Our Types of Foam:
- Open Cell Foam – R value of 3.8 (per inch), Great Sound Absorption
- Closed Cell Foam – R value of 7 (per inch), Great Structural Strength Enhancer
We invite you to take advantage of our services:
- Free Estimate
- Energy Consultation – making your home or building energy efficient and more comfortable (new or existing)
- Foam insulation packages (new and existing)
- Resizing of HVAC unit
- Fiberglass insulation packages
- Conditioned Crawl Space
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- Completely Air Seals
- Fills all voids, seams, and conforms to the structural design
- Prevents condensation in walls due to air transfer
- Does not support mold growth
- Creates a more stable climate in the home/building – no cold/hot spots
- Seals so no air transfer which leads to dust, poor air quality, and pests entering home
- Acts as a sound barrier (better sound absorption qualities in open cell foam)
- Structural support (higher strength in closed cell foam)
- Helps preserve the Environment
- Improves Energy Efficiency
- Foams are water blown or soy based foams = Healthier foams
- Lowers size of HVAC unit
- Instant return on investment – money back every month
MOST IMPORTANTLY, OWNER COMFORT IS INCREASED
Truseal Insulation is dedicated to improving the comfort of both homes and commercial buildings in our region.
- Completely non-toxic (no HFCs, HCFCs, formaldehyde or asbestos)
- Safe for use with chemically-sensitive persons
- Reduces airborne dust and allergen infiltration
- Helps prevent mold and mildew
- Saves money and natural resources
- Allows for downsized HVAC equipment
- Significantly reduces airborne noise
Shouldn’t your building be safe, healthy, energy efficient and quiet? Contact us today.
Products and Brochures
*All products may not be available in all areas.
A premium grade open-cell spray foam insulation/air-seal that is water blown and contains no VOCs or CFCs. International Code Council (ICC) approved. Applications include, but are not limited to:
- Cathedral Ceilings
- Conditioned attics
- Wall Cavities
- Wood and/or Steel Construction
Glossary of Terms
Air Changes per Hour (ACH) An expression of ventilation rates – the number of times in an hour that a home’s entire air volume is exchanged with outside air.
Air barrier A layer of material resistant to air flow usually in the form of polyolefin (i.e. Typar®, Tyvek®, and other house wraps). A material which is applied in conjunction with a building component (such as a wall, ceiling or sill plate) to prevent the movement of air through that component.
Air barrier system The assembly of components used in building construction to create a plane of air tightness throughout the building envelope and to control air leakage.
AISI American Iron & Steel Institute
ALA American Lung Association
ANSI American National Standards Institute
ASHRAE American Society for Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
ASTMAmerican Society for Testing and Materials
Visit their website at http://www.habitatalc.org/ for more information on how to contribute to this idea.
Question & Answers
What is open-cell (semi-rigid) polyurethane spray foam insulation?
Open cell (semi-rigid) spay-applied polyurethane foam insulation systems (0.5 lbs/ft³) are made up of million of microscopic cells that simultaneously insulate and air-seal. They make residential and commercial structures more energy efficient, comfortable, quieter and less dusty. Open-cell insulation is applied as a liquid, which expands into a semi-rigid mass, automatically sealing off drafty areas such as baseboards, headers, sill plates, around windows, doors, electrical outlets, pipes, etc. It also minimizes uncontrolled air leakage throughout the building envelope (wall, ceilings, etc.), thereby reducing energy losses and the possibility of mold, mildew and premature decay.