New Wisconsin high school features Icynene spray foam insulation for energy efficiency
As part of the School District of Prescott’s long-term strategic mandate to reduce ongoing operating costs through the inclusion of energy efficient building materials, the new $28 million high school in the town of Prescott featured Icynene spray foam insulation in a continuous insulation application.
In designing the new educational facility, the architectural team at Bray Architects worked closely with local Icynene representatives to understand how a continuous insulation application was a faster, cost effective and superior option over the traditional rigid board choice. Closed cell spray foam insulation offers a four-in-one solution: continuous insulation, continuous air barrier, a water resistive barrier and a vapor barrier.
Watch the video below to discover how Icynene spray foam insulation was used in a continuous insulation application in the new high school in Prescott and how it can help the energy efficiency of the building.