Flatland Roofing & Insulation – Cost of Spray Foam Insulation

Flatland Roofing & Insulation has a lot of benefits for your home, new build, or pole barn, but it can also come with a higher price tag than fiberglass or cellulose. Some people are worried about the cost and end up turning to other insulating options that do the job, but are less expensive.

One factor that can affect the cost of spray foam is whether you choose open or closed cell spray foam. Closed-cell is physically stronger and does a better job of insulating a space, but it’s more expensive than open cell spray foam.

Why Choose Spray Foam Insulation? Insights from Flatland Roofing & Insulation

Another thing that can increase the cost of spray foam is the prep work needed to get it installed. This includes removing any old insulation in the area to be sprayed and making sure that the surface is clean so that the spray foam can adhere to it. This could take a few hours in an attic or crawlspace, but for a newly built home or large pole barn, it might take up to two days.

The energy savings that are made with spray foam are worth the extra investment. It will keep your home or business more comfortable in hot North Carolina summers and freezing winters, reducing your energy usage and costs. It also creates an airtight seal, so you won’t have to deal with clogged HVAC air filters that restrict the flow of heat and air and increase your utility bills.

Plus, it will reduce your airborne toxins and pollutants, blocking out irritable dust, pollen, mold, and other allergens, making your home healthier for you and your family. And finally, it reduces noise penetration by up to 80%, making your home quieter and more relaxing.

Flatland Roofing & Insulation
706 Elm Street Po Box 102, Hartley TX, 79044

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