FEMA recommends the use of spray foam insulation in coastal homes because of its flood-resistant nature.
Spray foam insulation in your basement will protect the rest of your home.
The choice is obvious; fiberglass insulation soaks up water, spray foam insulation stands up against water and is recommended by FEMA
George Spanos, President of Spray Foam Distributors of New England writes this piece for an industry magazine.
Building Science Digest outlines the benefits of unvented roofing assemblies and how such assemblies can help you reduce your energy costs.
Information from the Spray Polyurethane Foam Association on “moisture vapor evaporation” and the importance of having a barrier to prevent it.
Building Science explains the importance of an air-tight home and this is one of the core components of a Comprehensive Home Assessment that our team conducts.
We are honored to be a contractor with this program and recommend it to all home owners looking to lower their energy costs and do something for the environment too.
This program helps homeowners finance energy efficiency improvements through their monthly utility bill.