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Spray Foam insulation: Why it's worth it

Upgrading your home insulation  to spray foam insulation like Icynene is an investment well worth it. There are so many immediate and long-term benefits that the price of spray foam insulation will quickly be earned back. Here are four reasons to invest in Icynene:

1. Home heating and cooling efficiency. Spray foam insulation, which acts to both air seal and insulate buildings, helps your house to become more energy efficient. Sealing air leaks caused by gaps and cracks in your walls eliminates a major source of wasted heating and cooling  can result in a monthly savings of up to 50%^ on heating and cooling bills. Homes stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

2. Eliminating drafts. A major source of discomfort in the colder months, an air seal on your home will mean an end to the drafts that have you bundled up more than you need to be.

3. Reducing noise transmission. Whether it’s a particularly noisy old plumbing system, or kids that play video games constantly, or even ambient noise from the street, Icynene spray foam insulation is a great choice to help minimize airborne sound transmission.

4. Help preventing moisture buildup. When you choose Icynene spray foam insulation to air seal your home, the amount of moisture able to pass through and begin to build up in your home can be quite nominal.

The benefits of upgrading the existing insulation in your home to help it become more efficient and comfortable for your family make it well worth the investment. Choosing spray foam insulation like Icynene will help you accomplish just that.

Contact your local spray foam insulation contractor to find out what you need to do to make your home more comfortable.


^ Savings vary. Find out why in the seller's fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power.

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