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According to Energy Star, it is estimated that commercial buildings account for around 18% of the nation’s energy use and nearly 18% of greenhouse gas emissions.

Spray foam insulation can play a major role in helping a commercial building become more energy efficient. Including spray foam insulation specifications for commercial buildings can be a rewarding exercise for both the client and the design firm.

Including specifications for spray foam insulation in hospitals and healthcare facility projects can prove to be rewarding for both designers and their clients.

Architects and designers with current hospital or healthcare facility projects can aim to create energy efficient designs that can perform over the long-term. When it comes to determining the insulation specifications for hospitals or healthcare facilities, several aspects should be considered.

Hospitals and healthcare facilities are complex hubs with an array of various activities occurring at any one time. Paramount to medical staff is the optimal care for their patients. The modern technologies and procedures found within a hospital or healthcare warrant equally modern surroundings. Architects with hospital projects can look to spray foam insulation as one of the best options that can provide long-term benefits to hospital patients and staff.