanks, vessels, metal buildings, cold-storage facilities, homes, etc. The use of polyurethane spray foam insulation in residential, commercial and industrial applications is limited only by the imagination of the specifier.

Tanks and Vessels

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) can be used in a variety of different applications, one of those is tanks and vessels. SPF can be a solution for cold vessel insulation for products such as wine, chemicals, and soft drinks. It is excellent to store products that need controlled temperatures. SPF systems are perfect for these type insulations because of the superior durability and ease of application.

Spray Polyurethane Foam can also be used for hot/warm vessel insulation. If there is a need to maintain temperature control and/or viscosity levels of chemicals or other liquids, SPF fluid-applied systems and protective coatings offer superior performance.

Commercial Wall Insulation

When Spray Polyurethane Foam 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.

Residential Wall Insulation:

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation is rigid, lightweight, flexible, wind resistant, and effective in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. SPF insulation has the highest R-value per square inch of any commercially available insulation material.

Total Comfort Control, Not Just R-Value

The building envelope is a system of construction components which protect against the uncontrolled movement of: heat, air, and moisture.

The true performance of your building envelope can not be measured with the R-value of the insulation alone, but must also consider air movement, moisture control, health, safety, durability, comfort, and energy efficiency.

This is true whether your building is commercial, residential, or multifamily: SPF addresses all these needs in both new construction and improvements to existing structures.

With years of experience we are dedicated to meeting the insulation needs of our many clients where urethane foam is the insulation of choice.

Energy Efficiency

According to a 2002 US Department of Energy report, heating and cooling costs amount to 50-70% of the energy used in the average American home. With the costs of heating and cooling going up, this is a concern of most home and building owners. Most of us know to turn off the lights to conserve energy but don’t think to look to insulate our homes/buildings to more efficiently heat and cool them.

Builders and architects are now turning to spray polyurethane foam (SPF) to curb these problems. SPF is one of the most efficient insulation materials on the market today for roof and wall insulation, insulated windows and doors, and air barrier sealants.

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